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Jason Roy lines up a lap to the leg side

England v Sri Lanka, 3rd ODI, Bristol

England aim to ram home advantage

While England are riding a wave of momentum after a thumping win, Sri Lanka's woes are compounded as they are left sweating over the fitness of Angelo Mathews and Dinesh Chandimal

Mohammad Amir ripped through England's middle order on the second morning at Lord's

Pakistan in England 2016

Match-fixers deserve life bans, says Alastair Cook

Alastair Cook, the England captain, believes that any player involved in match-fixing should be banned for life but has no problem with the likelihood of facing Mohammad Amir again

Joe Root reached a half-century from 70 balls

England v Sri Lanka, 3rd Test, Lord's

'You don't win games with 70s and 80s' - Root

Joe Root has admitted he should already have up to double his nine Test centuries and can't quite work out why he does not convert into three figures more consistently

David Payne took two wickets in the final over

County news

Marshall remembers 'one of the best days'

Hamish Marshall remembers last year's Royal London Cup final at Lord's, where Gloucestershire nicked a six-run victory against Surrey, as "one of the best days of cricket" he's experienced but knows that it will be a tall order to defended the title this

Dinesh Chandimal celebrates his century

England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Chester-le-Street, 4th day

Landmark Cook secures win after Chandimal's defiant century

Alastair Cook finally reached the 10,000-run landmark, the 12th man to do so in Test history, as England secured a nine-wicket victory to take the series although not without some significant toil

Angelo Mathews took the attack to Moeen Ali

England v Sri Lanka, 2nd Test, Chester-le-Street, 3rd day

Sri Lanka's batsmen find their fight

Barring extraordinary events, Sri Lanka are still going to lose the second Test - and potentially by an innings - but they were not, to borrow one of Angelo Mathews' words, humiliated on the third day as they made England work hard for their successes in