Sri Lanka will bounce back, says Jayawardene

GEORGETOWN, Guyana, March 29, 2007 (AFP) - Sri Lanka captain Mahela Jayawardene says his team will bounce back from their dramatic one-wicket World Cup Super Eights defeat against South Africa at the Guyana National Stadium Wednesday.

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"Sri Lanka in these conditions are going to be a tough team to beat," he said.
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Jayawardene said the fact that his team came so close to winning after a poor batting performance showed the ability and the fighting spirit of his players.

"We dont give up. From any situation we believe we can win matches," he said.

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Looking ahead to Sunday's match against hosts West Indies at the same venue, Jayawardene said: "We are a very professional unit and we know exactly where we went wrong.

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The guys will make sure that we come back very strong on Sunday."

For the Sri Lankans it will be a second opportunity to take advantage of conditions which Jayawardene admitted were akin to those found in their native country, with a slow pitch providing plenty of help for the spin bowlers, spearheaded by Muttiah Muralitharan.

It was Muralitharan who kept Sri Lanka in with a slight chance Wednesday, bowling superbly to take three for 34 before unorthodox fast bowler Lasith Malinga gave them an unexpected sig

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