CT 2013: Australia Vs Sri Lanka 12th Match Live Score card, Jun 17, 2013

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Published on: Jun 17, 2013

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ICC Champions Trophy 2013 12th Match Group A: Sri Lanka: 253/8(50 Ov); Australia: 233/10(42.3 Ov); Sri Lanka won by 20 runs. Live scores of Australia Vs Sri Lanka at London Jun 17, 2013.

ICC Champions Trophy 2013 12th Match Group A: Live scores of Australia Vs Sri Lanka at London Jun 17, 2013.

Match scheduled to begin at 13:00 local time (12:00 GMT, 5:30 PM IST).

Teams : Australia Vs Sri Lanka

Venue: Played at Kennington Oval, London

Time: 13:00 local time (12:00 GMT)

Toss: Australia, who chose to field first

Sri Lanka: 253/8(50 Ov)

Australia: 233/10(42.3 Ov)

Result: Sri Lanka won by 20 runs

Mahela Jayawardene is the Man of the Match: "It felt really good (to get to 11000), but winning this was the icing on the cake. We are playing hard and passionate cricket, but we need to enjoy the cricket. That has been the mantra of our success in the past and hope it continues in the future. Seniors have a responsibility and it is our job to help Angi out, that makes us a happy camp. We are looking forward to another tough match in the semi-final."

Last five completed games:

Australia: L W W W W
Sri Lanka: W L L W L

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Pitch report:

There were plenty of runs available at The Oval when England and Sri Lanka played there on Thursday and the forecast for London on Monday is for a cloudy day with the risk of showers.

Match Stats:

1.Sri Lanka have won six of their past 10 one-day internationals against Australia

2.Should Australia fail to progress past the group stage it will be the first time since 2000 that they have not reached the semi-finals of a Champions Trophy or ICC KnockOut
3.Kulasekara needs 19 runs and one wicket to become the fourth Sri Lankan to the double of 1000 runs and 150 wickets in ODIs, after Sanath Jayasuriya, Chaminda Vaas and Upul Chandana
4.Adam Voges has played Australia's past four ODIs, his longest consecutive streak of matches in a spread-out career spanning nearly six and a half years

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