India vs England 2nd Test Day 4, Live Cricket Score Streaming: India resume play after break

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India vs England 2nd Test Day 4 live Cricket Streaming: KL Rahul was out for 10. (Source: Reuters)

India vs England 2nd Test Day 4 Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Score: Chris Woakes and Sam Curran added 39 runs to England’s overnight total and declared with the dismissal of Sam Curran. By declaring at 396/7, England took a 289 run lead over India after the first innings. With that, Chris Woakes raked in the adulation of the Lord’s crowd as he walked back unbeaten on 137 runs. The forecast of rain and overcast conditions only make things tougher for India who will come out to bat and try and save this second Test. India trail the five-match series 1-0 after losing the opener at Edgbaston by 31 runs. Catch live score and updates from India vs England 2nd Test Day 4.

Ajinkya Rahane’s disappointing run continues on this tour as he has been caught out by Jennings off Stuart Broad for 13 and India are 35/3, trail by 254 runs

Rahane and Pujara have resisted well in these testing conditions. the two are beginnings to struck a good partnership but there’s a long way to go

Umpires have had their say, play to resume at 2 PM local time, 6.30 PM IST. India will begin proceedings with Ajinkya Rahane and Cheteshwar Pujara

Play has been stopped due to rain. India are 17/2, trail England by 272 runs. With that, the umpires have also called for LUNCH break. India are surely in a spot of bother 

That’s another one for England. James Anderson strikes and India lose KL Rahul for 10 and they are 13/2. Indian openers disappoint once again as Rahul has been trapped in front of the stumps by Anderson

KL Rahul dispatches that one towards the cover boundary off Stuart Broad. It was a good length delivery and Rahul had a good stride forward and played it away to the fence

James Anderson strikes early and Murali Vijay departs for a duck after being caught behind. Anderson just got the ball swing inside the right-hander and it just brushes past Vijay’s bat. India are 0/1

GONE! One slog too many! Sam Curran departs for 40 runs after slicing a delivery well outside off. Carries comfortably in Shami’s hands and Hardik Pandya strikes. England are 396/7 and with that, Joe Root signals for declaration. Chris Woakes remains unbeaten on 137 and England take 289 run lead

Sam Curran moves away from the stumps and drives full through cover-point for a gorgeous boundary. Next ball, it is banged short by Shami and Curran hurries into the pull but hooks it away over the deep cover fielder for a six. Brilliantly hit

50 run partnership comes up between Chris Woakes and Sam Curran. The milestone was reached with despite a valiant effort by Kuldeep to keep the ball inside. As he slid to keep the ball back, his foot touched the rope and umpire signalled for a boundary. England’s lead stretching to 269 runs now

First up it is the fielding Indian team that comes out on the Lord’s field and it is followed by the batsmen Chris Woakes (120*) and Sam Curran (22). Virat Kohli not taking the field with a back strain

Should England declare? When should they? That will be the question on everyone’s mind

“Nothing happened (after lunch). That was the problem. As a bowling unit, we tried but all of a sudden the ball stopped swinging and they – Woakes and (Jonny) Bairstow – took the game away,” said Hardik Pandya in the press conference. [Read more on what Hardik Pandya had to say after Day 3]

Chris Woakes got a maiden Test century and continued his love affair with Lord’s to go up on the honours board. But, Johnny Bairstow played a key role in how things transpired as well. [Read more from our reporter Sriram Veera who is at Lord’s]

“That feeling of raising your bat to a standing ovation at Lord’s is a bit of a boyhood dream. But it’s an incredible feeling,” said star of Day 3 Chris Woakes in the press conference. [More on what Chris Woakes said]

First up, a weather update from Lord’s:

Hello and Good Afternoon! Welcome to our live coverage of India’s tour of England which has reached a pivotal moment in the second Test. England are in the lead by 250 runs with four wickets in hand. There are chances of rain and England’s seamers are oozing confidence. India’s batsmen, on the other hand, didn’t make a strong account of themselves under overcast conditions. 

Allrounder Chris Woakes struck his first Test century to guide England to 357-6 and a commanding 250-run lead over top-ranked India at stumps on Day 3 of the second Test at Lord’s on Saturday. Having come together shortly after lunch with England struggling at 131-5, Woakes (120 not out) and Jonny Bairstow (93) shared a match-changing stand of 189. The partnership has given England a good chance of moving into a 2-0 lead over India in the five-match series. The forecast of further rain over the final two days of the match appears to offer India’s best chance of avoiding defeat. England bowled India all out for 107 in its first innings on a rain-interrupted second day. That followed a first-day washout in London. (Source: AP)


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