English Cricket Team in Sri Lanka in 2007–08

English Cricket Team In Sri Lanka In 2007–08

The England cricket team toured Sri Lanka from 28 September to 22 December 2007. England made two trips to Sri Lanka in this tour with the ODI team arriving on 25 September before returning to England on the 15 October. The Test team arrived on the 15 November and stayed there for the remainder of the tour. The tour included three Test matches and five ODIs.

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