The England Cricket Board has confirmed that Eoin Morgan will captain the team against Sri Lanka in the fourth one day international after Alastair Cook was banned for one game for a slow over rate.
England captain Alistair Cook has been suspended for one match after being found guilty of a slow over rate in the recent win over Sri Lanka.
Cook was also fined 20% of his match fee after a similar transgression at Cardiff last summer.
England now head back to Colombo on Thursday just 2-1 down, with four to play in the one-day series.
Before the punishment was handed out, Cook said: "It will be what it will be. We'll plead our case. It is incredibly tough on a big ground, the ball going everywhere in the last few overs - and also how long it takes the batsman to come out.
"I don't know whether that will get me anywhere. We will see."
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Sri Lanka made a healthy total of 242-8 in their 35 overs against England in the third one-day international.
The hosts had Lahiru Thirimanne to thank, after the middle order batsman struck an unbeaten 62.
Few England bowlers came out of the innings with any credit, but Chris Woakes took 3-41 from his seven overs.
Heavy rain in Sri Lanka delayed the the third one-day international in Hambantota.
The game was reduced to 35 overs per side after more than three hours off the pitch.
When play did resume at the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium. Hambantota, England looked impressive, having lost the opening two matches of the series.
The home team were reduced to 60-3 after 12.2 overs thanks to the bowling of openers of Steven Finn and Chris Woakes, with the latter taking two wickets.
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