The final group game of the Asia Cup 2014 proved to be a low-scoring affair won by Sri Lanka, who beat Bangladesh by three wickets to make it four wins out of four ahead of Saturday's final against Pakistan.
Sri Lankan batsmen Angelo Mathews and Dilruwan Perera both missed centuries before their side declared on day two of the third and final Test against Pakistan, who closed on 19 without loss, in Sharjah.
Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews has set his side the target of reaching the semi-finals of the ICC Champions Trophy, which gets underway in England and Wales on 6th June.
Sri Lanka are in a group with hosts England, reigning champions Australia and New Zealand, who have been in England since earlier this month and are always competitive.
A cricket video for Cricket World TV about the latest cricket news as we look at Angelo Mathews as the new Sri Lankan Twenty20 International captain.
He replaces Mahela Jayawardene and already has some experience of captaincy having led Sri Lanka twice before and captained during the Sri Lankan Premier League - SKPL. He will lead the side against New Zealand in a one-off Twenty20 International although absent will be Jayawardene and his vice-captain Lasith Malinga.