Sri Lanka won by 19 runs (D/L). West Indies 206-9 (36 overs) (M. N. Samuels 110*); ‡Sri Lanka 180-5 (32.3 overs) (M. D. K. J. Perera 50). MoM: M. N. Samuels. MoS: M. D. K. J. Perera.
Rain again played spoilsport, interrupting West Indies' innings twice, then making a final appearance late on with Sri Lanka ahead of the par score of 161. It meant they swept the one-day series 3-0. West Indies had nosedived to 18-4 in the sixth over, and were indebted to Samuels's ninth century in one-day internationals. Returning to form in style after a miserable run, he finished with 110* from 95 balls. But his team- mates mustered only 74 between them. With Perera scurrying to 50 from 47, Sri Lanka stayed in front, reaching 100 in the 18th over, and the rain finally ended proceedings in the 33rd. There was more bad news for West Indies after the match: Narine's action was reported again, and he was banned from bowling in international cricket three weeks later.