Watch live match score of England vs Australia (Eng vs Aus) 2nd Test Match on 16th July 2015 during live streaming of Australia vs England 2nd Test Match 2015. England opened the Ashes with a loud 169-run victory in the 1st Test in Cardiff and now it is time to see if Australia can rebound back as the series moves to Lord’s. Both team played total 324 test matches and England Wins 104, Australia wins 128 Matches and other 92 matches are abandon.

England Test Team Squads : Alastair Cook (c), Jos Buttler (wk), Joe Root, Ian Bell, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Moeen Ali, Gary Ballance, Steven Finn, Adam Lyth, Adil Rashid, Ben Stokes, Mark Wood.
Australia Test Team Squads : Michael Clarke (C), Steven Smith (vc), Brad Haddin (wk), Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Johnson, Josh Hazlewood, Chris Rogers, David Warner, Shane Watson, Fawad Ahmed, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Pater Nevill (wk), Peter Siddle, Adam Voges, Pat Cummins.

Last 5 TEST Matches :
12 July, 2015 at Cardiff, England won by 169 runs – The Ashes, 2015, 1st Test
07 January, 2014 at Sydney, Australia won by 281 runs – The Ashes 2013-14, 5th Test
30 December, 2013 at Melbourne, Australia won by 8 wkts – The Ashes 2013-14, 4th Test
17 December, 2013 at Perth, Australia won by 150 runs – The Ashes 2013-14, 3rd Test
09 December, 2013 at Adelaide, Australia won by 218 runs – The Ashes 2013-14, 2nd Test

Shane Watson has been crash from the Australia team in Ashes test against England and will be put back by fellow all-rounder Mitchell Marsh the Sydney Morning Herald. Though many will see the error as the end of Watson’s test career it must not be beyond that his ODI career was likewise consigned to history later than he was dropped at the World Cup previous this year.

Match Number: 2nd Test Match
Teams: England vs Australia
Time: 11:00 England : 10:00 GMT : 15:00 PKT
Date: 16th July to 20th July 2015
Venue: Lord’s, London

The tourists will previously be with no another skilled former vice skipper after wicketkeeper Brad Haddin asked to be omitted from the 2nd test for personal reasons. Alastair Cook’s team squad defeats a shaky start to triumph with a day to spare in the Welsh capital, giving them the near the beginning advantage. Now you can enjoy the England vs Australia 2nd Test Live Match Score that is played on 16th-20th July 2015.