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The stage is set for a fantastic final act
Sri Lanka has the individual talent to counter Australia's sustained attack

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We have a huge advantage over Lanka
The quest for higher goals is what has kept our hunger alive, writes GLENN MCGRATH

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Sanath Jayasuriya to play his natural game
Bridgetown: Sanath Jayasuriya, who didn't have a great final in 1996, will be a key wicket on Saturday for Australia. "As I am an opening batsman, I've always been a target," said Jayasuriya. "It is nothing new to me. I know how to handle such ...

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Either way, Lanka is set for a carnival
The hopes of millions of fans are tinged with optimism and anxiety

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World Cup will find a worthy winner
Whatever the outcome of the final, Australia has been the team of the tournament. Happily Sri Lanka has been the second best side and one of the few saving graces of a mostly portentous competition has been the manner in which the two leading ...

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`Biggest moment'
Bridgetown: Chaminda Vaas will be part of the early skirmishes should Sri Lanka bowl first on Saturday. Part of the Cup-winning side of 1996, the left-arm seamer is looking to put his experience to good use. On the World Cup final: As ...

Richards favours Sarwan as skipper
BRIDGETOWN: Batting legend Viv Richards has thrown his weight behind Ramnaresh Sarwan and said the 26-year-old middle-order batsman should succeed Brian Lara as West Indies' next captain. "Selectors must make a choice on a man who can draw ...

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Gaurav Ghei in joint third place
BEIJING: Gaurav Ghei played a gritty round to overcome putting problems and stay in contention for the title after the second round of the inaugural Pine Valley Beijing Open golf tournament here on Friday. Ghei returned an even par card, which ...

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