Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal will not feature in the second Test against England starting on Wednesday, November 14, 2018. The match will be played at the Pallekele International Cricket Stadium in Pallekele, Kandy.

Live updates: England lead by 46 runs

England 290 all-out 1st innings

Sri Lanka 336/10

The day's play will start at 10:00 AM local, 4:30 AM GMT.

England is leading the three-match Test series 1-0, after a resounding win in Galle last week.

Sri Lanka slumped to a 211-run loss in the farewell match of the legendary spinner Rangana Herath. England's wicketkeeper-batsman Ben Foakes was awarded the man of the match for his fighting century in the first innings.

Sky Sports Live Streaming Details

Sky Sports will provide the live coverage on its network in the United Kingdom, while SkyGo app and website avail live streaming for its subscribers in the UK.

MTV channel will broadcast the Test series live in Sri Lanka. SonyLiv will also stream the matches live for the premium user on its app and website across the Indian subcontinent.

Foakes to keep wickets in the second Test

Chandimal has been ruled out for the Test series due to a groin injury.

His deputy Suranga Lakmal will lead the team for the rest of the series. According to ESPN Cricinfo, uncapped player Charith Asalanka has been named as his replacement. With Herath retiring from international cricket, it is expected that Malinda Pushpakumara will find a spot in the XI for this Test.

England would be feeling on top of the world after pulling off an outstanding victory in Galle. Cricbuzz reported that captain Joe Root has said that Foakes will be keeping wickets for rest of the series, after an impressive century on his Test debut.

With Johnny Bairstow fit, England may choose only one between him and Jos Butler. There is a slight possibility that Stuart Board will come back into the side with conditions favouring seamers in Pallekele.

The Pallekele pitch has been renowned for being good for batting, but the recent rainfall in the area might have resulted in some moisture on the wicket. This will surely help the new ball bowlers to get something out from this surface. There is a chance of rain through the five days of the Test, and we might lose some of the game time.

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