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England off-spinner Graeme Swann took three wickets for four runs in just over six overs to clean up the Sri Lankan tail shortly before lunch on the second day of the second and final test on Wednesday.
Swann finished with figures of four for 75 as Sri Lanka were bowled out for 275 in their first innings after winning the toss and electing to bat.
At lunch, England were 11 for no loss in reply, with openers Andrew Strauss (4) and Alastair Cook (7) at the crease.
Sri Lanka, who resumed on 238-6, were only able to add a further 37 runs to their overnight total for the last four wickets against some tight bowling by the visiting attack.
Suraj Randiv (12) became Swann's first victim of the day when he threw away his wicket attempting to take the fight to the spinner soon after he came on, but only succeeded in holing out to a leaping Kevin Pietersen at long-on.
Swann then removed Angelo Mathews for 57 when the Sri Lankan vice captain checked an on-drive which offered England skipper Strauss a routine catch at short mid-wicket.
Tim Bresnan got in on the act when he picked up the wicket of Rangana Herath (2) as the batsman lost patience following a series of blocks and swished at a delivery from outside off stump that caught a faint edge to wicket-keeper Matt Prior.
Swann finished off the Sri Lankan innings by bowling Suranga Lakmal for a duck with a perfect off-break that beat the number 11's defensive prod and zipped between his bat and pad. Dhammika Prasad remained not out on 12.
James Anderson finished with 3-62, Bresnan 2-47 and Steven Finn 1-51.