England v Sri Lanka - photos from third Test day four

Nightwatchman James Anderson returns to the pavillion after his early dismissal
Nightwatchman James Anderson helps England get off a brisk start as they look to build their lead on the fourth morning, contributing 27 runs before falling to Chanaka Welegedara
Chanaka Welegedara
Chanaka Welegedara celebrates claiming the wicket of James Anderson as Sri Lanka make their first breakthrough of the day, but there remains much work for the tourists to do in a series that's slipping away
Ian Bell (centre) and Eoin Morgan (right) help England extend their lead
Anderson's dismissal brings Ian Bell (centre) and Eoin Morgan (right) together, and they begin to extend England's lead
Ian Bell passed his century just after the lunch interval
Shortly after lunch Ian Bell becomes the first Test centurion at the Rose Bowl, his third of the year and the 14th of his career
Mahela Jayawardene
Mahela Jayawardene struggles to enjoy the weather at the Rose Bowl - but unlike Saturday's rain-disrupted play, England and Sri Lanka continue to play on through two minor showers.
James Anderson
Monday's poor weather forecast means England will want to try and make inroads into Sri Lanka's batting line-up on Sunday, with James Anderson leading the bowling attack
Umpires Rod Tucker and Aleem Dar
Dark clouds overhead cause some concern for umpires Rod Tucker and Aleem Dar but they decide to put the floodlights on rather than take the players off the pitch
Ian Bell drops a catch
Shortly after the floodlights go on, Ian Bell drops a close-quarters catch off the bowling of Jimmy Anderson
Lahiru Thirimanne is on the receiving end of a thunderous Stuart Broad delivery
Sri Lanka batsman Lahiru Thirimanne reacts to being hit by a Stuart Broad delivery which strikes his hand then then thumps into his chest, but avoids serious injury and carries on playing
England captain Andrew Strauss is congratulated by his team-mates
England captain Andrew Strauss leads the celebrations as he finally catches out Sri Lanka's Lahiru Thirimanne after a stubborn innings of 38
Alastair Cook looks on Kumar Sangakkara plays a shot for Sri Lanka
With Thirimanne gone, the experienced Kumar Sangakkara took over the job of steering the Sri Lankan innings towards the close of play
Stuart Broad appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of Rangana Herath
Stuart Broad has to wait for his chance after the new ball is given to Chris Tremlett but returns to the bowling attack full of fury when his chances comes
Ian Bell leaves the field at the close of play
England end the day in the ascendancy, and Ian Bell is applauded off the field by his team-mates for his century which put them in charge