After a rain-hit Day 1 at Galle, New Zealand will resume Day 2 on 203/5.
August 15 will feature three matches at the 2019 Vitality Blast – at Riverside Ground, The Oval, and Derby.
The 3rd ODI between West Indies and India will be played at Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain.
The second Test of the 2019 Ashes will commence on August 14 at Lord’s, London.
South Africa ring in the changes for India tour, Moeen takes a break from cricket, and cricket returns to the Commonwealth Games.
The 1st Test between Sri Lanka and New Zealand will be start on August 14 at Galle International Stadium, Galle.
India have an unassailable 1-0 lead, but they will be keen to close out victory and banish the memories of a below-par World Cup.
Australia’s win-loss ratio of 2.428 at Lord’s is the 6th-best for any side away from home with a 10-Test cut-off and the best with a 20-Test cut-off. They had lost just once in the 113-year span between 1896 and 2009.
Australia were unbeaten at Lord's between 1934 and 2009.
England have plenty to play for in the second Test at Lord’s, while Australia should be wary of complacency.