Watch day two of the second Test between England and India, at Lord's, live on Sky Sports Cricket (channel 404) and Sky Sports Main Event (channel 401) from 10.30am on Friday.
They have gone onto lose three Tests and managed to draw a couple of matches against Asian teams at the historic ground since then. Virat Kohli's team will want to level the series 1-1 before they concede too big a lead.
The first morning at the "home of cricket" turned out to be a damp affair, quite literally, as the first session of the second Test between England and India was washed out due to rain.
There is more rain forecast for this weekend as also on Monday, and as such this match could see routine rain breaks.
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#Slight drizzle has delayed the toss.
The hosts are leading the series 1-0, but will be without their marquee player Ben Stokes, who is busy with his hearing in court. England might have settled on one of their two selectorial decisions, the other will be decided on the first morning, a straight shootout between Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes, with Jamie Porter released from the original squad of 13. That will make the attack more rounded and with five bowlers it is an aggressive mindset to go in with.
It has been raining all the day and the English people are happy getting respite from the heat, however, Indian fans are all disappointed. They can also be made captains. In fact, an hour after the game was called off for the day, the sun peeped through the clouds for the first time.