Has Sri Lanka ever won a Test series in Australia?
The Sri Lankan team won an ODI series against Australia in Australia in 2010….First Test series wins.
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How many test matches Sri Lanka won in Australia?
The teams have met only 13 times in Australia since Sri Lanka joined the ranks of Test nations and the home team has won 11 of those matches, the other two having been drawn.
How many test matches Sri Lanka have won?
As of 27 July 2019, Sri Lanka have played 283 Test matches; they have won 90 matches, lost 107 matches, and 85 matches were drawn. They have also won the 2001-02 Asian Test Championship, defeating Pakistan in the final by an innings and 175 runs.
How old was Muralitharan when retired?
Muralitharan, who retired from all international cricket on Saturday at the age of 38, provided the heartbeat of the Sri Lankan team after his test debut against Australia in 1992.
What is the highest total at the World Cup in Sri Lanka?
When did Sri Lanka win a Test match in Australia?
The Sri Lankan team won an ODI series against Australia in Australia in 2010. However, they are yet to register a Test match win and an ODI series win against India in India, as of 2017.
Which is the highest Test score for Sri Lanka?
Since then, they have played nearly 200 matches, against every other Test-playing nation. Sri Lanka holds the world record for the highest team score, which was established against India in 1997.
How many times has Sri Lanka defeated Pakistan?
Within usual major ODI nations, Sri Lanka have defeated Pakistan on 58 occasions, which is their best record in ODIs. The team have competed against 15 countries in T20Is, and have played 18 matches against Pakistan. Sri Lanka have defeated Australia 8 occasions, which is their best win record against opponents.
Who is the Sri Lanka Test wicket record holder?
Sri Lanka witnessed a unique record of having most Test wickets by a both right arm and left bowler, Muralitharan with 800 wickets and Rangana Herath with 433 wickets.