&nbsp; <p></p> <p></p><strong>Nov 29, 2014</strong> <p></p> <p></p>Alastair Cook followed Ian Bell back into the pavilion as England lost the third wicket as early as the 10th over of the innings. Cook made a measly 22 of 37 balls, but his wicket leaves England tottering at 37 for 3. <p></p> <p></p>Before Cook, Ian Bell was dismissed for 11 of 12 balls in an attempt to up the ante in the second One-day international between Sri Lanka and England in Colombo. Bell, went down the track and tried to lift Rangana Herath over the infield but only managed to get elavation but no distance as Thissara Perera took a well judged catch covering some ground but keeping his eyes on the ball . <p></p> <p></p>Earlier England won the toss and elected to bat first in the second One-Day international against Sri Lanka at the R Premadasa stadium in Colombo. The Start of the the second One-Day international between Sri Lanka and England at the R Premadasa stadium in Colombo was rescheduled to 11:15 am. The match has been reduced to 45 overs per side. The delay was caused by Scattered thunderstorms that Colombo has been at the receiving end of. In case the match is not completed today, it contunies from where it stops today. there is a reserve day for each of the seven ODIs, keeping in mind that rain is expected to play a part at this time of the year.