Silva, Karunaratne fifties keep Sri Lanka steady after Bairstow's career best knock
Jonny Bairstow celebrating his century against Sri Lanka on day one at Lord's.
Moeen Ali in action during nets at Lord's.
Alastair Cook (left) and James Anderson (right) during a practice session at Lord's.
Farhaan Behardien scored a crucial 62 for South Africa.
Brendon McCullum (left), Andre Drummond (centre) and Eoin Morgan (right) at Lord's Cricket Ground.
Sunil Narine (right) was awarded the man of the match for his six-wicket haul against South Africa.
Nathan Lyon successfully appeals against Marlon Samuels.
Kieron Pollard (right) scored an unbeaten fifty in the opening game of the tri-series in Guyana.
Sunil Narine (right) celebrating the wicket of Farhaan Behardien (centre).
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.
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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.
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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.