A collective bowling effort from Bangladesh saw them restrict Sri Lanka to 238 for seven at stumps on day one of the second Test in Colombo despite a fighting knock of unbeaten 86 from Dinesh Chandimal.
Rangana Herath led from the front with a six-wicket haul as Sri Lanka dismissed Bangladesh for 197 in the final innings to secure a massive 259 run victory in the first Test in Gale and take an unassailable lead of 1-0 in the series.
Bangladesh opening pair Soumya Sarkar and Tamim Iqbal scored an unbeaten 67 run stand after Sri Lanka declared their innings at 274 for six to set a target of 457 runs in the final innings of the first Test in Galle.
Rangana Herath and Dilruwan Perera picked three wickets apiece as Sri Lanka dismissed Bangladesh for 312 runs to secure a 182-run lead in the first innings following which rain spoiled the action for the rest of the day in the first Test in Galle.
After the India Women bowlers restricted Bangladesh Women to 155 for eight, Mona Meshram and Mithali Raj scored unbeaten half-centuries to ensure they completed the chase in 33.3 overs with nine wickets in hand thereby securing a spot in the ICC Women's World Cup.
Elyse Villani and Meg Lanning contributed with 73 and 60 runs respectively as Australia Women took a 1-0 lead in the three-match series after securing a 40-run win in the first Twenty20 International against New Zealand Women in Melbourne.
Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin picked four wickets apiece as India bowled out Bangladesh for 250 in the final innings to secure a massive 208-run victory in the only Test between the two teams in Hyderabad.
Shabnam Ismail led a collective bowling effort from South Africa Women bowlers as they dismissed Bangladesh Women for just 100 and later chased down the target in 25.2 overs with six wickets in hand in the 13th match of the Group B encounter in ICC Women's World Cup Qualifier in Colombo.
Following early strikes from the Indian bowlers, fifties from Mushfiqur Rahim, Shakib Al Hasan and Mehedi Hasan led Bangladesh fightback to take them to 322 for six at stumps on day three of the Only Test in Hyderabad.
Virat Kohli smashed his fourth double century in four consecutive series as India went on to post 687 for six before the declaration came during the second day of the only Test against Bangladesh in Hyderabad.
Riding on centuries from Murali Vijay and Virat Kohli and a valiant 83-run knock by Cheteshwar Pujara, India went on to amass 356 runs losing just three wickets on day one of the only Test against Bangladesh in Hyderabad.