That's a wrap of our coverage for this game. You can track all the latest developments regarding Chandimal's hearing on our site. Until next time, it's goodbye!
Holder, WI captain: Happy. Played some reasonable cricket in this game, probably not our best. Yesterday was a tough day in the field, weren't as disciplined as we should've been. It's obviously a concern (no-balls). We were better overall, were a lot more behind the line. It's an issue that hasn't gone unheard.
Gabriel, MoM: It's a great feeling. If someone had said to me today that I would've taken 100 Test wickets, I would've called him crazy. I've been preparing well before this series, getting myself fit. I'm okay. As long as I'm getting wickets, aches go away. Well supported by the other bowlers - Kemar, who was unlucky in this Test but kept running in. Anything other than a loss is good.
Chandimal, SL captain: I'm really happy with the way we played. Throughout the five days we played outstanding cricket. We had a chance to win if weather had permitted. Credit to West Indies bowling attack, they have some really good bowlers. In these conditions, it's tough to score runs. Have to improve as a team. We all know Rangana is a legend. But as a tactical move, we played Akila. He bowled well but the pitch didn't help him much. Gabriel bowled really well. He's a really good bowler.
A Test match that included some fantastic performances - Gabriel's sensational 13-wicket haul including an 8-fer in the second innings, Chandimal's brilliant hundred on a tough first-day pitch, the combined efforts of the Lankan bowlers - but is likely to be remembered for the tampering charges levelled at the Lankan skipper, who has appealed against it and will be appearing at a hearing at some point later on. Sri Lanka didn't take the field on the morning of Day 3 in protest, losing a good part of two hours or even more. Isn't that ironical considering how the match has ended. Let's hear from the presentations..
17:44 Local Time, 21:44 GMT, 03:14 IST: So that's it, play has been called off. The second Test ends in a draw. There was another shower which sealed the deal for the umpires.
17:06 Local Time, 21:06 GMT, 02:36 IST: Umpire Aleem Dar is reading something in a book, I wonder what he is reading? Umpires are taking the reading from the lightmeter again. And they are going off the field, another halt in play. Sri Lankans are hesitant to go back, they are literally crawling. Skipper Dinesh Chandimal shakes his head after having a conversation with umpires. Light is only going to get worse from here, so have we seen the final ball of this Test match?
Umpire Aleem Dar is having a look at the light meter. In fact he is keeping it at the stumps to note the reading. He seems to be fine with the reading. And we will continue.
Now, light meter comes in the middle. Umpire Aleem Dar keeps it in the pocket for the time being.
Lahiru Kumara [9.0-2-28-0] is back into the attack
Two slips and a FSL in place.
16:48 Local Time, 20:48 GMT, 02:18 IST: We are back after the rain break. Windies have to survive 23 overs to save this Test.
16:34 Local Time, 20:34 GMT, 02:04 IST: There's been no rain for the last 30 minutes or so, and we're awaiting an update for the resumption. With every minute lost, Sri Lanka's chances of pulling this off continue to slip. This doesn't seem to be a pitch where you can blow lower-orders away.
15:32 Local Time, 19:32 GMT, 01:02 IST: The uninvited guest, rain is back. Windies will be delighted with this. Not a day in this match on which rain hasn't arrived at the ground. It is belting down, absolutely belting down at the moment. This is the hardest it has rained in this Test match. Wind is blowing swiftly too and groundsmen are struggling to get hold of the covers. We are in for a long delay.
Jason Holder, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Lakmal to Shai Hope, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!
Silly point, FSL and a slip in.
Round the wicket now.
Two slips, leg-slip and a short cover.
Changing the angle. Round the wicket now. on the pads and flicked to the leg-side
Welcome back folks for the final session of this Test match. Sri lanka need a wicket quickly in the session.
14:40 Local Time, 18:40 GMT, 00:10 IST: So it's all boiled down to the final session of the match. Only two results possible from here on. Either a Lankan win or a draw. However, looking at how the past two hours have panned out, it's possibly heading towards a draw. Shai Hope who was injured by Kumara came back in to join hands with Brathwaite after Dowrich's dismissal. Since then, the pair has looked unfazed by the Lankan bowlers. Be it the short and nasty stuff by Kumara or the spin of Akila Dhananjaya. The two batsmen have negotiated over 32 overs and the visitors have tried their best to break this stand. They haven't found success though. Can they do that in the final session of the day? Join us in 20 to find that out.
Dhananjaya de Silva, right-arm off break, comes into the attack
Suranga Lakmal [11.0-3-24-1] is back into the attack
Time for some hydration for the two batsmen. Physio is having a chat with Hope, but he's fine. Can carry on. Meanwhile, Lanka searching for the wicket. These two have played close to 30 overs since they have joined hands.
Kasun Rajitha [9.0-3-15-2] is back into the attack
Time for drinks! Sri Lanka six wickets away, but they'll have to earn those wickets. Windies in no mood to throw them away, as shown by Shai Hope who's battling it out there with an injured rib. Proper cricket.
Fielder goes back for the pull. Kumara goes round the wicket
Lahiru Kumara [6.0-2-18-0] is back into the attack
Shai Hope, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Dananjaya to Dowrich, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Akila Dananjaya [3.0-0-6-0] is back into the attack
Welcome back. A few clouds have gathered overhead as the players make their way out. The way this is going, the two likely results are a draw or a Sri Lankan win. Don't think the target is in the minds of the hosts as yet. Survival is the priority. Lakmal..
12:01 Local Time, 16:01 GMT, 21:31 IST: Sri Lankan team are jubilant as they leave the field for the lunch break. High fives all around. This morning has belonged to two hostile fast bowlers Shannon Gabriel and Lahiru Kumara. Both will give nightmares to many batsmen in the future. Gabriel wrapped up the Lankan innings in a blink of an eye. And then the debutant Rajitha came to the party and dislodged Devon Smith and Kieran Powell in the same over. Then, Lahiru Kumara delivered an absolute brute of a ball to retire hurt Shai Hope and Lakmal disturbed the furniture of Chase just 5 minutes before the lunch break. 7 wickets to go, 2 sessions and rain delay expected. This is transpiring into a tasty encounter. Join us after the break.
Three slips, gully and FSL in place.
Kasun Rajitha [8.0-2-15-2] is back into the attack
Shane Dowrich, right handed bat, comes to the crease
Lakmal to Roston Chase, THAT'S OUT!! Bowled!!
Some good news coming on Shai Hope. There is no fracture and he will come back to bat in the innings.
Suranga Lakmal [4.0-1-8-0] is back into the attack
A slip, leg-slip and FSL in place.
Akila Dananjaya, right-arm off break, comes into the attack
Shai Hope is going back to the dressing room with the physio. This is the last thing that Windies would have wanted. He is one of the better batsmen in this Windies line-up and they would have expected him to contribute in this innings. But the pain the Lahiru Kumara has inflicted on him is way too much and he is not in a position to carry-on.
Lahiru Kumara, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack
Rajitha to K Powell, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Kieran Powell, left handed bat, comes to the crease
Rajitha to Devon Smith, THAT'S OUT!! Caught!!
Some problem with the landing area, it's been repaired, been levelled with a sledge-hammer.
Kasun Rajitha, right-arm fast medium, comes into the attack
Kraigg Brathwaite and Devon Smith are at the crease. Kraigg Brathwaite is on strike. Lakmal will open the attack