England captain Alastair Cook says he can have no complaints if he is dropped for the World Cup.
Bob Willis reflects on England's disappointing defeat to Sri Lanka in the seven-match ODI series.
Kumar Sangakkara and Mahela Jayawardene will leave a big hole in Sri Lanka's line-up, says Russel Arnold.
Tillakaratne Dilshan scored a hundred and took three wickets as Sri Lanka beat England by 87 runs in Colombo.
Sri Lanka star Kumar Sangakkara admits he is interested in joining Surrey next season.
Sri Lanka batting legend Mahela Jayawardene will play at home for the last time in Tuesday's ODI against England.
Over-by-over commentary from the seventh ODI at Colombo
England’s players have one last chance to put their hands up for a World Cup place when they face Sri Lanka on Tuesday.
Sir Ian Botham is backing Kumar Sangakkara to flourish again in Sri Lanka's final ODI with England.
Sri Lanka batsman Kumar Sangakkara has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee from their victory over England.
Kumar Sangakkara struck 112 as Sri Lanka took an unassailable 4-2 lead with a 90-run win in the sixth ODI in Kandy.
Over-by-over commentary from the sixth ODI at Pallekele
Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews insists England are still the team under pressure heading into the sixth one-dayer.
Joe Root hit his third one-day century to steer England to a five-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the rain-delayed fifth ODI.
Over-by-over commentary of the action in Kandy
England should win the fifth ODI on Thursday with Sri Lanka’s spin attack lacking punch, says Bob Willis.
Off-spinner Sachithra Senanayake has been included in Sri Lanka's provisional World Cup squad.
Banned spin duo Sachithra Senanayake and Kane Williamson have been cleared to bowl again.
James Taylor’s maiden ODI half-century proved in vain as England lost the fourth ODI to Sri Lanka by six wickets.
England stand-in captain Eoin Morgan believes the defeat of Sri Lanka has given his side a much needed confidence boost.
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