Steve Smith will sit out the rest of the second Ashes Test due to delayed concussion following his injury from Jofra Archer's bowling.
Play was set to resume at 12.10pm local time at Lord's after early rain caused a delay to proceedings on the fifth day of the second Test.
Dimuth Karunaratne ended his wait for a ninth Test century as he hit 122 in Sri Lanka's six-wicket victory over New Zealand.
Australia batsman Steve Smith starred once again during the Ashes but Lord's held its breath when he was struck by a Jofra Archer bouncer.
Chris Woakes eventually claimed the prized wicket of Steve Smith but feared for the Australia star when he was hit by Jofra Archer.
Jofra Archer and Steve Smith engaged in a thrilling, frightening duel of the highest quality on day four of the second Ashes Test.
Steve Smith was given a major injury scare at Lord's where Jofra Archer's bouncer hit his neck, knocking the Australian off his feet.
Australia batsman Steve Smith was chasing a third century of the Ashes series when he was struck on the head by a Jofra Archer bouncer.
Sri Lanka had victory in sight by stumps on day four as their record-setting openers starred in the first Test against New Zealand.
England were facing the familiar problem of just how to get the wicket of Australia's Steve Smith on day four of the Ashes Test at Lord's.