Jason Holder in a press conference ahead of the tri-series.
Hashim Amla (left) during the practice game against WICB President's XI.
Dinesh Chandimal (right) scored a valiant 126 in the second innings to avoid innings defeat for Sri Lanka.
Hashim Amla in action during the practice match against WICB XI
Angelo Mathews (left) in action on day three of the second Test.
Moeen Ali celebrating his century on day two of the second Test against Sri Lanka.
Alex Hales (left) and Joe Root (right) shared a 96-run stand.
Sri Lanka hoping to weather England storm - Second Test Preview
Champaka Ramanayake backs Suranga Lakmal to fill in for Dushmantha Chameera
Cricket World Player of the Week - Jonny Bairstow
England celebrate the wicket of Nuwan Pradeep
James Anderson (left) celebrating the wicket of Angelo Mathews.
James Anderson (right) picked his first five-wicket haul at Headingley.
Jonny Bairstow currently has the fourth highest Test average of any no. seven to record 15+ innings in that position
Momentum is with England - Alex Hales
Hales, Bairstow rescue England after batting collapse on a gloomy day
England's Alastair Cook (right) and Angelo Mathews pose with the trophy
James Vince during nets at Headingley
Joe Root (left) and Alastair Cook (right) during nets in Headingley.
The pitch at the County Ground remained under covers throughout the day.
Zaheer Khan in a press conference organised by the Delhi Daredevils.
Cricket World Team of the Week - West Indies
Marlon Samuels (left) and Carlos Brathwaite (right) celebrating the ICC World T20 win over England.
Marlon Samuels (right) celebrating the victory past Ben Stokes (left) in the final of the ICC World T20.
Carlos Brathwaite blasted four sixes in four balls at the death to confirm victory
Marlon Samuels' half-century underpinned West Indies' run chase
Joe Root scored 54 to help England put a decent score on the board
Stafanie Taylor and Hayley Matthews make a run during their partnership
West Indies lift the ICC Women's World T20 trophy
Lendl Simmons scored an unbeaten 82 for West Indies in the chase.