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Summary

  1. India bowled out in 35.2 overs
  2. Anderson 5-20, Woakes 2-19
  3. Ashwin 29, Kohli 23
  4. England drop three catches
  5. Two lengthy rain delays
  6. England lead 1-0 in five-Test series

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By Matthew Henry and Jamie Lillywhite

All times stated are UK

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    James Anderson

    And that is that for today. It has been a very long second day but a perfect one for England. They bowled India out for 107 in 35.2 overs with Jimmy Anderson the star again.

    Click here to read Amy Lofthouse's report from Lord's and scroll down for highlights.

    We'll be back tomorrow for what hopefully will be a rain-free day. Can England press home this advantage?

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    We're running out of words to describe Jimmy Anderson. Today, either side of a lengthy rain break, he clinched his 26th five-wicket haul.

    He's one behind Ian Botham, who holds the England record with 27.

    Anderson finished with 5-20 from 13.2 overs.

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    Chris Woakes was excellent today. He could have had even better figures than his 2-19 on his return to the Test team.

    The England all-rounder took the big wicket of Virat Kohli at the start of the evening session. After that wicket an Indian collapse always looked possible.

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    Not everyone is getting carried away it seems.

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    Bp: Why is everyone jumping the gun already???? The conditions were suitable for swing bowling, but we can't judge the pitch until the two sides have batted on it...

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    There are some good fielders in that England side but for whatever reason they are still dropping chances. I don't know if they are staggered right. I am no expert of slip cordons but I used to look at the great cordons of Swann, Collingwood and Strauss, they used to be staggered better.

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    England's bowlers have been perfect today but their fielders have not. More catches went down this afternoon...

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    Neil: While people talk about retirement at this age, Jimmy Anderson is leading the fast bowling attack from the front.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    India just have to go out there and bowl full, get the outside edge and take every opportunity. We know England do have a collapse in them but you have got to fancy that 270-280 will be around par tomorrow.

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    England's spinner Adil Rashid did not get a bowl today.

    Anderson took 5-20, Woakes 2-19, Broad 1-37 and Sam Curran 1-26.

    Ollie Pope nipped in on debut with a run-out.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    I don't think the ball will do anywhere near as much when England bat tomorrow. India will think they have probably got their team wrong. They have left out Umesh Yadav and they have two spinners. I can't believe it is going to spin much.

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    We've only had 35.2 overs in the first two days of this match but England are still in a position where they look like big favourites in this match.

    Once again it has been the bowlers Joe Root should thank.

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    Rich H: So... When are the number one Test team in the world turning up for a game? Could have sworn we had them this summer?!

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    Michael Vaughan

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    When conditions are like this England are as good as anyone in the world.

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    Ian Shepherd: Imagine an England cricket team without Anderson...I can't either.... he's a legend who bends the ball round corners...

    Andrew Morris: For some reason I thought Jimmy had been playing for more than 15 years. But I can also remember my one and only Lords visit being his debut against Zimbabwe back in 2003.

    Rob Davies: Anderson with yet another swing bowling masterclass. Making a decent batting line-up look ordinary. If England apply themselves with the bat tomorrow then the series is ours.

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    Michael Vaughan

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    Anderson is like a fine wine, he has just got the ball on a strong, wonderful to watch. The catching was indifferent, it could have been lower than 107 but it has been the perfect day for England. Cook and Jennings can know the sun is going to shine tomorrow and they won't have to face these kind of conditions.

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    Michael Vaughan

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    It seems surprising for a batting line-up like that to be blown away. But with the way India batted at Edgbaston and you look at the amount of swing and it was so difficult especially for these India batsmen who are used to flat pitches. It seems we are going to get these kind of pitches for the series and England will want grass left on.

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