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Broad doubt for second Test
Stuart Broad is a doubt for England's second Test against Sri Lanka.
Broad appeared uncomfortable when he came out to bat on day four of England's 75-run defeat in the first match in Galle.
The England and Wales Cricket Board confirmed he sustained an injury in his right calf and, with just five days before the next match in Colombo he faces a fight to be fit.
There were question marks over Broad's fitness earlier in the tour too, after he tripped over a boundary rope and sprained his ankle before the first tour match.
He was passed fit to play in a two-man seam attack for the first Test, but England would be loathe to risk him again if there is a chance of aggravating his calf problem.
Tim Bresnan and Steven Finn are the replacement seamers in England's squad and both would come into contention if Broad was ruled out.
England captain Andrew Strauss said: "He's got a tight calf. We don't know anything more at this stage about the extent of the injury but obviously we'll find out in the next few days."