It is a huge week at the Cricket World Cup for South Africa, who face New Zealand and Pakistan.
After their 87-run loss to Australia, Sri Lanka failed to put anyone forward for a post-match news conference.
An 87-run defeat of Sri Lanka maintained Australia's momentum, but captain Aaron Finch insisted his team could have put up a bigger score.
Australia moved top of the Cricket World Cup group-stage table as Aaron Finch hit 153 and Mitchell Starc took 4-55 in a win over Sri Lanka.
The Cricket World Cup's leading scorer Aaron Finch made 153 to equal Jason Roy's highest score of the tournament.
Having seen their last two matches washed out, Sri Lanka are in need of a Cricket World Cup upset against Australia.
Newcastle Knights will do everything in their power to keep Kalyn Ponga, with Michael Cheika eager to lure him to rugby union.
Omnisport looks back at week two of the Cricket World Cup, which featured another ridiculous catch and, unfortunately, plenty of rain.
Australia will feature at next year's Copa America for the first time in their history.
Tevita Kuridrani is staying with the Brumbies after re-signing with Rugby Australia until the end of 2020.