England wicketkeeper Jos Buttler prepared for the seven-match One-Day International (ODI) series against Sri Lanka scheduled to begin on November 26 with a net session. The tall right-hander, who scored the fastest ever ODI century for England — finally scoring 121 off 74 balls — against Sri Lanka earlier this year, will be keen to have another go at the Sri Lankan bowling attack. Buttler has come a long way since that innings, making an impressive Test debut against India in the series that followed. He scored two fifties in his first three Tests, with a highest score of 85. Buttler is known for being a big-hitting batsman, and could have a crucial role to play for England in the ICC World Cup 2015.