England vs Australia 2nd Test Ashes 2019 Rain Forecast & Weather Report From London: Check Out Weather Forecast and Pitch Report of Lord’s Cricket Ground
Lord's Cricket Ground (Photo Credits: Getty)

England will square off against Australia in the 2nd Test of The Ashes, 2019 which will take place at Lord's Cricket Ground, London on Aug 14, 2019. England has lost the first Test match of the series by 251 runs.  Steve Smith was the Man of the Match in that Test match for his fine knock of 142 runs from 207 balls. English batsmen succumbed in the 2nd inning of the previous match where they were restricted on a meagre total of 146 runs. Meanwhile, fans who want to know the weather report, rain forecast at London and pitch report from Lord's Cricket Ground should scroll down below for details. Let us see how is the weather for ENG vs AUS 2nd Test Match, Ashes 2019. Ashes 2019, 2nd Test Match Preview: England Eye Comeback at the ‘Mecca of Cricket’ Against Australia.

The weather is not at all good in London. As per the reports of accuweather.com, it will rain throughout the afternoon and currently, also there is a heavy spell of showers at Lord's. The first day of the 2nd Test match between England and Australia is likely to be called off. England vs Australia 2nd Test Ashes 2019: Steve Smith vs Jofra Archer and Other Exciting Mini Battles to Watch Out for at Lord’s.

Weather at London 

Weather Report for ENG vs AUS 2nd Test Match, 2019 (Photo Credits: Accuweather.com)

Pitch Report: The action is most likely to take place today between ENG vs AUS, however, if the match resume, the pitch will be damp and green. This will assist bowlers, but at the same time if the ground doesn't dry up after rain it will difficult to take the grip of the ball.

England team will be lead by Joe Root, while Australia will play under the captaincy of Tim Paine. Aussies have decided to leave out James Pattinson in the 2nd Test match. This means that either Mitchell Starc or Josh Hazlewood can be included in the playing 11. From England side, James Anderson will not be the part of the team in 2nd Test due to injury.