Phil Hughes is looking to score another century in Sunday's second one-day international against Sri Lanka after becoming the first Australian in the format's history to hit a ton on debut.
Australian batsman Phil Hughes jumps to avoid a bouncer during their first one-day international against Sri Lanka at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, on January 11, 2013. Australia defeated Sri Lanka by 107 runs.
Hughes' sparkling 112 in the series opener in Melbourne Friday helped Australia (305 for 5) overpower Sri Lanka to post a 107-run win and the diminutive left-hander is looking for a repeat on the batting-friendly Adelaide Oval pitch.
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