England defeated Sri Lanka by eight wickets in the second and final Test to level the series 1-1 and retain their number one Test ranking.
Rangana Herath finished with 12 wickets in Sri Lanka’s 75 run win over England in their 1st test in Galle and SL take the lead in the two-match series.
Shakib Al Hasan and Tamim Iqbal scored half-centuries as Bangladesh chased down a revised target of 212 with 17 balls to spare.
Umar Akmal’s 77 ensured Pakistan completed their chase of Sri Lanka’s 188 in less than 40 overs
Irfan Pathan picked up four wickets in India’s 50-run win over Sri Lanka in their opening Asia Cup game in Dhaka
Clint McKay led Australia’s spirited defence of 231 against Sri Lanka, taking a five-for as his team clinched the CB Series in Adelaide
Dilshan’s fine 106 helped Sri Lanka chase down a target of 271 successfully with 34 ball to spare. Sri Lanka’s victory levels the best of three series at 1-1 with the decider to be played March 8.
David Hussey took four wickets to help Australia beat Sri Lanka in a tense first final match in Brisbane
Sri Lanka bowled out Australia for 229 in 49.1 overs to clinch a thriller and qualify for the finals of the CB series.
Kohli’s fine 133* and Gambhir’s 66 helped India chase down a target of 321 successfully inside 37 overs securing a bonus point.
Mahela Jayawardena’s 85 guided Sri Lanka to a three-wicket win in Hobart to go four points clear at the top of the table.
An outstanding display of seam bowling from Nuwan Kulasekara and Thisara Perera helped Sri Lanka beat India by 51 runs in their ODI tri-series match in Brisbane.
Mahela Jayawardene led the way with an unbeaten 61 to help Sri Lanka to their first win of the series. Earlier the bowlers did very well to restrict Australia to 158.
Skipper MS Dhoni hit three runs off the last ball to earn India a tie in their tri one-day series international against Sri Lanka at the Adelaide Oval.
Australia pulled off a five-run win over Sri Lanka in Perth to go five points clear at the top of the table