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Sri Lanka brace for 'wounded' Australia

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Sri Lankan skipper Mahela Jayawardene said he expected Australia to attack his men like "wounded soldiers" after their hard-fought loss to South Africa and the retirement of Ricky Ponting. 

Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene plays a shot during the first Test against New Zealand on November 18. Jayawardene said he expected Australia to attack his men like "wounded soldiers" after the Aussies' hard-fought loss to South Africa and the retirement of Ricky Ponting.

Australia suffered a 309-run defeat in the third and deciding Test against South Africa which ended Monday, losing the series 1-0.

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