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South Africa Test skipper Faf du Plessis has admitted that JP Duminy's Test spot is under threat following consistent failures.

In spite of the fact that two of their key players, James Anderson and Ben Stokes, were ruled out of the opening Test at Lord's, against Pakistan, due to injury, England still went into the match having the upper hand.

When Pakistan stepped into the Lord's Test against England, they were under extreme pressure, carrying the burden of a haunted past.

Pakistan's bowlers came up with an excellent all-round effort on day four of the Lord's Test, to claim a hard-fought 75-run victory against England. Resuming at 214 for 8, and looking to set a target in the region of 300

Unlike day two, when Pakistan’s bowlers dominated proceedings, day three was a lot more competitive with England hitting back with quick wickets

Pakistan gained the upper hand at the end of day two of the Lord’s Test against hosts England, courtesy an excellent five-wicket haul from leggie Yasir Shah

A resolute century by Pakistan skipper Misbah-ul-Haq, a determined half century from Asad Shafiq, and a haul of four wickets for England pace bowler Chris Woakes left the opening Test at Lord's on Thursday equally poised

With Mohammad Amir returning to the venue where he disgraced himself six years ago, he has become the centre of attraction in the cricket world. Here’s what players, present and ex, are saying about the lad who went astray, but has been given an opportunity to redeem himself

The first Test between England and Pakistan at Lord's, which began today, marked the comeback of fast bowler Mohammad Amir, who was among the three people convicted for spot-fixing during the Lord's