England take on visitors India in the second Test at Lord’s after the first match at Trent Bridge ended in a stalemate. With the lower order of both teams putting in an impressive performance with the bat, the onus now lies on the actual batsman to do the job for their respective sides.

England skipper Alastair Cook has not been in the best of form in recent times, but will hope that the second Test at Lord’s changes things in his favour. Cook celebrated his maiden Test wicket in the previous Test, getting Ishant Sharma out caught by Matt Prior down the leg side.