David Warner has been in superb form © Getty Images
David Warner has been in superb form © Getty Images

David Warner missed out on his 13th Test ton in the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, London when he was out trying to go after Moeen Ali and was caught by Alastair Cook for 83. Australia are looking for a quick declaration as they will want to set England a stiff target, given that the visitors are 0-1 down in the series. Australia bowled England out for a score of 312 gaining a lead of 254 runs and raced away to 108 for no loss by the end of play on Day Three. They are currently 165 for the loss of 1 wicket. Michael Clarke joined Steven Smith and lead by 419 runs. Chris Rogers playing his last Test at Lord’s is unbeaten on 49 when he left the field.  Live cricket updates: England vs Australia, 2nd Ashes 2015 Test, Day 4

England’s only positive was the stand between Alastair Cook (96) and Ben Stokes (87). Both of them missed out on their tons as Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood finished with three wickets each. It has been a near perfect Test for Australia after they put on a huge total of 566 for eight declared thanks to Steven Smith (215) and Chris Rogers (173). Stuart Broad was the best bowler for England with four for 83. Catch live cricket scores and updates of England vs Australia 2nd Ashes 2015 Test at Lord’s, Day 4 here