Michael Clarke curbs Aussie complacency against Sri Lanka

The Aussie skipper has said that the team will be looking to better their performance after the series loss against South Africa.

updated: December 13, 2012 12:23 IST
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Hobart: Skipper Michael Clarke has vowed there will be no complacency in the Test series with Sri Lanka, insisting Australia will improve on their recent performances against South Africa.

The Australians had the better of the opening two Tests against the world number one Proteas only to be crushed by 309 runs in the series decider in Perth last week.

Sri Lanka are ranked sixth in the world, have not won in 10 Tests in Australia over 25 years and are rated outsiders to upset Clarke's team in the three-Test series, beginning in Hobart on Friday.

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