Opening batsman Upul Tharanga has been recalled by Sri Lanka for the two-match series against South Africa.
Sri Lanka have made two changes to their one-day squad for the forthcoming Tri-Nations tournament in the West Indies.
Sri Lanka claimed a 3-0 win in their ODI series with New Zealand after the final match was abandoned because of rain.
Upul Tharanga hit 111 as Sri Lanka claimed a 78-run win over Australia in the third ODI to reduce their series deficit to 2-1.
Upul Tharanga has been banned for three months by the ICC after testing positive for a banned substance.
Sri Lankan batsman Upul Tharanga failed a random doping test during the recent Cricket World Cup.
Tillakaratne Dilshan scored a century and took four wickets as Sri Lanka beat Zimbabwe by 139 runs to confirm their quarter-final place.
Lasith Malinga marked his first appearance of the World Cup with a hat-trick as Sri Lanka thrashed Kenya by nine wickets.
Sri Lanka survived a late wobble to claim a three-wicket success over New Zealand at the Dambulla tri-series.
Thilan Samaraweera has been recalled to Sri Lanka's one-day squad for the five-match series against Pakistan.
Upul Tharanga has been selected for a warm-up match against the touring Indian side.
Upul Tharanga has been left out of the first Test against England starting in Kandy on Saturday.
Matthew Hoggard and Monty Panesar each took three wickets as England's bowlers impressed on the first day of their final warm-up match in Sri Lanka.
England's bowlers took just three wickets on the first day of their opening tour game in Sri Lanka against the SLC Board President's XI.
Alex Hales has honed his batting craft and can now be relied upon in ODI cricket, says Nick Knight.
Beefy says England's batting against spin is lamentable and they cannot win the 2015 World Cup.
Ricky Ponting reflects on his World Cup record and talks us through his fielding drills in Episode 5 of our series.
Tour Matches in England
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
New Zealand A win by 172 runs
One Day Cup
West Indies v Bangladesh Twent
Michael Holding, Shane Warne and David Lloyd reflect on England’s 3-1 series victory over India.