England all out for 319, leads India by 24 runs
England all out for 319, leads India by 24 runs in 2nd test at Lord's
Associated Press
2014-07-19 08:22 PM

LONDON (AP) -- Bhuvneshwar Kumar finished with 6-82 as England were dismissed for 319 on day three of the second test at Lord's against India, a lead of 24 runs.

Resuming on 219-6, nightwatchman Liam Plunkett was unbeaten on 55 with his maiden test half century to give England a first innings advantage.

Matt Prior (23) was England's first batsman to fall. A top edge off Mohammed Shami looped skywards, giving Shikhar Dhawan time to get underneath and take a good catch.

Kumar struck twice in his 28th over. He bowled Ben Stokes for his second consecutive five-for, and Stokes' second straight duck after the first test.

Stuart Broad (4) then edged Kumar to Dhawan before James Anderson (19) was caught by Ajinkya Rahane off Ravindra Jadeja.

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