Rain returns to delay scheduled start

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Umpires hurry everyone off the field.

As England and India clash at Lord's Cricket Ground today, MiD DAY brings you the most amusing, unusual and controversial events at the hallowed venue.

Nothing doing: Rain clouds hang above the pitch at Lord's. The weather should be fine for game, but some spells of rain can not be ruled out.

With day one a washout, England opted to bowl first on the second morning as play finally got underway and James Anderson made immediate inroads.

We should find out what we need to know at approximately 10.30am local time, with play scheduled to start at 11.

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Captain Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara are at the crease, with bth of them having scored one run each.

After losing by 31 runs at Edgbaston India will look to square the series at Lord's, a place where they won the last time they played in 2014.

According to the images of the team-sheet circulating on social media, England are set to replace Ben Stokes with Chris Woakes as the Rajasthan Royals all-rounder misses out due to his ongoing affray trail.

Pope will become the fourth player under 21 to represent England in Test cricket this year, following Mason Crane, Dominic Bess and Sam Curran. India could make changes in the playing XI.

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