Shaminda Eranga has been discharged from hospital in Dublin after doctors found nothing unusual in the tests they had conducted on him, the Sri Lanka team management has said.
Eranga had been taken to hospital when his heart-rate had spiked in the innings break of the second ODI against Ireland, and had been under observation for over 24 hours.
Though his heartbeat had been recorded as high as 220 beats per minute, he had been in a stable condition since the initial incident, and has now been given the all-clear to fly home.
The Sri Lanka side has already travelled to Nottingham for the first ODI against England, but Eranga is unlikely to join them, as he has been suspended by the ICC, who have deemed his action illegal. Eranga now faces the challenge of remedying his action before he can return to international cricket, though he is free to play domestic cricket.
"Eranga will have to go back, work with the fast-bowling coaches, and come back strong," captain Angelo Mathews said ahead of the first ODI. "We are very confident he will come through both - his condition as well as his action - so we are very supportive of him and the whole team are behind him."
Eranga has not been a fixture in Sri Lanka's limited-overs sides over the past three years, but when fit, he has been in the frontline Test attack. He has 57 Test wickets at an average of 37.50, from 19 matches.