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India vs Sri Lanka World Cup 2011 Final on 2nd April 2011 at Wenkhede, Mumbai: Following is a look at the strengths and weaknesses of India and Sri Lanka, who meet in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 final on Saturday.

Sri Lanka coach Trevor Bayliss is hopeful that spin wizard Muttiah Muralitharan will be fit enough to play his last match for his country in Saturday's World Cup final.

Pakistan Innings Hosts India defeated Pakistan yet again in a World Cup clash and this time it paved their entry into this edition's Finals! It was a 29-run win for India as Pakistan failed to come good with the bat under pressure chasing 261 to end up with 231 all out.

Tickets for the World Cup final, which went for online sale, will cost the average fan a pretty hefty amount as there are just two prices available - Rs. 12,500 and Rs. 18,750.

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi said on Thursday he hoped to meet India in the World Cup final, saying the match would boost international cricket and draw billions of viewers.

Duleep Trophy 2011 Final: North Zone v South Zone at Visakhapatnam Live Cricket Score - Feb 2-6, 2011. Toss: North Zone, who chose to bat first North Zone 337/10 South Zone 298/3 (70.0 overs) South Zone trail by 39 runs with 7 wickets remaining in the 1st innings, Stumps on Day 2.

Quaid-e-Azam Trophy 2011 Final: Habib Bank Limited v Pakistan International Airlines(PIA) at Karachi - Jan 13-17, 2011 - Pakistan International Airlines 228 and 319; Habib Bank Limited 313 and 236/5, Habib Bank Limited won by 5 wickets

Karachi: The Quaid-e-Azam Trophy final being played under lights and with a coloured ball for the first time in Pakistan has turned into a bitter struggle between Habib Bank and PIA as two sides complained of biased umpiring and also accused each other of ball tampering.

Ranji 2010-11 final: Five-wicket haul by leg-spinner Bhargav Bhatt (5 for 103) helped Baroda restrict Rajasthan to 394 before reaching 73 for one at stumps on the second day of the Ranji Trophy Super League final here on Wednesday.