International Cricket in 2006–07 - February 2007 - Sri Lanka in India

Sri Lanka in India

Sri Lanka played a 4-match ODI series in India from 8 to 17 February.

No. Date Home captain Away captain Venue Result
ODI no. 2514 8 February 2007 Rahul Dravid Mahela Jayawardene Eden Gardens, Kolkata Abandoned
ODI no. 2520 11 February 2007 Rahul Dravid Mahela Jayawardene Madhavrao Scindia Cricket Ground, Rajkot Sri Lanka by 5 runs
ODI no. 2522 14 February 2007 Rahul Dravid Mahela Jayawardene Nehru Stadium, Margao India by 5 wickets
ODI no. 2525 17 February 2007 Rahul Dravid Mahela Jayawardene ACA-VDCA stadium, Visakhapatnam India by 7 wickets

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