first_imgOn Day 1 of the four-day Test match between England and Ireland, the hosts suffered a batting collapse against a side that were playing only their third Test match.Ireland enjoyed a fairytale opening day in their first ever test match against England as they bowled out the hosts for 85 before building a healthy lead at sweltering Lord’s on Wednesday.Ireland, playing only their third test match, passed England’s total before tea thanks to a free-flowing partnership between Paul Stirling and Andy Balbirnie.A flurry of wickets threatened to undo their good work as Ireland slumped from 132-2 to 149-7.Yet Kevin O’Brien hung around for 28 not out and Murtagh (16) clobbered some useful late runs as Ireland were all out for 207, a 122-run innings lead.On Day 1, England captain Joe Root decided to bat against Ireland in a one-off Test at Lord’s on Wednesday, an inspired bowling performance led by Ireland’s veteran fast bowler Tim Murtagh (5/13) consigned new World Champions England to the embarrassment of being bowled out for a mere 85 runs.England’s poor show with bat came just 10 days after the hosts lifted the World Cup at the same ground as they suffered their shortest ever Test innings at home. It was also the first time England have been bowled out before lunch at Lord’s.Where will the England vs Ireland Test be played?The England vs Ireland four-day Test match will be played at Lord’s from (24-27 July 2019).What time does the England vs Ireland Test Day 2 start?advertisementThe England vs Ireland Test starts from 3.30 PM (IST) and 11:00 AM Local Time (England/Ireland).When can you watch England vs Ireland Test Day 2 live?Sky Sports is the official broadcasting partner for England vs Ireland Test match.How can you watch online live streaming of England vs Ireland Test?The online live streaming of England vs Ireland Test Day 2 will be available on SonyLiv.England vs Ireland: Playing 11sEngland: Jason Roy, Rory Burns, Joe Denly, Joe Root (c), Jonny Bairstow (wkt), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Sam Curran, Stuart Broad, Olly Stone, Jack LeachIreland: William Porterfield (c), James McCollum, Andrew Balbirnie, Paul Stirling, Kevin O’Brien, Gary Wilson (wkt), Stuart Thompson, Mark Adair, Andy McBrine, Tim Murtagh, Boyd RankinAlso Read | England blown away for their shortest Test innings by newcomers IrelandAlso Read | England collapse against Ireland ’embarrassing’, says Michael VaughanAlso Seelast_img

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