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Mon 17 Jun 2013
Highlights of the ICC Champions Trophy match between Australia and Sri Lanka from Kennington Oval.

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The Oval will not offer the same assistance to the Proteas' seam bowlers as they had at Trent Bridge. Can SA still force a victory in the third test starting Thursday?
Of course, SA also have Maharaj
I'd predict a draw
It will suit England better, and they will win