England v India Test: The key stats ahead of Lord's showdown

Ajit Vijaykumar 18:09 08/08/2018
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The stakes are high as England take on India in the second Test at Lord’s after taking a 1-0 lead in Birmingham.

England will be without Ben Stokes for the crucial Test while young batsman Ollie Pope is set to make his debut.

Here, we take a look at some interesting stats ahead of the second Test which starts on Thursday.

6 – wickets James Anderson is away from 100 wickets at Lord’s. The swing ace has 94 scalps from 22 Tests at the ‘Home of Cricket’.

1 – Only one bowler has managed to pick up 100 or more wickets at a single ground in Tests – Muttiah Muralitharan at Colombo, Kandy and Galle.

3 – Ishant Sharma needs six more wickets to become the third Indian pacer to pick up 250 or more Test wickets.

4 – wins and as many defeats in the last 10 Tests at Lord’s for England. That includes two defeats to Pakistan and one to India.

36 – Tests as captain for Virat Kohli. India have never fielded the same XI in successive Tests under Kohli’s leadership.

42 – India’s lowest-ever Test total of 42 was posted at Lord’s in 1974.

67 – runs India opener Mural Vijay needs to complete 4,000 Test runs.

136 – number of Tests played at Lord’s – the most at any ground. Melbourne comes in second at 110.

687 – Ollie Pope is set to become the 687th cricketer to play Test cricket for England. He will play at Lord’s after making his first-class debut last year.

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