Woakes, who plays for the Delhi Capitals in the IPL, pulled out the IPL along with compatriots Jonny Bairstow (Sunrisers Hyderabad) and Dawid Malan (Punjab Kings).
Delhi Capitals confirmed that English all-rounder Chris Woakes has pulled out of the tournament due to personal reasons.
Dwarshuis, who was also part of the erstwhile Kings XI Punjab side in the IPL earlier, will be joining the Delhi Capitals team bio-bubble in the UAE soon, the franchise said on Monday.
Jonny Bairstow, Dawid Malan, Chris Woakes pull out of IPL with six-day quarantine rule being one of the reasons
While Bairstow is a regular in the Sunrisers line-up, world number one T20 batsman Malan made his IPL debut with Kings earlier this year.
Thakur's half-century at least put India into a competitive position, unlike in the third test when the tourists were dismissed for 78 and ended up losing inside four days at Headingley.
Jofra Archer is recovering from an elbow surgery and not ready to play, while Woakes suffered a bruised heel last week and is expected to be available later in the series.
England first folded Sri Lanka for 185 and chased down the target inside 35 overs.
England all-rounder Chris Woakes' last international cap in T20 format came in November 2015 against Pakistan.
Woakes made his debut for Capitals in their opening clash against Chennai Super Kings at the Wankhede Stadium on April 10. He returned with figures of 2-18 in his three overs.
Woakes was retained by Delhi Capitals despite him pulling out of the last edition due to family reasons.
England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said in a statement that it will make an assessment of all-rounder Ben Stokes' availability after the conclusion of the trial in Bristol.
India slumped to 130 all out in their second innings, with James Anderson taking his 100th Test wicket at Lord's en route to four for 23.
Replacing Ben Stokes wasn't an easy job but Woakes made the most of his opportunity by getting Indian captain Virat Kohli on the second day and followed it up with his maiden Test hundred.
The 29-year-old was recalled for the second Test of this five-match series after England omitted fellow pace-bowling all-rounder Ben Stokes because of the Durham star's ongoing trial for affray.
England lead this five-match series 1-0 after a 31-run win in the first Test at Edgbaston last week.