The fight for this week’s Cricket World Player of the Week award is a three-way one between the week’s three century-makers. Upul Tharanga and Mahela Jayawardene both hit centuries against India at Sabina Park on Tuesday
Sri Lanka and West Indies will return to Port of Spain on the reserve day in a bid to get their latest tri-series One-Day International completed after just 19 overs were possible.
Sri Lanka were put in to bat and were on 60 for three when rain arrived and three hours later, the decision was taken to end play for the day.
West Indies captain Dwayne Bravo has been handed a one-match suspension by the International Cricket Council (ICC) after his side were fined for a slow over-rate for the second time in 12 months.
The selectors have responded by calling up batsman Lendl Simmons to cover for Bravo's absence while Kieron Pollard will deputise as skipper for the game against Sri Lanka.
India kept their hopes of reaching the final of the One-Day International tri-series alive with a crushing 102-run win over the West Indies in Trinidad.
A dashing century from captain Virat Kohli helped them post 311 for seven and either side of a rain delay, West Indies were bowled out for 171 to hand India a bonus point in victory.
Virat Kohli will lead India's One-Day International squad when they travel to Zimbabwe for five One-Day Internationals later this month.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni suffered a hamstring injury during the ongoing tri-series in the West Indies and will miss the trip, with other players also being rested.
Twin centuries from Upul Tharanga and Mahela Jayawardene put Sri Lanka on course for a record-breaking 161-run win over India in their One-Day International tri-series match in Jamaica.
Sri Lanka's score of 348 for one was the highest ODI score for a team losing just one wicket, Tharanga making 174 not out and Jayawardene 107.
Hosts West Indies have named their squad for the second half of the ongoing Tri-Nation series against Indian and Sri Lanka. Ravi Rampaul misses out after picking up an ankle injury during the win over Sri Lanka and is replaced by Barbados all-rounder Jason Holder as the only change in the 13-man squad.
West Indies made it two wins out of two in the One-Day International tri-series they are hosting after inching to a one-wicket victory over India in Jamaica.
Set 230 to win, they lost three early wickets before half-centuries from Johnson Charles and Darren Bravo revived their innings, only for India to fight back only to be denied by last-wicket pair Kemar Roach and Tino Best.
Chris Gayle hammered an 89-ball century to set West Indies on course for a comfortable six-wicket win over Sri Lanka in the opening game of the One-Day International tri-series in Jamaica.
Gayle's 109 in 100 balls set the home side on their way to 209 for four in just 37.5 overs after Sri Lanka had been bowled out for 208.
A vocal Edgbaston crowd made up overwhelmingly of Indian fans were made to wait by the Birmingham weather but finally got the result they craved as their side prevailed by five runs in a thrilling ICC Champions Trophy final. It was after 8.30 local time when James Tredwell, with six needed, swung wildly at Ravichandran Ashwin to spark Indian celebrations. England had thrown away their chance, collapsing in their pursuit of India.s 129 for seven.
Tillakaratne Dilshan is missing through injury and Thisara Perera has also been left out of Sri Lanka's squad for the One-Day International tri-series in the West Indies which begins later this month.
Dilshan suffered calf strain during the ICC Champions Trophy 2013 semi-final against India and has been replaced in the squad by Upul Tharanga while spinner Ajantha Mendis has been recalled.
India's apparently seamless path towards winning the ICC Champions Trophy continued as they made the most of the conditions to thrash Sri Lanka in the second semi-final in Cardiff. They won an important toss, restricted their familiar foes to 181 for eight as the ball swung dramatically, and then knocked off the runs in just 35 overs to book their place in Sunday's final.