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Jason Roy hits 162 as England wins 4th ODI to clinch series

LONDON (AP) Jason Roy hit the second-highest score for England in a one-day international to help chase down 308 and win the series against Sri Lanka on Wednesday. (MORE)

England wins toss, bowls in 4th ODI vs. Sri Lanka

LONDON (AP) England won the toss and opted to bowl in the fourth one-day international against Sri Lanka on Wednesday as it seeks to seal a series victory. (MORE)

New India coach Kumble set for busy year

NEW DELHI (AP) Anil Kumble thinks a year - and 17 test matches - is enough for India to make its mark on all three formats of cricket. (MORE)

Misbah: Amir's qualities still there ahead of test return

SOUTHAMPTON, England (AP) Six years after his involvement in one of cricket's biggest corruption scandals, Mohammad Amir returns to the test arena next month with a chance to show he can still be the world's greatest bowler. (MORE)

Australia wins Caribbean tri-series, beats WIndies in final

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP) Matthew Wade, Mitchell Marsh and Josh Hazlewood starred as Australia defeated the West Indies by 58 runs to win the one-day tri-series final on Sunday. (MORE)

Rain prevents result in England-Sri Lanka 3rd ODI

BRISTOL, England (AP) Rain prevented a result in the third one-day international between England and Sri Lanka on Sunday, leaving England 1-0 up in the series with two matches to go. (MORE)

England puts Sri Lanka in to bat in 3rd ODI

BRISTOL, England (AP) England will bowl first in the third one-day international against Sri Lanka on Sunday. (MORE)

India's cricket board appoints batting and fielding coaches

NEW DELHI (AP) India has appointed former test batsman Sanjay Bangar as the team's batting coach and Abhay Sharma as fielding coach for its forthcoming tour of the West Indies. (MORE)

England's Anderson is injury doubt for Pakistan series

LONDON (AP) England pace bowler James Anderson is an injury doubt for the upcoming test series against Pakistan after suffering a stress fracture in his right shoulder. (MORE)

WIndies cruise past South Africa to reach final vs. Aussies

BRIDGETOWN, Barbados (AP) The West Indies advanced to the final of the one-day tri-series by beating South Africa by 100 runs on Friday, led by a century from Darren Bravo and three wickets by paceman Shannon Gabriel. (MORE)