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Sun 18 Nov 2012
Highlights of day two of the first test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand at the Galle International Stadium.

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Can the Proteas seal the series in the fourth ODI on Wednesday?
Yes, definitely
No, NZ will fight back and level the series