Alastair Cook and Craig Kieswetter shared 171 opening stand as England sealed a 10-wicket win, England v Sri Lanka, 4th ODI, Trent Bridge, July 6 2011 © Getty Images

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    After taking time to get his eye in Craig Kieswetter unfurled some big shots © Getty Images

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    Alastair Cook sped to a 37-ball half-century as England romped to victory © PA Photos

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    Alastair Cook whips into the leg side during his 37-ball fifty © Getty Images

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    Andy Flower assesses the conditions during the rain delay © PA Photos

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    Craig Kieswetter played second-fiddle to Alastair Cook at the start of England's innings © PA Photos

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    Alastair Cook pierced the infield superbly to reach 38 from 28 balls at the rain break © PA Photos

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    Jade Dernbach claimed career-best figures of 3 for 38 © Getty Images

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    Kumar Sangakkara was Sri Lanka's only real source of resistance © Getty Images

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    Lasith Malinga has his middle stump pegged back by Jade Dernbach © Getty Images

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    Jade Dernbach leaps for joy after uprooting Lasith Malinga's leg stump © PA Photos

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    Kumar Sangakkara's stylish 75 was the only resistance Sri Lanka managed © Getty Images

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    Kumar Sangakkara reached a vital fifty in tough conditions © Getty Images

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    Tim Bresnan clutched a caught-and-bowled chance inches from the turf to get rid of Angelo Mathews © PA Photos

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    Tim Bresnan celebrates Mahela Jayawardene's downfall © PA Photos

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    Angelo Mathews lifts the ball down the ground during his 39 © AFP

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    Angelo Mathews fought hard to halt Sri Lanka's collapse © Getty Images

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    There was plenty of relief for Stuart Broad after he finally got a wicket © Getty Images

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    Kumar Sangakkara had to battle hard in tough conditions © Getty Images