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Kasun Rajitha dismissed India's top three early

India v Sri Lanka, 1st T20I, Pune

Sri Lanka seamers topple India on green track

Kasun Rajitha, Dushmantha Chameera and Dasun Shanaka - Sri Lanka's lanky seam-bowling labour force - came upon a thoroughly surprising green Pune deck, and wound up delivering their team a surprisingly thorough victory

Danushka Gunathilaka plays one through the leg side

Sri Lanka in India 2015-16

Five crucial pieces in Sri Lanka's T20 puzzle

With the World T20 tournament drawing closer, the series against India gives Sri Lanka a chance to look for solutions to an unsettled combination

There is some concern over whether Dilhara Fernando will be fit for the first Test

India v Sri Lanka, 1st T20I, Pune

Under-strength SL have mountain to climb

Sri Lanka have not coped well with the retirement of their players and the present injury crisis and face up against a smoothly purring Indian batting machine

Mohammad Amir reacts as Mitchell Santner leaves a close one

New Zealand v Pakistan, 3rd ODI, Auckland

Amir 'not at his best, but getting there' - Waqar

Mohammad Amir claimed 5 for 67 across his first two ODIs in five years, and was described as the "pick of Pakistan's bowlers" by Martin Guptill, but Waqar Younis believes he is still some distance from his best

Martin Guptill and Kane Williamson added 159 for the second wicket

New Zealand v Pakistan, 3rd ODI, Auckland

New Zealand win series in tense, rain-hit finish

Pakistan had got to 200 in 29.2 overs with Babar Azam and Shoaib Malik batting fluently, but New Zealand fought back to dismiss them for 290 in the third ODI at Eden Park

Brendon McCullum and Kane Williamson receive the trophy together

New Zealand v Pakistan, 3rd ODI, Auckland

'Kane did an outstanding job as captain' - McCullum

Brendon McCullum, who is returning from a back injury, is impressed with New Zealand's performances in his absence, and the leadership of stand-in captain Kane Williamson