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  • India-England second test match to begin at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London
  • All eyes will be on the pitch of Lord’s Cricket Ground, one of the most prestigious cricket grounds
  • The first test was washed out due to rain, now how will the weather of London be for the next five days

The second test match of the five-match test series is starting today between India and England. (India vs England 2nd test). The first match of the series was declared a draw as it was not completed due to rain. Now the fans will be hoping that the weather remains kind in the second Test so that five days of great Test cricket adventure can be seen. The match is going to be held at Lord’s Cricket Ground, one of the oldest and most prestigious cricket grounds in the world and popularly known as ‘Home of Cricket’. This match is located in the capital of England, London, in such a situation, along with England’s spectators, a large number of Indian cricket fans are also expected to come on the field.

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Both the teams are going to be seen trying hard in the second Test for the next five days (12 August to 16 August) at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. Some players from both Team India and England have been ruled out due to injuries just before the second test match, so the curiosity remains as to which players will be compensated and whether those players will be on the Lord’s pitch. Will you be able to spread your flame or not? While Indian all-rounder Shardul Thakur has been ruled out of the second Test, England’s legendary all-rounder Stuart Broad has been ruled out of the entire Test series due to injury, which is the third major setback after the exclusion of Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer.

Pitch Report of India vs England second test match (England vs India second test match Pitch Report)

The second test match between India and England is being played at the Lord’s Cricket Ground in London. According to the latest estimates, the first day on this pitch is going to be very difficult for the batsmen, regardless of which team they belong to, as both the teams have one capable bowler. Especially fast bowlers can be seen wreaking havoc with the new ball in the first few sessions of this match, so the openers and top-order batsmen of both the teams will have to start with restraint. If we look at the history of Lord’s, then after two days of the match on this pitch, the batsmen can be seen to be relieved i.e. from the third day they can expect a rain of runs. But the question will remain whether the weather will support or not. The scores and results of the last five Test matches at Lord’s Cricket Ground are as follows.

  • May 2018 – England vs Pakistan – (England – 184 & 242) – (Pakistan – 363 & 66/1) – Match Draw
  • August 2018 – India VS England – (India – 107 & 130) – (England – 396/7 innings declared) – England won by innings and 159 runs
  • July 2019 – England vs Ireland – (England – 85 & 303) – (Ireland – 207 & 38) – England won by 143 runs
  • August 2019 – England vs Australia – (England – 258 and 258/5 innings declared) – (Australia – 250 and 154/6) – Match draw
  • June 2021 – England vs New Zealand – (New Zealand – 378 and 169/6 innings declared) – (England – 275 and 170/3) – Match draw
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What will be the weather of London for five days (12 August to 16 August 2021)

Cricket fans of both England and the visiting team India will now be celebrating that like the first Test, the second Test should not be lost due to rain. So for the time being, the good news is that for the next five days i.e. between August 12 and August 16, there is little chance of rain in this corner of England (London). The sky will be cloudy and the wind will blow but there is no prediction of rain. On the first day of the match, the maximum temperature in London is expected to be 23 degree centigrade and the minimum temperature is 13 degree centigrade. For the five days, the temperature situation will also keep going up and down by one or two centigrade, but there is little chance of rain all day. In such a situation, it seems that the fans will get to see another complete Test match. Of course there is no chance of rain, but it should also not be forgotten that since the ICC World Cup 2019 till now, all the cricket matches in England have been rained, the weather here takes a momentary turn, in such a situation, you can expect this. That the rain clouds should stay away from London.


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