England 319 & 173-5 v India 295 & 342 - second test, lunch

LONDON Mon Jul 21, 2014 5:36pm IST

England's Joe Root waves his bat after reaching his half century as India's Ishant Sharma looks on during the second cricket test match at Lord's cricket ground in London  July 21, 2014.  REUTERS/Philip Brown

England's Joe Root waves his bat after reaching his half century as India's Ishant Sharma looks on during the second cricket test match at Lord's cricket ground in London July 21, 2014.

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LONDON (Reuters) - England were 173 for five chasing 319 for victory against India at lunch on the fifth and final day of the second test at Lord's on Monday.

Scores: England 319 and 173-5 (J. Root 52 not out) v India 295 and 342 (M. Vijay 95, R. Jadeja 68, B. Kumar 52; B. Stokes 3-51, L. Plunkett 3-65)

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