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Thu 28 Mar 2013
00:07:00
Highlights of the third ODI between Sri Lanka and Bangladesh from Pallekele International Cricket Stadium.

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After his issues with concussion and the short ball, do you think Chris Rogers should play in the 3rd Ashes test?
If he has recovered, absolutely. Get back on that horse!
Nope, I think this is a career-ending flaw in his technique