The skipper of the Proteas, AB de Villiers, got back his form with an aggressive fifty while Hashim Amla supported his with a half century as they beat England.
Krishmar Santokie penetrated through the batting of the Englishmen and the skipper Darren Sammy punched with a hurried knock and won the game for the Windies.
The visiting Englishmen exhibited more discipline with their superb team work in the third ODI against West Indies who lost the game not before giving a fight.
The Australian quickie, Josh Hazlewood, penetrated through the batting line up of England whereas George Bailey and Cameron White crushed the visitors’ bowling.
The Englishmen hugged their first victory of the tour vs. Australia with a brilliant all round performance by Ben Stokes, well assisted by Jos Buttler.
A match winning fourth wicket association between Shane Watson and his captain, Michael Clarke, led their team to a comfortable win against the hosts England.
England got back in the ODI series by an interesting win over their arch rivals Australia in the fourth game besides a hat-trick by the quickie, Clint McKay.
Michael Clarke marshalled his troops from the front by plundering a first ODI ton vs. England as the visitors clinched the encounter by a splendid team work.
The New Zealand skipper, Brendon McCullum, punished the English bowlers at will and led his side to a commanding win in the 2nd T20 as the series was squared.
An excellent all round performance by Yuvraj Singh earned India a much needed victory against England in the first T20 of the two match series at Pune.