West Indies beat India by eight wickets in the first ODI in Chennai on Sunday.
Australia recorded one of their biggest wins over New Zealand on the fourth day of the first Test at Perth Stadium on Sunday.
Dhananjaya de Silva (102) had been the biggest contributor to the Sri Lanka total.
Australia lead 417 after New Zealand were bundled out for just 166.
No respite from weather as day four gets called off
Mitchell Starc burst leaves Kiwis reeling on Day 2 after hosts post 416 in first innings.
SL 282/6 as truncated Day 3 called off in Rawalpindi. Only 5.2 overs were possible as rain and bad light joined hands.
Labuschagne scores third straight ton lights up engrossing first day.
Only 18.2 overs were possible as rain and bad light joined hands.
Rahul, Rohit and Kohli struck half-centuries before the pacers demolished West Indies, India seal series by 2-1.