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Angelo Mathews

Angelo Mathews is a Sri Lankan cricketer who plays for the national team and also in the Indian Premier League. He is currently playing for the Sahara Pune Warriors franchise in the IPL.

Angelo Mathews was born on June 2, 1987 and made his international debut against Zimbabwe in November 2008.

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Sri Lanka names separate T20, ODI squads for Pak series
Sri Lanka has announced separate Twenty20 and one-day squads for the home series against Pakistan, which is scheduled to start next month.

Lankan all rounder Mathews ready to bowl in IPL
Sri Lankan all rounder Angelo Mathews has fully recovered from a calf injury, and has been given the thumbs up to bowl in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) by team physio Steve Mount and the team management.

Clarke to play for Pune Warriors in IPL
Australian captain Michael Clarke will play for the Sourav Ganguly-led team, Pune Warriors in this year's Indian Premier League to be held between April 4 and May 27.

Lankan all rounder Mathews to miss Asia Cup
Sri Lankan all rounder Angelo Mathews has been ruled out of the Asia Cup with a calf injury and returned home on Wednesday.

Sri Lanka lose first Commonwealth Bank final to Aussies by 15 runs
Sri Lanka on Sunday lost the first of three Commonwealth Bank series finals being played at The Gabba here against Australia by 15 runs.

Sri Lanka needs 322 to win first Commonwealth Bank final
Australia scored 321 for the loss of six wickets on Sunday, setting Sri Lanka a victory target of 322 in their allotted 50 overs in the first of three Commonwealth Bank series finals being played at The Gabba.

Rain plays spoilsport in first Oz-Lanka Commonwealth Bank final
Rain interrupted play in the first of three Commonwealth Bank series finals between Australia and Sri Lanka at The Gabba on Sunday, but did not stop the hosts from cruising to 162 for the loss of Mathew Wade's wicket for 64.

Lankans bat first in must-win clash against Australia at MCG
Sri Lanka have won the toss and elected to bat first in Friday's must-win 12th Commonwealth Bank series one-day clash with Australia at the MCG.

Sangakkara calls for dramatic revamp of Sri Lankan cricket system
Veteran Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara has called for an urgent review of Sri Lanka's cricket system, ahead of the Adelaide ODI against India.

Starc to be Clarke's go-to man in absence of Lee
Australian paceman Mitchell Starc has assumed the key bowling roles in the team in the absence of Brett Lee who is recovering from a foot injury.

Clarke says Australia needs to get Mathews out
Australian captain Michael Clarke has confessed that his team needs to get Sri Lankan vice-captain Angelo Mathews out, who is producing some of his best innings against Australia.

Lanka lose thriller to Australia at Perth
Australia defeated Sri Lanka on Friday in the fourth Commonwealth Bank one-day international played that WACA ground here by just five runs.

Tendulkar may be rested for Perth ODI against Sri Lanka
Sachin Tendulkar's aim to score his hundredth international ton may have to wait as he may be rested for the upcoming one-day international match against Sri Lanka in Perth.

Lankan all rounder Mathews says Indian team not vulnerable despite recent losses
Sri Lanka all-rounder Angelo Mathews has rejected suggestions that the Indian team is vulnerable, claiming they remain a world-class team despite losing the Test series 4-0 to Australia.

We are looking forward, not at back: Malinga
Sri Lankan fast bowler Lasith Malinga has said his team is looking forward and not dwelling on past glories.

Mendis will be Sri Lanka's trump card against South Africa: Mathews
Sri Lanka's vice-captain Angelo Mathews believes spinner Ajantha Mendis will be one of their trump cards in the Test series against South Africa.

Adjusting to South African wickets' bounce, pace key to Lankan success: Mathews
Sri Lankan vice-captain Angelo Mathews admits that his team's batsmen are expecting a serious threat from South African fast bowlers on fast and bouncy wickets than they are used to back in Indian subcontinent.

Allan Donald 'looking at key Sri Lankan players' for Test series strategy
South African bowling coach Allan Donald has said that he has been studying video material of Sri Lankan players ahead of the upcoming Test series, which starts on December 15 in Centurion.

Pakistan elect to field in opening Test against Sri Lanka in UAE
Pakistan have won the toss and put Sri Lanka into bat in the first Test at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi.

How Watson gave up 'raw pace' dream to become 'smart bowler' he is today
Australian vice-captain Shane Watson has admitted that he should have been smarter at how he approached his bowling as a younger guy.

Australia wins Galle Test against Sri Lanka by 125 runs
A five-wicket haul from fast bowler Ryan Harris helped Australia to a comfortable 125 run victory over Sri Lanka on the fourth day of the first Test in Galle today.

NSW seamer Copeland stakes a claim for Oz Test spot
New South Wales seamer Trent Copeland has made an immediate and compelling argument for a Test debut, emerging as the standout performer for Australia in a match against the Sri Lanka Board President's XI.

Lankan all-rounder Mathews in doubt for Hambantota ODI
Sri Lanka's woes in the one-day series against Australia have deepened with vice-captain Angelo Mathews set to miss Tuesday's third match in Hambantota.

Sangakkara urges teammates to lift game for must win ODI against Aussies
Sri Lankan batsman Kumar Sangakkara has urged his teammates to lift their game ahead of a must-win match on Tuesday in the one-day series against the visiting Australians.

Australia's battle against spin is no secret: White
Australia's Twenty20 captain Cameron White has admitted that players still need to come to terms with how to play spin, and added that performance against spin will go a long way to determining their success levels in Sri Lanka.

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