Vice-captain Mathews returns for Sri Lanka for second Test
13:03 GMT, 31 March 2012
Sri Lanka have made two changes to their squad for the second Test against England.
All-rounder Angelo Mathews, who is also the vice-captain of the side, is back in the squad after missing the hosts' first Test victory with a calf strain.
He takes the place of Chamara Silva in the squad and will be available only as a batsman, placing Dinesh Chandimal in most danger of losing his place in the XI.
Left-arm seamer Chanaka Welegedera, who took the new ball in the 75-run win in Galle, has been struggling with a groin strain and is not fit to play at the P.Sara Stadium in Colombo on Tuesday.
Shaminda Eranga, who has one Test cap, has been called up in his place and will do battle with Dhammika Prasad for a spot in the team.
Sri Lanka's first Test victory was their first on home soil since Muttiah Muralitharan's retirement in July 2010.