London: Virat Kohli-led India will look to bounce back in the ongoing Test series against England when the two teams face each other in Lord’s here on Thursday for the second match.
The first Test concluded within four days as Virat Kohli was the lone fighter for the visitors, scoring 149 and 51 runs in the first and second innings respectively. As a result, the hosts went onto win by 31 runs thanks to a four-fer by Ben Stokes.
The second Test, however, is not yet underway as the covers have been introduced on the ground due to rain. And the rain Gods are expected to create more trouble as the match progresses.
The last time the two teams played locked horns in a Test at Lord’s was in 2014, when India, led by MS Dhoni, clinched a memorable 95-run win. That win was their first in 28 years at the home of cricket.