India, England hope for clear skies

India, England hope for clear skies

India, England hope for clear skies

Lord's has suffered its first washout in 17 years as rain prevented any play between England and India on day one of the second Test. Early Lunch has been taken. The first Test was a thriller which ended as a nightmare for Kohli's team as Joe Root's men were too strong for India as they completed a 31-run win.

#Slight drizzle has delayed the toss.

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The Indian batsmen, who succumbed to England's probing pace and swing, will look to answer their batting woes in the second match. Barring the Indian skipper, rest of the batting unit failed to perform and as a skipper, Virat is finding it hard to get the combinations right. For India, there was no change, no Cheteshwar Pujara in the side, Kohli seems to be backing Dhawan and Rahul again.

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