The third Test between Sri Lanka and England will be held at the Lord’s Cricket Ground on Thursday. This marks the 132nd Test match on the ground in 132 years.
England has secured wins in the series as 2-0.
However, Sri Lankan critics say that playing in the ground will be positive to the local team.
The previous two games were held at the Headingley stadium and Emirates Durham International Cricket Ground situated in North England where the climate is chilly.
Sri Lanka claimed the title against England in 2014 at the Lord’s Ground.