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    Sri Lanka will be trying to take the uncontrollable factors out of play when they face the Black Caps in tonight's Twenty20 match in Auckland

    Sri Lanka will be trying to take the uncontrollable factors out of play when they face the Black Caps in tonight's Twenty20 match in Auckland


    The match is being played at Eden Park - which is notorious for it's short boundaries.

    Sri Lankan captain Lasith Malinga says the bowlers have to execute their skills perfectly.

    He says they have to play with the batsman and read their mindset whoever's bowling, because they can't control the size of the ground.

    First ball from Eden Park's at 7pm.

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