Sri Lanka batsman Roshen Silva watches as England fielder Keaton Jennings (R) takes a catch to dismiss the batsman during Day 2 of the third Test match at Colombo on Saturday. Photo: Collected

Sri Lanka were dismissed for 240, conceding a first-innings lead of 96 runs, on day two of the third and final test against England on Saturday, report agencies.
Dimuth Karunaratne (83) and Dhananjaya de Silva (73) scored the bulk of the runs for the hosts while Adil Rashid (5-49) and Ben Stokes (3-30) shared eight wickets between them for England. The hosts had reached 173-1 in reply to England’s 336 but lost nine wickets for 67 runs to be dismissed for 240. Adil Rashid finished with Test-best figures of 5-49, Ben Stokes claimed 3-30 and Keaton Jennings took four fine catches at short leg. England closed on 3-0, leading by 99 runs.
England hold an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series.