Tabraiz Shamsi (centre) registered figures of 4-10 as St Kitts and Nevis Patriots defeated Barbados Tridents by eight wickets.
Mitchell Starc (right) celebrating the wicket of Jamie Foster (left) during the tour game against Essex.
Dhammika Prasad was exceptional with the ball as Sri Lanka managed to put Pakistan on the back foot in Pallekele.
Michael Clarke reacts after the dismissal of Shane Watson on day three of the tour game against Essex.
Tom Westley celebrating his century in the tour game against Australia in Chelmsford.
Mitchell Marsh celebrating his century against Essex on day one of the tour game in Chelmsford.
Kent's Daniel Bell Drummond celebrates his 50 against Australia in the warm-up game in Canterbury.
Australia's Ryan Harris (left) celebrates with team mates after taking the wicket of Kent's Sam Billings during the warm-up game in Canterbury.
Dhammika Prasad registered figures of 4-92 as Sri Lanka need 153 to level the series on the final day in Colombo.
Mitchell Marsh celebrating his century against Kent in the tour game in Canterbury.
Pakistan erase deficit on a slow day
Mitchell Johnson registered figures of 3-42 as Australia dominated Kent on day two of their tour game in Canterbury.
Yasir Shah celebrating the wicket of Tharindu Kaushal during the second day of the second Test against Sri Lanka in Colombo.
Shaun Marsh in action during the tour game against Kent on Thursday.
Chris Rogers wary of England threat
Fawad Ahmed in action during the net session ahead of the tour game against Kent.
Shaun Marsh during the nets in Northwood.
Joe Root scored a match-winning 68 off 46 deliveries as England defeated New Zealand by 56 runs at Old Trafford.
Michael Clarke in a press conference in England.
What a comeback! Jonny Bairstow scored a breathtaking unbeaten knock of 83 from 60 balls as England won the series 3-2 against New Zealand.
Jos Buttler leaves the nets injured ahead of the final ODI against New Zealand.
Eoin Morgan (right) and Joe Root hit blistering centuries as England recorded the biggest successful chase in all One-Day Internationals in England
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor put on a record breaking 206-run stand as New Zealand defeated England by three wickets in Southampton.
Can England turn it on again at The Oval or will New Zealand bounce back?
Jos Buttler (right) celebrates his century in the first One-Day International against New Zealand in Birmingham
Eoin Morgan in a training session ahead of the first One-Day International against New Zealand.
Brendon McCullum and his team mates applauds after winning the second Test against England in Headingley.
Mark Craig scored a 77-ball 58 before rain played spoilsport washing out two sessions on day four of the Headingley Test.
BJ Watling scored a crucial 136-ball century as New Zealand dominated day three of the second Test against England in Headingley.
Adam Lyth (left) and Alastair Cook (right) now hold the record for the highest opening run stand in Headingley as the duo put on 177 against New Zealand on day two.