Mitchell Johnson got rid of Alastair Cook © Getty Images
Mitchell Johnson got rid of Alastair Cook © Getty Images

England are in trouble at 28 for two in the fourth innings chasing a score of 509. England had lost the wicket of Adam Lyth after Lunch on Day Four of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, London. Lyth was worked over by Mitchell Starc. Alastair Cook was looking good before he slashed at one outside off and was caught behind of the bowling of Mitchell Johnson who had just come onto bowl. England are still trailing by 481 runs with Ian Bell and Gary Ballance batting for them. Live cricket updates: England vs Australia, 2nd Ashes 2015 Test, Day 4

Australia earlier declared on 254 for 2 declared, setting a target of 509 for the home side. David Warner and Chris Rogers did the bulk of the scoring for them notching up a run opening stand. Chris Rogers went off the field feeling dizzy, he though is alright now and being monitored closely. David Warner raced away to 83 but fell trying to hit Moeen Ali over cover to be caught by Cook. Ali then returned to dismiss Steven Smith too but by the time the Australian departed he had already scored his 12th Test fifty, becoming only the fourth player to score a 200 and a fifty in a Test.

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 Smith (215) and 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