England 73-0 (Bell 41no, Cook 30no) beat
Sri Lanka 67 (Jordan 5-29) by 10 wickets
Third One-Day International, Manchester
England went from zeroes to heroes as they bounced back from being dismissed for 99 in their last game to bowl Sri Lanka out for 67 in the third One-Day International at Emirates Old Trafford, winning the game by 10 wickets.
Same Again For England
England have named an unchanged 14-man squad for the remainder of the ODI series.
Following this emphatic win, no changes have been made ahead of the matches to come at Lord's and Edgbaston.
With Alastair Cook now fully fit, Alex Hales has returned to duty with Nottinghamshire.
England ODI squad: Alastair Cook (captain), James Anderson, Gary Ballance, Ian Bell, Ravi Bopara, Tim Bresnan, Jos Buttler (wicket-keeper), Michael Carberry, Harry Gurney, Chrs Jordan, Eoin Morgan, Joe Root, James Tredwell, Chris Woakes
Chris Jordan took five for 29 as Sri Lanka crashed to their third lowest ODI score, and lowest against England, bowled out in just 24 overs.
In reply, the hosts were barely troubled as they raced to 73 without loss in 12.1 overs with Ian Bell unbeaten on 41 and Alastair Cook on 30.
The win puts England 2-1 up in the five-match series with games at Lord's (31st May) and Edgbaston (3rd June) to come.
The first blows for England were landed by James Anderson, who had openers Lahiru Thirimanne and Tillakaratne Dilshan caught behind by Jos Buttler for seven and two respectively.
After Harry Gurney had taken the new ball with Anderson, Cook turned to Jordan, who removed Kumar Sangakkara (13), Dinesh Chandimal (6), Angelo Mathews (11), Nuwan Kulasekara (5) and Lasith Malinga (2).
James Tredwell bowled three overs, taking two for two with the wickets of Mahela Jayawardene, who made 12, and Sachithra Senanayake, who registered a golden duck. Anderson finished with two for 10.
Cook, making his return from the groin injury that saw him miss Sri Lanka's 181-run win in Chester-le-Street, hit two fours during his 40 balls as England eased home in 12.1 overs.
Bell hit four fours and won the game with a six, facing 33 deliveries.
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