LONDON: England were 155 for six, needing a further 128 runs to reach their victory target of 283, while Pakistan require four wickets, at tea on the fourth day of the first Test against Pakistan at Lord’s on Sunday.
Two quick wickets before tea from Yasir Shah, sending well-settled Ballance and Moin Alee back to pavilion, to bring his team inch closer to victory.
The match has now entered into the final session of fourth day. This is a very important session for both the teams, few quick runs from England can bring them closer to victory. Whereas, a couple of wickets can make it even easier for Pakistan to win the game.
So far, Yasit Shah has taken two, Rahat Ali 3 and one wicket has fallen for Wahab Riaz.
Jonny Bairstow was 28 not out and Chris Woakes five not out.