England won the second test with 57 points on the final day at Sri Lanka and Pallekele International Stadium in Sri Lanka for the first time in 17 years in Sri Lanka.
The tourists who scored 211 at Galle's first game were victorious in the second test in 32 minutes on Sunday.
Sri Lanka scored 75 points to secure a victory in the second leg of the AFC Champions League group stage in Scotland on Sunday. However, Maureen Ali added 17 points before Jack Richie dried up and grabbed Pushpakuma and confirmed the victory.
The opportunity to advance Sri Lanka's difficult victory was largely dominated by overnight batter Niroshan Dickwella, but when Ben Stokes made a good catch on his first slip, wicketkeeper-batsman was disbanded by Ali (4-72) Quickly disappeared.
Scotland's Susanga Lakmal scored Ali's goal to lead England to Sri Lanka's first series by a NASCAR Hussein team's 2-1 victory in 2001.
Leach (5-83) finished the victory when he took a comeback catch at Pushpakumara and won his five virgins. The third arm of the Spinner left the game with a match score of 8 to 153.
England captain Joe Root named the man in his spectacular 124 race, which allowed him to bring England to 346 games in the second innings after acknowledging a 46-point deficit in his first inning.
The third and final test will be held at Colombo in Shinhalas Sports Club from Friday.
Sri Lankan captain Dinesh Chandimal is expected to return from a final test that missed his second match due to a groin injury. The referee is likely to miss the off-spinner Akila Dananjaya after his actions are reported as a suspect in Galle. He is expected to take the test abroad.
England's Sam Curran's strength will be assessed even after the side deformation does not occupy the field in the second inning of Sri Lanka.
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