Chris Rogers has looked superb © Getty Images
Chris Rogers has looked superb © Getty Images

Chris Rogers has just scored his 13th Test half-century on Day One of the second Ashes Test between England and Australia at Lord’s London. Australia are currently 114 for one at the end of overs with Rogers and Steven Smith batting. Moeen Ali was the man who struck first for England, when he had a set David Warner caught by James Anderson at wide long off. Warner was just starting to look good when he was caught at the stroke of lunch. Smith has not quite looked at his best and is currently battling it out for himself and Australia. Live cricket updates: England vs Australia, 2nd Test at Lord’s, Day 1

Earlier, Australia won the toss and elected to bat first. Australia made a couple of changes, bringing in Mitchell Marsh and Peter Nevill for Shane Watson and Brad Haddin. England went into the game unchanged from the previous Test. Live cricket scorecard: England vs Australia, 2nd Test at Lord’s