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Sri Lanka 231 and 322 (Sangakkara 66, Kapugedera 50, Panesar 5-78) beat England 229 and 190 (Strauss 55, Muralitharan 8-70) by 134 runs
Bulletin - Muralitharan's brilliance destroys England
News - Flintoff suffering with ankle injury
Andrew Miller - Muralitharan exploits the arrogance
Audio - Murali does it again
Quotes - Jayawardene: 'It feels like a series win'
Caption Competition results - Of swans and squirrels
Bulletin - Flintoff drives England but Sri Lanka keep fighting
Andrew Miller - Swinging onto centre stage
Will Luke - Vaas teaches his batsmen a lesson in defence
Audio - A bright and sunny start
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