England registered a commanding 211-run victory against Sri Lanka in Galle.
By dismissing England captain Joe Root, Sri Lanka spinner Rangana Herath scalped his 100th wicket at the Galle International Stadium.
Sri Lanka went down 1-3 in the five one-day internationals and also lost a one-off Twenty20 match against England.
Rangana Herath will be looking to bring down the curtain on his long and glittering Test career with some big name England scalps in Galle this week.
Herath, who is the last active Test cricketer to have made his debut in the 1990s, currently holds the No.7 spot in the ICC Test bowlers rankings.
Sri Lanka on Monday completed a 2-0 Test sweep of South Africa to record their first series win over the Proteas since 2006 after Rangana Herath wreaked havoc with six wickets.
Rangana Herath surpassed Pakistan bowling great Wasim Akram as the most successful left-arm bowler in Test history with 415 wickets.
Off-spinner Akila Dananjaya claimed five wickets in an innings on debut as Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 215 runs in the second Test to win the two-Test series 1-0 in Dhaka on Saturday.
Sri Lanka spinners led by Rangana Herath took three crucial wickets late in day four to leave Bangladesh with an uphill task of saving the opening Test in Chittagong on Saturday.
Rangana Herath, who last month became the first left-arm spinner to take 400 Test wickets, has been ineffective on this tour against India so far.