Cook sets up victory shot against Sri Lanka

LONDON, June 6, 2011 (AFP) - England gave themselves a chance to win their Test series against Sri Lanka with a match to spare after losing skipper Andrew Strauss for a duck at Lord's here on Monday.
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The hosts, at stumps on the fourth day of the second Test, were 149 for two in their second innings -- a lead of 156 -- with Alastair Cook 61 not out.
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Cook, under skies brightened by the Lord's floodlights, helped England recover from none for one after Strauss's exit and together with Jonathan Trott (58) put on 117 for the second wicket.

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Kevin Pietersen, despite coming in when Rangana Herath was on -- left-arm spinners, including Herath, have removed him 19 times in Tests -- was unbeaten on 15.

England had dismissed Sri Lanka for just 82 inside 25 overs to force an improbable innings and 14-run win in the similarly rain-interrupted first Test in Cardiff.

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But here they still have 98 overs left on Tuesday's final day in which to achieve a win that would put them 2-0 up in this three-match series.

And the time remaining means a Sri Lanka victory can't be ruled out completely either.

Fast bowler Steven Finn, whose return of four for 108 saw the 22-year-old, in his 12th match at

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