Preview: Roshen Silva hit an unbeaten half-century to put Sri Lanka in command of the second Test after stretching their lead to 312 against Bangladesh in Dhaka on Friday.
Silva was batting on 58, his second fifty in the game, which came amid a regular fall of wickets on what seemed a difficult batting pitch at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium.
The highest successful run-chase at the ground is England's 209-1 against the hosts in 2010.
"I don't think it is possible to get more than 300 runs on this wicket. It is common sense but cricket is a funny game," Silva told reporters.
"We bowled them out for 100 and we wanted to get more than 300-plus runs actually.
"We passed it," added Silva, playing just his third Test since his debut in India last year.