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Kohli is shying away.

And welcome to coverage of day two of the second Test at Lord's after Thursday's dreich and frustrating ordeal.

Day two of the second England-India Test match was halted due to rain on Friday after just 39 balls into the day.

Joe Root's men, meanwhile, will hope to break England's winless jinx against Asian teams at the home of cricket.

Captain Kohli hasn't played the same XI in successive Tests for 36 matches, dating back to the 2014 Adelaide Test in which he led India in whites for the first time in his career.

Following a first-day washout and with more showers forecast at Lord's, England captain Joe Root put India into bat on an increasingly cloudy morning and a pitch still tinged with green.

After losing the first Test by 31 runs, India will look to settle scores in the second Test match and all eyes were on skipper Virat Kohli prior to the start of the match.

They will, however, make at least two changes to their side. The former India star is the leading Test and ODI run-scorer of all time, and is widely regarded as one of the game's greatest-ever batsmen.

Chris Woakes is expected to replace all-rounder Ben Stokes, who is standing trial in Bristol on a charge of affray.

Toss is yet to take place and so we are still unaware of the playing XI of both the teams.


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