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Sri Lanka can wrap-up the three-Test series against Pakistan in Colombo, but they will have to do so without Muttiah Muralitharan.
The world's leading Test and one-day bowler has failed to recover from the knee injury that ruled him out of the enthralling first Test in Galle.
Sri Lanka team manager Brendon Kuruppu confirmed Murali had improved considerably but will sit out the second Test on his home ground as a precautionary measure.
"He won't be playing the Test, but that's more as a precaution than anything else," Kuruppu said. "We are confident Murali will play the third Test."
Sri Lanka were gifted the opportunity to secure the series 2-0 after Pakistan, chasing a modest target of 168 runs to win, collapsed from a comfortable 71-2 to 117 all out, losing their last eight wickets for 46 runs.
Ironically, Sri Lanka's hero was left-arm spinner Rangana Herath, who was flown in from England where he was playing league cricket two days before the Test to replace Muralitharan.
Herath, 31, grabbed a career-best 4-15 from 11.3 overs in the second innings to rip through Pakistan and win the man of the match award.
The tourists last played at the P. Sara Oval ground in 2002, losing by 41 runs to Australia during a series that was shifted to neutral venues due to security concerns in Pakistan.
Left-arm pace bowler Mohammad Aamer starred in the opening Test with three wickets in each innings, while fellow-rookies Abdur Rauf and Saeed Ajmal shared eight scalps between them.
But the batting let the tourists down with none of the top three, Salman Butt, Khurram Manzoor and skipper Younus Khan, amassing a score of note.
Veteran Mohammad Yousuf hit a century in the first innings on his return to Test cricket after an 18-month absence, but his dismissal for 12 on the fourth morning turned the tables on Pakistan.
"The younger guys in the team could not take the pressure of a Test match," said Younus.
"When I am under pressure, I go back to the basics. They should do the same."
Essex leg-spinner Danish Kaneria and all-rounder Abdur Razzaq, who were surprisingly left out of the Galle Test, will be hoping for a recall in Colombo.
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