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England collapse after second-wicket 145 stand v Ireland at Lord's

BBC News Thursday, 25 July 2019
An England batting collapse gives Ireland the upper hand despite nightwatchman Jack Leach's second-wicket stand of 145 with Jason Roy on day two at Lord's.
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Ireland in control as England collapse on day two

An England batting collapse gives Ireland the upper hand despite nightwatchman Jack Leach's second-wicket stand of 145 with Jason Roy on day two at Lord's.
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