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THAT'S STUMPS A good fightback by England led by Matthew Hoggard who captured five wickets. However the England selectors will be more concerned about the injuries to James Anderson and Michael Vaughan.
Hoggard carried England's attack in style after Anderson limped out of the three-day contest against a Sri Lanka Cricket Board President's XI.
Yorkshire's Hoggard responded to the latest setback in stunning fashion with a five wicket haul at the Nondescripts Cricket Club.
Having conceded a 164-run deficit on the first innings, Michael Vaughan's team were left without a frontline paceman to partner Hoggard when Anderson complained of discomfort in his left ankle.
It was another blow for England after Steve Harmison suffered a back spasm yesterday. Today he was receiving treatment and swimming in a bid to ease the problem.
If thoughts naturally turned to the limited selection options shaping up ahead of Saturday's opening Test in Kandy, Hoggard at least put a positive slant on it with an opening burst which left the hosts in tatters.
His spell of 9-3-25-5 sent the Sri Lankans crashing to 77 for eight and set up a potential victory chase tomorrow.
Upul Tharanga fell cheaply for the first time in three innings, cleaned up by a beauty, as Hoggard benefited from giving the ball a chance to swing.
Ravi Bopara, thrown the new ball due to injuries, chipped in with the removal of Malinda Warnapura before three wickets in four deliveries from Hoggard left the President's men on 32 for five.
Tillakaratne Dilshan flashed low to second slip, Jehan Mubarak padded up to one which shaped back and Chamara Kapugedera sliced his first ball to gully.
Hoggard completed his five-for when Kaushal Silva nicked an outswinger.
Bopara, meanwhile, continued his own prominence in the contest with involvement in the run-out of Sujeewa de Silva and the removal of Mahela Udawatte, who made 45 before being the penultimate dismissal.
Earlier it had been Bopara's fierce return drive, in a top score of 47, which thundered into leg-spinner Kaushal Lokuarachchi's bowling hand and left him unlikely to play a further part in the match.
Left with only the tail for company, Bopara attempted to make hay while he could, only to perish going for a third boundary in one over - moments later England were dismissed.
Earlier, captain Michael Vaughan, Ian Bell and Kevin Pietersen all succumbed to the new ball to leave the response to the hosts' 298 for nine declared in disarray.
Although Alastair Cook and Owais Shah shored things up until shortly before lunch, the dismissal of the former, to the innings' first over of spin, brought Bopara to the crease at 61 for four.
Left-arm duo de Silva and Chanaka Welegedara created the early havoc, swinging the ball at pace to earn their dismissals.
De Silva, who is in the Sri Lankans' 14-man Test squad, beat a defensive push from Vaughan to clip the stumps.
He then culminated the charmed but short innings of Bell, who was dropped at slip and then caught off a no-ball, by finding the inside edge on the way through to wicketkeeper Silva.
When Welegedara had Pietersen caught behind in the next over, the seventh of the innings, England were 21 for three.
Opener Cook provided the bulk of that total, having leg-glanced the first delivery of the second morning for four.
Although a couple of his six boundaries were through the gap between third slip and gully, Cook also clipped handsomely through the on-side twice when de Silva strayed.
It took the introduction of Lokuarachchi to end a 23-run stand with Shah, whose contribution to the share was zero, as a missed sweep resulted in a leg-before decision.
Shah got off the mark from his 34th delivery thanks to a misfield, having been joined at the crease by Bopara, his rival for the number six spot in the Tests.
Essex's Bopara survived a confident lbw shout second ball to prosper after lunch by working the ball into gaps.
But he was forced to change the pace of his innings after Shah was bowled, driving loosely at Ishara Amerasinghe.
Matt Prior was caught at slip off medium-pacer Kapugedera, via a nick deflected off the wicketkeeper's fingertips, and Hoggard was bowled by de Silva, angling the ball in from around the wicket.
Having flashed a pull and a square drive to the boundary in response to the sudden clatter of wickets, Bopara picked out extra-cover with another attacking stroke.
With Harmison not risked due to his back twinge, things were wrapped up when Anderson was yorked by Welegedara.
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