India vs England: Sachin Tendulkar Returns Without Ringing Lord's Five-Minute Bell

by Steven Clarke August 12, 2018, 0:06
India vs England: Sachin Tendulkar Returns Without Ringing Lord's Five-Minute Bell

Kohli is shying away.

India vs England Live Cricket Score 2nd Test Day 2 Live Streaming: Frustrating the two teams, incessant rain washed out the entire day one of the second cricket Test between India and England at Lord's on Thursday.

Early morning overcast skies in north London eventually gave way to gentle but persistent rain which was sufficient to ensure the pitch and square remained fully covered. After the best Test match in England for years, despite the rush to castigation on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday evenings, the weather may ensure that we are in for another adrenaline-fuelled nipper.

Captain Kohli hasn't played the same XI in successive Tests for 36 matches, dating back to the 2014 Adelaide Test in which he led India in whites for the first time in his career.

England captain Joe Root and India captain Virat Kohli.

As per the latest reports, England started the day on a very good note as hosts managed to dismiss 2 Indian batsmen- Murali Vijay (00) and KL Rahul (08) for just 11 runs in 6.3 overs and the play has been interrupted by rain once again.

It is the first time a whole Test match day has been lost to the weather at the home of cricket since May 2001, against Pakistan.

However, they will have to do it without Edgbaston match-winner Ben Stokes, whose trial for affray is ongoing at Bristol Crown Court.

Check out the photos here: Is this India's playing XI for the Lord's Test?

India could make changes in the playing XI.


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