The fourth and final Test at Lord's is off to a wet start with limited action seen so far on the opening day's play after Pakistan had won the toss and put England to bat first. After the match finally got underway after Lunch, there were just 12.3 overs of play possible before bad light put a halt to the proceedings followed up by drizzle. Pakistan had the better of the hosts in that short session with Mohammad Asif defeating the defences of Andrew Strauss to clean up his stumps. England are 39 for 1 when play was suspended with Cook on 34 and Trott on 8. Both sides have gone into this match unchanged. England are leading in this 4-Test Match Series 2-1.