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    The Black Caps and Sri Lanka will have to arrange some fitness tests ahead of the dead-rubber third Twenty20

    The Black Caps and Sri Lanka will have to arrange some fitness tests ahead of the dead-rubber third Twenty20


    New Zealand won the second game by four wickets without Ross Taylor, who withdrew with a hip injury, while Martin Guptill was unable to bat with an abdominal issue.

    Tom Bruce went down with a knee injury, but batted on before being dismissed soon after.

    Then two Sri Lankan fielders collided and were carried off after trying to take a catch late in the match and deny the Black Caps a six.

    New Zealand captain Tim Southee is hopeful it's not as bad as it sounds.



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