IND vs ENG: India’s embarrassing record against England at Lord’s Ground, only two wins since 1932

Rain on the Trent Bridge grounds saved British pride and ended in the first Test match between India and England. The next game of the five-match series will be played at Lord’s, now known as the Mecca of Cricket. Lord’s ground is considered a fast bowler’s paradise and balls hanging in the air severely hurt batsmen. Although Team India have reached England with a tremendous speed attack this time, India’s poor record against the English team at Lord’s Ground certainly makes one think. Team India first landed Test cricket against England at Lord’s in 1932 and since then, between 2018, India have been able to record only 2 wins.

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India played a total of 18 Tests against the British at Lord’s Historic Ground in which the team won only 2, but the team lost in 12 matches. At the same time, 4 games ended in a draw. In 2018, when Team India landed at Lord’s under the leadership of Virat Kohli, England beat India badly and won the Test match by an innings and 159 runs. In front of the English fast bowlers, the Indian batting order was shattered as a pack of cards in both innings and the team could not cross the 100’s boundary. Two England fast bowlers, James Anderson and Stuart Broad, gave stars to the Indian batsmen in that day’s Test match.

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Team India won the last Test match at Lord’s in 2014 and that victory story was written by Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ishant Sharma. Bhuvneshwar took six wickets in the first innings of the Test, while Ishant carried seven batsmen in the second innings. India won the Test by 95 runs. After 1986, India won against England at Lord’s. That is to say, if the statistics are to be believed, fast bowlers will speak on this historic ground in England, and if India is to throw a tricolor at Lord’s, the team’s fast attack will have to show its jouhar. In addition, the batting swing of the team depends on how long the Indian batsmen can play against Master James Anderson and Stuart Broad.

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