Following England‘s harrowing day with the bat after Australia declared at a mammoth 566 for eight, Stuart Broad still believes that all is not over for England yet since there are no real ‘demons’ in the pitch at Lord’s and he expects the English batsmen to get their act together and save the match. ALSO READ: Stuart Broad, England’s only positive on a day of agony

According to him, England’s goal for the next day is to bat till the risk of follow on is averted which means England will have to score at least another 281 runs with just six wickets in hand as they ended the day at an unimpressive 85 for four. FULL SCORECARD: The Ashes 2nd Test at Lord’s