England lead by 104 runs in the 2nd inning of the 2nd Test match at Lord’s, London
On day-4 of the Lord’s Test match, Australia scored 250 runs in their 1st inning. At the end of day-4, England is on 96 runs by losing 4 wickets.
On day-4, England bowled out Australia on 250 runs in the 1st inning and lead by 104 runs in the 2nd inning.
At the end of day-3, Australia was on 80 runs by losing 4 wickets. On day-4, Australia failed to build a big partnership and bowled out on 250 runs.
Steven Smith scored highest 92 runs for Australia in the 1st inning. Smith got retired hurt when he was struck on the neck by Jofra Archer’s brutal bouncer. Steven Smith left the field but returned after some time.
Stuart Broad took highest 4 wickets for England in the 1st inning of the Lord’s Test match. In batting, England did not start well and lost their first two wickets within 10 overs of the 2nd inning. Pat Cummins took Jason Roy and Joe Root’s wicket in two successive deliveries.
After losing two wickets, Joe Denly and Rory Burns build a partnership of 55 runs. Peter Siddle sent both Denly and Burns back into the pavilion in the 19th and 21st over of the inning. At the end of day-4, Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler are on the crease. England needs a good partnership from both Buttler and Stokes on day-5. Australia needs quick wickets in the 1st session of the day-5.
Player of the day: Steven Smith & Pat Cummins
Steven Smith and fast bowler Pat Cummins are the players of the day-4. Steven Smith scored highest 92 runs in tough situations, which helps Australia to put 250 runs on the board.
Pat Cummins scored 20 runs as a tailender batsman which is very helpful for Australia in the low scoring game. In bowling, Cummins took first two wickets of England in two successive deliveries.