MANCHESTER (AFP) - England beat Sri Lanka by 16 runs to win the fifth and final one-day international at Old Trafford on Saturday and take the series 3-2. Sri Lanka, set 269 to win, finished on 252 all out with seamer Jade Dernbach taking the key wicket of Angelo Mathews, who top-scored with 62, and then clean bowling Lasith Malinga to seal victory with 10 balls to spare. The tourists lost their last four wickets for seven runs after fast-medium bowler Tim Bresnan, who finished with three for 49, made early inroads. Earlier England, after captain Alastair Cook won the toss, made 268 for nine in their full 50 overs. They made a rapid start but lost wickets either side of a fourth-wicket partnership of 118 between Jonathan Trott (72) and Eoin Morgan (57). Earlier, Suraj Randiv's maiden five-wicket haul did the bulk of the damage as Sri Lanka held England to 268 for fine in the fifth and final one-day international at Old Trafford here on Saturday. Off-spinner Randiv took five for 42 during his maximum 10 overs in a match where a win for either side would give them a 3-2 series win. Dhammika Prasad, in for injured fellow seamer Suranga Lakmal, responded impressively with two for 26 in six overs. England lost wickets either side of a fourth-wicket stand of 118 between Jonathan Trott (72) and Eoin Morgan (57) after captain Alastair Cook won the toss and batted in initially overcast conditions. Craig Kieswetter (43) and Cook (31), who'd shared an unbroken stand of 171 in England's crushing 10-wicket win at Trent Bridge on Wednesday, enjoyed another rapid first wicket stand. But from 85 without loss, England slumped as three wickets fell for 10 runs in 19 balls. They scored a six and eight fours in the first nine overs but only managed five fours in the next 41. Cook, who had made 119 and 95 not out in his previous two innings, was deceived by a ball from the 26-year-old Randiv that turned sharply away from the left-hander and was stumped by Kumar Sangakkara. Kieswetter, who hit five fours and a six, was then bowled by a ball that kept low from Prasad. His exit meant England now had two batsmen at the crease on nought in Trott and Kevin Pietersen. And Pietersen managed just five when he was caught behind off Prasad. ScoreCard England C. Kieswetter b Prasad 43 A Cook st Sangakkara b Randiv 31 J Trott b Randiv 72 K Pietersen c Sangakkara b Prasad 5 E Morgan st Sangakkara b Dilshan 57 I Bell c Kulasekara b Randiv 4 S Patel c Mathews b Randiv 8 T Bresnan c Sangakkara b Randiv 6 G Swann run out 5 J Anderson not out 12 J Dernbach not out 3 Extras: (b1, lb6, w15) 22 Total: (9 wkts, 50 overs) 268 FOW: 1-85, 2-87, 3-95, 4-213, 5-222, 6-233, 7-243, 8-243, 9-253 Bowling: Dilshan 10-0-49-1 (9w); Kulasekara 8-0-51-0 (3w); Malinga 10-0-60-0 (2w); Prasad 6-0-26-2 (1w); Randiv 10-0-42-5; Mendis 6-0-33-0 SRI LANKA Karunaratne c Trott b Bresnan 4 Dilshan c Dernbach b Bresnan 4 Sangakkara b Bresnan 48 Jayawardene c Cook b Anderson 9 Chandimal st Kieswetter b Swann 54 AD Mathews c Bresnan b Dernbach 62 B Mendis c Pietersen b Patel 48 Kulasekara c Morgan b Anderson 4 Randiv run out 0 Malinga b Dernbach 6 Prasad not out 0 EXTRAS: (lb 9, w 4) 13 TOTAL: (all out; 48.2 overs) 252 FOW: 1-7, 2-12, 3-29, 4-123, 5-131, 6-233, 7-245, 8-246, 9-252, 10-252 Bowling: JM Anderson 10-0-55-2-5.50(1w), TT Bresnan 9-0-49-3-5.44(1w), JW Dernbach 9.2-0-49-2-5.25, SR Patel 10-0-49-1-4.0, GP Swann 10-2-41-1-4.10(1w).