Ben Stokes will be key for England © Getty Images (File Photo)
Ben Stokes will be key for England © Getty Images (File Photo)

Australia start Day Three of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s, London in extreme command of the game. After putting up more than 500 runs on board, they had England on the mat. Australia will look to keep England under the follow-on mark and enforce it to ensure they are in line for a win.  The visitors declared for 566 for eight on Day Two of the second Ashes 2015 Test at Lord’s, London.England were 85 for the loss of four wickets at the end of play on Day two. Catch live cricket scores and updates of England vs Australia 2nd Ashes 2015 Test at Lord’s, Day 3 here

The declaration came just moments after Tea and with England having 29 overs to bat, the hosts had a horror start losing Adam Lyth in the very first over of the game. Lyth was caught behind for a score of naught. Gary Ballance flirted with danger for some time before getting bowled by Mitchell Johnson, who then returned to dismiss Joe Root who was trying to punch a short ball through covers. Josh Hazlewood in between cleaned up Ian Bell as England were at once 30 for four. Live cricket updates: England vs Australia, 2nd Ashes 2015 Test, Day 3