England would aim to keep India to a modest total © Getty Images
England would aim to keep India to a modest total © Getty Images

 

Jul 20, 2014

 

India will resume their second innings at 169 for four with a second-innings lead of 145 runs against England in their ongoing second Test match at Lord’s. Catch the Live Scorecard of the match here

 

India will be aiming to get at least 300 runs in their second innings, with English bowlers creating a lot of problems for their batsmen on Day Three. Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli were dismissed on consecutive balls and Ajinkya Rahane’s controversial decision put India on the backfoot.

 

For England, Liam Plunkett continued to have a great outing in this game as after scoring a crucial half-century in the first innings, the lanky pacer sparked India’s middle-order collapse in which he claimed the big wicket of Kohli, who was cleaned up on the first ball that he faced.

 

The wicket is having uneven bounce, which would play a crucial factor in the match.  “We’re going to go hard in the morning because this is still a good cricket wicket and if we can get a few more wickets, we’ll fancy our chances,” fast bowler Plunkett told Sky Sports.

Catch the Live Blog of the fourth day’s play between India and England here

 

Catch the Live Scorecard of the match here