Two dashing innings - a confident 87 off 117 from Kusal Mendis, and a stroke filled 62 off 70 from Niroshan Dickwella - propelled Sri Lanka to a 287-run lead
South Africa include spin rivals Tabraiz Shamsi, Keshav Maharaj for limited-overs fixtures in Sri Lanka tour.
Shaun Marsh scored a magnificent 131 but Australia fell short by 38 in chase of 342.
Ireland and Scotland played out a dramatic tie at the Netherlands T20I Tri-Series.
Andrew Balbirnie leads the way with a knock of 74 as Ireland ease to a 46-run win over Scotland in the Netherlands Twenty20 Tri-series.
Test debutants shot out for 109 and 103 as hosts pull off a victory by an innings and 262 runs.
Afghanistan pull India back with 5 wickets in final session as reduced India to 347 for 6 at stumps.
Home side win second game in T20I tri-series to complete Ireland double.
Pakistan wrap up an 84-run victory over Scotland in the second of their two T20I in Edinburgh.
Spinners Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid shared five wickets and set up three-wicket win against Australia at The Oval on Wednesday.
Afghanistan become the 12th Test-playing nation, capping a journey that has been as exhilarating as it has been dramatic.
The first match of the Netherlands Tri-Nation T20I series went down to the wire, with the hosts emerging victorious by four runs.
Sarfraz Ahmed blasted a career-best 89* to lead Pakistan to a 48-run win over Scotland in the first T20I in Edinburgh.
Young Delhi pacer Navdeep Saini has been drafted into the Test side as a replacement for Mohammed Shami.
Three spinners named for the two-match series to be played against Sri Lanka next month.
Scotland stun World No 1 England, register historic victory, defeating England by six runs in Edinburgh.
Mendis fought hard with a 210-ball 102 but spinners helped the hosts wrap up the victory just after Lunch on day 5.
The move has been made to ensure the 35-year-old is fit to face India.
The opener was unbeaten on 94 at stumps but West Indies chip away, with Sri Lanka three down to chase down a world record score of 453.
Having bowled out the visitors for 185, the hosts extended to 360.
Shane Dowrich blasted his maiden ton as West Indies gained the upper hand at the end of day 2 in the Port of Spain Test against Sri Lanka.
Rashid defends eight off the last over to seal 3-0 whitewash after beating them by just 1 run in third T20I in Dehradun on Thursday.
The 43-year-old announced his decision to step down at the end of July after having been in charge for six years.
A 90-run sixth-wicket stand between Jason Holder and Shane Dowrich takes West Indies to 246-6 at stumps.