LONDON: Australia’s Josh Hazlewood marked his entry into this season’s Ashes with three wickets as England were reduced to 201-6 at tea after the second Ashes Test at Lord’s finally started Thursday.England were in dire straits at 138-6 before Jonny Bairstow (36 not out) and Chris Woakes (25 not out) repaired some of the damage in an unbroken seventh-wicket stand of 63.After rain washed out Wednesday’s first day, Australia...

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