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  • india vs england 2nd test live
  • Both the teams face off at Lord’s
  • India scored 364 runs in the first innings

London: The second match of the five-Test series is being played between India and England. Both the teams face off at the historic Lord’s ground. Today is the third day of the game. In reply to India’s 364, England scored 376 runs for the loss of 8 wickets in their first innings at the end of 125 overs. Captain Joe Root is at the crease with 170 runs and James Anderson without opening an account. Ollie Robinson became the victim of Siraj after scoring 6 runs. Mark Wood was run out on a personal score of 5 runs. Let us inform that England had scored 119 for three in their first innings till stumps on the second day.

Jonny Bairstow becomes victim of Siraj

England got the fourth blow in the form of Jonny Bairstow. Bairst returned to the pavilion with a half-century. He scored 57 runs in 107 balls with 7 fours. Bairstow remained unbeaten on 6 on the second day and added 51 runs to his innings the next day. His innings ended in the 79th over by Mohammad Siraj. Bairstow gave the catch to captain Kohli. His wicket fell on the total score of 283. Bairstow put on a crucial 121-run partnership for the fourth wicket with Joe Root and saved England from faltering.

Jos Buttler could not play big innings

England’s fifth wicket fell as Jos Buttler. Butler could not play a big innings and was dismissed after scoring 23 runs. He faced 42 balls and hit 4 fours. He was bowled by Ishant Sharma in the 91st over. Bairstow is completely dodged on the inswing ball and the bails are shattered. He returned to the pavilion with a total score of 283. He added 54 runs for the fifth wicket with Joe Root. Buttler’s performance in the first Test has not been anything special. He scored zero in the first innings and 17 runs in the second innings at Trent Bridge.

Moeen and Sam got out in the same over

Ishant Sharma gave two blows to England in the 111th over. He sent Moeen Ali off the fifth ball of the over and Sam Curran on the last ball. Moin played a faulty shot and gave a catch to Kohli at slips. Kohli took a superb catch. Moeen scored 27 runs in 72 balls. He hit 4 fours in his innings. His wicket fell on a total score of 341. Moeen shared a 58-run partnership for the sixth wicket with Joe Root. At the same time, Sam, who came to bat after Moin, could not even open his account.

England did not have a good start in the first innings. Openers Rory Burns (40) and Dom Sibley (11) did not allow the Indian bowlers to get success in the first 14 overs but Siraj created a ruckus in the England camp in the 15th over with two wickets in successive deliveries. Sibley rewarded his wicket by flicking the on-side ball off Siraj, despite being fielder in the form of Rahul at short midwicket. Haseeb Hameed, who returned to the Test team after five years, became the ‘Golden Duck’. He was bowled due to not understanding Siraj’s full length ball. Burns then shared an 85-run partnership with Root for the third wicket. Burns became the victim of Mohammed Shami in the 42nd over.

Earlier, the highlight of the Indian innings was opener KL Rahul’s century. He scored 129 runs in 250 balls which included 12 fours and a six. Apart from him, Rohit Sharma (83) played a brilliant innings. Virat Kohli (42), Ravindra Jadeja (40) and Rishabh Pant (37) also batted well. Jadeja tried to get runs from one end but India went to play with four pure bowlers. Weak batting in the lower order was also seen on the field and out of these four, only Ishant Sharma (8) was able to support Jadeja for some time. At the same time, Cheteshwar Pujara scored 9 and Ajinkya Rahane scored 1 run. Fast bowler James Anderson (5/62) bowled sharply for England.

Who has the upper hand in India-England

England has an upper hand against India in Tests. The two teams have met 127 times in Tests, with England winning 48 matches. Indian team got success in 26 matches. Apart from this, 50 Tests in both the teams ended in a draw. At the same time, India’s record has been very disappointing when it comes to Tests played on England’s soil. India has played 63 Tests in England and won only 7 matches. England, on the other hand, tasted victory in 34 matches. 22 Tests were drawn.

India-England playing XI

India: Virat Kohli (Captain), Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (WK), Ravindra Jadeja, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Siraj.

England: Joe Root (c), Rory Burns, Dom Sibley, Haseeb Ahmed, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler (wk), Moeen Ali, Sam Curran, Olly Robinson, Mark Wood, James Anderson.

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