SYDNEY (AP) — Flags flew at half-mast Sunday at the Sydney Cricket Ground while officials made plans to honor former England captain and Australian television commentator Tony Greig during the third cricket test against Sri Lanka.

Greig, 66, who had been suffering from lung cancer, died of a heart attack Saturday at his Sydney home.

The South African-born Greig was also honored with a moment's silence at an Australian domestic Twenty20 match Saturday night, while Australian players were expected to wear black armbands at the SCG test beginning Thursday.

Funeral arrangements have not been disclosed.