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With the series already won, England would have expected to enjoy themselves by expressing themselves without a fear in the world in the fourth ODI at Headingley, Leeds. Instead, the found were at the receiving end of a hostile spell from comeback man Mohammad Irfan

England have produced some stunning batting efforts in the recent past, as part of their one-day revival in the post-2015 World Cup debacle period. And, their performance at Trent Bridge on Tuesday was astonishing to say the least.

As mentioned in the preview the T20 game provided Sri Lanka with their best opportunity to claim a win on a long and luckless England tour. Unfortunately, it wasn't to be as their batting again crumbled

2-0 up in the series, England will be looking to finish off what has been an excellent ODI series on a high. They looked in trouble in the last match when they were chasing 300 plus in 42 overs,

aving been easily beaten in the three-match Test series, Sri Lanka will be hoping for a reversal in fortunes as they face England in the first one-dayer at Trent Bridge on Tuesday. Although Sri Lanka have always been a much better one-day side as compared to Tests

It will be an equal of sorts, but of a different kind when England face Sri Lanka at the Feroz Shah Kotla in Delhi on Saturday. Both teams are still very much in contention to make it to the final four.

Having shocked South Africa with a world record run chase, England will face a much easier challenge against Afghanistan at New Delhi on Wednesday. England were absolutely rollicking in successfully chasing a gigantic target

Having been smashed left, right and centre by Chris Gayle on Wednesday night, England will return to the same venue at Mumbai -- the Wankhede Stadium, hoping for better luck against South Africa.

2010 champions England will face 2012 champs West Indies as the former World T20 winners look to begin their 2016 campaign on a winning note. Unlike in Tests, where England have a clear edge over the Windies