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Rain delays second Ashes Test between England and Australia

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Rain delays second Ashes Test between England and Australia

Rain delays second Ashes Test between England and Australia

The second Ashes Test between England and Australia has been delayed because of rain, with further showers forecast at Lord's.

Fans of both countries who were gathered outside the cricket ground were optimistic about their respective teams' chances in the second match, but less optimistic about the weather.

Report by Avagninag.

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