A back injury affected Virat Kohli in India's Lord's loss, but he expects to be at "100 per cent" batting against England at Trent Bridge.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad both reached bowling landmarks as England cruised to a huge Test victory over India inside four days.
Akila Dananjaya took six wickets as Sri Lanka obliterated South Africa to further narrow the deficit in the final ODI of the series.
Day four of the second Test between England and India began without Virat Kohli as he nursed a sore back.
England lead India by 250 runs after Chris Woakes and Jonny Bairstow combined for 189-run stand on day three.
Ajinkya Rahane has called on India to believe they can salvage something from the second Test with England despite their collapse on Friday.
West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell starred with bat and ball as Jamaica Tallawahs snatched victory over Trinbago Knight Riders.
James Anderson was the star for England as India were dismissed in just 35.2 overs on a rain-hit day two of the second Test.
Captain Faf du Plessis is focused on his long-term fitness, meaning he could miss South Africa's home games against Zimbabwe.
There was no cricket on the first day of the second Test between England and India due to rain at Lord's.
England head coach Trevor Bayliss has suggested Ben Stokes could issue a public apology after being found not guilty of affray.
The Pakistan Cricket Board's corruption investigation has concluded, with Nasir Jamshed found guilty of five charges and suspended.
A show of frustration in the Surrey dressing room proved costly for Jason Roy, as his bat bounced back into his face and caused injury.
India will have captain Virat Kohli and bowler Jasprit Bumrah fit for the third Test against England, where they must win.
Ben Stokes is back in the England team to face India at Trent Bridge, with Joe Root encouraged by conversations with his star all-rounder.