Shaminda Eranga was suspended by ICC on Sunday for suspect bowling action during Test series © Getty Images
Shaminda Eranga was suspended by ICC on Sunday for suspect bowling action during Test series © Getty Images

Sri Lanka’s pacer Shaminda Eranga has been discharged from Dublin hospital after doctors have found nothing unusual through the various Tests taken. Sri Lanka team management have confirmed the news on Tuesday morning. Eranga was hospitalised on Saturday with regards to heart ailment right after the final ODI against Ireland completed. He was kept under observation immediately as soon as he was hospitalised. Though his heartbeat had been recorded as high as 220 beats per minute, he had been in a stable condition since the initial incident, and has now been given the all-clear to fly home. Sri Lanka are already at Nottingham for their 1st ODI against England, but Eranga is unlikrly to join along due to his health as well as his suspension in International cricket for his illegal action. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: England vs Sri Lanka, 1st ODI match at Nottingham

Eranga now faces the challenge of remedying his action before he can return to international cricket, though he is free to play domestic cricket. Skipper Angelo Mathews spoke to ESPNcricinfo.com and said, “Eranga will have to go back, work with the fast-bowling coaches, and come back strong. We are very confident he will come through both – his condition as well as his action – so we are very supportive of him and the whole team are behind him.” ALSO READ: Angelo Matthews: Shaminda Eranga’s racing heartbeat was shocking

Eranaga has not been a permanent part of the squad for Sri Lanka, but he has been at the top when it comes to Test cricket. He has 57 Test wickets at an average of 37.50, from 19 matches. England are coming with Test series win and will aim to continue their winning form against Sri Lanka.