Sarfaraz Ahmed, Shoaib Malik left out as Pakistan name squad for West Indies series
Ninth-wicket partnership of 107 with Embuldeniya hurts West Indies and their hopes of victory in Galle.
Ramesh Mendis 6/70 helped Sri Lanka restrict West Indies to 253 before the hosts ended day three on 46/2, trailing by 3 runs.
Pakistan openers added second century partnership in match followed 146 runs in the first innings with 151 in the second.
West Indies end the rain-hit second day on 69 for 1 after bowling Sri Lanka out for 204.
Chase dismissed Karunaratne for 42 after another century opening stand.
Indian spinners helped India get on top before the visitors walked away with a draw.
Pakistan is just 93 runs away from registering a victory over Bangladesh in the ongoing first Test at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium.
New Zealand lost Young in a tall chase of 284, needs another 280 runs on final day.
At stumps, Bangladesh score read 39/4 pick a 44-run first innings lead.