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14 Jun 2014

Tufnell on day four bell duty

Former England and Middlesex spinner Phil Tufnell will ring the five-minute bell on Day Four of the England v Sri Lanka Investec Test match.

Silva batting

England v Sri Lanka - Day Three photos

Follow the action from Day Three of the England v Sri Lanka Investec Test with a photo gallery which is updated throughout the day.

Michael Parkinson Seb Coe

Day Three - what you might have missed

Lords.org brings you some moments you would not have seen on TV from the third day of the first Investec Test between England and Sri Lanka.

Sangakkara Jayawardene

Sangakkara ton keeps Sri Lanka afloat

Kumar Sangakkara joined the list of greats to have scored a century at the Home of Cricket but late wickets kept England in the hunt on day three of the first Investec Test against Sri Lanka at Lord’s.

Brian Lara
13 Jun 2014

Lara to play for MCC on Anniversary Day

Brian Lara has been confirmed to play for MCC in their Anniversary Day Bicentenary Celebration match against Hertfordshire at Lord’s on Sunday 22 June.

Don Bennett
13 Jun 2014

Middlesex great Bennett dies

The Middlesex flag will fly at half mast from the Lord's Clock Tower on Friday 13 June in place of the MCC flag in honour of Don Bennett who passed away yesterday aged 80.

Matt Prior

England v Sri Lanka - Day Two photos

Follow the action from Lord's from Day Two of the Investec Test between England and Sri Lanka.

Shane Warne

Day two - what you might have missed

Lords.org looks back at day two of the Investec Test match between England and Sri Lanka, bringing you some moments you wouldn't have caught on TV.

Joe Root

Root doubles-up, but Sri Lanka solid

Joe Root made an unbeaten double-century as England wracked-up 575/9dec, but Sri Lanka's batsmen responded in comfortable fashion on day two of the first Investec Test at Lord's.

Lord's
12 Jun 2014

Text message incident system launched

For the first time at a Lord's Test match, a text message incident reporting system will be in place for spectators.

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