finished with a boundary! Attempted slower yorker it seems. Ends up as a leg-stump full toss. He holds his balance and caresses this to the long leg boundary
10:48pm And that is all from us. Thanks for joining.
Finch: It was pretty clinical. The way that the bowlers set up the last two games was outstanding. Every game is a challenge, so it was important to bring out our best. When you've got two spinners in your side in Australia, that's different for us. Those two did really well. [Decision to play two spinners] It was unanimous. As a package, Agar brings so much.
Dickwella: (standing in for Malinga) Everything okay with Malinga, he must be in the dressing room.
We haven't performed to standards. We've learnt a lot in this series we couldn't even compete. Nuwan Pradeep's performances was a positive and also the fielding.
Warner: Importantly for us as a team it's fantastic. On the personal front it's been good to churn out some runs. The bowlers made it easy. It helps when you're chasing a small total. Good momentum, from here we go to play Pakistan at the SCG.
David Warner is Man of the Match and Man of the Series.
10:30pm Warner finishes unbeaten in the series. And that is another comprehensive win for Australia; the 3-0 scoreline tells it all. Sri Lanka have barely had a moment of dominance all series, and that didn't change tonight. The batting was improved, but not lethal, while it was much the same story with the ball.
yorker at middle stump, jammed to midwicket
full and into the pads. Stays tall and clips it down to fine leg
length on off stump, defended on the front foot
James: "Didn't Warner have a good world cup (in England) followed by a poor Ashes (in England)? Limited overs form doesn't translate into test form."
slower ball at a length on leg stump. Looks for the flick and deflects this in front of fine leg off the pad. Calls early for the second
slow dipping full toss on off stump. Watchfully tapped to extra cover
Warner's now past Maxwell's 211 for most runs in a bilateral series by an Aussie
full outside off, leans in and drives to third man's left
bouncer at a middle stump line. Let's that go
Callum Jacobi: "@Ken Smith He had a great run in the IPL just before the Ashes, and then all that form went away. Hope that the same thing doesn't happen again for his sake." --- In his words, he was out of runs, not out of form
full on middle stump, driven to long-on
slower ball at a length on off stump, dropped into the covers with soft hands
full on the stumps, tapped down the ground
William: "Warner passed the 2,000 runs mark with that six - please mention." --- Yes. The record for consecutive fifties in T20Is is four - Gayle and McCullum
Danish: "On Warner's return to form: I'm sure Pakistan will lend a helping hand to help him back by dropping a few in the slips..." --- Wait till the series begins before roasting your team!
full and wide outside off, driven to long-off
short of a length just outside off, stays leg side and chops it to sweeper to bring up his third consecutive fifty
short and wide outside off, cut to sweeper
length ball outside off, shuffles and looks to paddle that. Cops it on the pad outside off stump
Ken Smith: "What are people thinking about Warner's return to form - can he carry it through into the coming Test series?"
full and very wide outside off. Gets down for the paddle sweep but is beaten
full googly on leg stump. Leans in and clips through midwicket with soft hands
smoked wide of long-on! Length ball on off stump, sitting nicely up for the slog. He gets the front leg out of the way and slogs nonchalanty
full on middle stump, driven down to long-on
steers this over the fine leg boundary. Bouncer rising down leg side. He stays inside the line and shapes to hook, but there's minimal use of the wrists. It's more a ramp by the time he's done