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Pathan brothers guide India to victory
Irfan Pathan and brother Yusuf put on an unbeaten 59 for the eighth wicket as India clinched a thrilling three-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the one-off Twenty20 international.
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SCHEDULE:
DateStart timeMatchVenue
Jan 281000 ISTFirst ODIDambulla
Jan 311430 ISTSecond ODI (D/N)Colombo (RPS)
Feb 31430 ISTThird ODI (D/N)Colombo (RPS)
Feb 51430 ISTFourth ODI (D/N)Colombo (RPS)
Feb 81000 ISTFifth ODIColombo (SSC)
Feb 101900 ISTTwenty20 InternationalColombo (RPS)
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Rediff Test rankings
India, SA vie for second place
Only India and South Africa look capable of challenging Australia for the top spot in Test cricket.
Rediff ODI rankings
India still fourth
Australia hold on to the top position, with New Zealand (63.16) and South Africa (61.54) behind them.




QUOTE HANGER

'The overall team morale is good. It's important to have good dressing room atmosphere and guys back each other and enjoy each other's success.

"Whenever I needed them they were there, whether I needed a batsman or a bowler [to perform]. So I dedicate this win to my teammates. Hopefully, we will continue to win more tournaments.

India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni after winning the ODI series.


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