There are two main contenders for this week's Cricket World Player of the Week. Saeed Ajmal and AB de Villiers have each turned in exemplary performances for their teams this week to help Pakistan and South Africa record victories over England and Sri Lanka respectively.
Sri Lanka capitalised on a series of uncharacteristic slips from South Africa to win the fourth One-Day International in Kimberley by five wickets.
Although AB de Villiers hit an entertaining 96 as his side posted 299 for seven, they allowed Sri Lanka back into the game as their batting failed to kick on and they missed chances in the field as Sri Lanka closed on 304 for five.
David Warner blasted himself into the record books and to this week's Cricket World Player of the Week award with an innings of supreme power in Perth over the weekend.
His century on day one of the third Test between India and Australia came off only 69 balls and was the joint fourth fastest of all time in Test cricket - equalling the effort of Shiv Chanderpaul in 2002 in Guyana, and trailing only Sir Viv Richards (56 balls), Adam Gilchrist (57 balls) and John Gregory (67 balls).
South Africa have made three changes to their squad ahead of the final three One-Day Internationals against Sri Lanka in Bloemfontein, Kimberley and Johannesburg.
Hashim Amla leaves the squad due to a family issue, Rory Kleinveldt has an injured thigh and Jacques Kallis is being rested, resulting in call-ups for Alviro Petersen, Vernon Philander and Colin Ingram.