Gautam Gambhir believes Lord’s Test can decide India’s fate in the series

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In his 200 Test matches for his country, he scored 15,921 runs, averaging 53.78 and making 51 centuries in the process.

Only four Tests between an Asian team and England have ended in draws.

Weather Forecast Day 3: As it stands, Saturday looks all clear for a good game of cricket.

However, the 45-year-old's long wait ended in vain as the play was called off shortly after Tea.

England and India were left frustrated at Lord's with persistent rain wiping out the whole of day one of the second Test.

Tendulkar, who played his first match against England at the Lord's, thereby missed an opportunity to join an elite list of Indian cricketers - Sunil Gavaskar, Mansoor Ali Khan Pataudi, Dilip Vengsarkar, Rahul Dravid, Kapil Dev and Sourav Ganguly - who have had the honour of kick-starting proceedings at Lord's by ringing the bell.

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Hosts England lead the five-match series after their 31-run victory in the gripping first Test at Birmingham.

However, they will have to do it without Edgbaston match-winner Ben Stokes, whose trial for affray is ongoing at Bristol Crown Court.

Showers rarely relented in north-west London on the opening day, with the umpires making their final decision at 4:50 p.m. (1550 GMT) local time.

"When the wicket wears off, the spinners can come into play as well", Kohli said.

Neither England nor India, who might also make changes, are obliged to confirm their teams until the toss takes place.