Pakistan finished a perfect day one in the Lord's test match, at 50 for 1 in their first innings. They are trailing by just 134 more runs after England made only 184 runs before getting all-out in their first innings. Pakistan's bowling unit did their job perfectly to put England in a position from where they couldn't recover.

The day started with England captain, Joe Root, winning the toss and electing to bat first. Pakistan, who were happy to bowl, utilized the conditions beautifully as England were struggling at 43-3 after Mark Stoneman, Joe Root, and Dawid Malan lost their wickets without crossing the single-digit mark.

England Innings

Former captain Alastair Cook kept things going on with first Jonny Bairstow (27 runs), and then Ben Stokes (38 runs), before eventually getting out to Mohammad Amir for 70 runs. But it was the wicket of Ben Stokes which triggered a collapse, as England slipped from 168 for 5 to 184 all out. Hasan Ali and Mohammad Abbas were the stars with the ball for Pakistan as both of them picked up four wickets each. Mohammad Amir and Faheem Ashraf got one wicket each.

Pakistan started their batting effort in a poor fashion as Stuart Board got rid of Iman-ul-Haq with only 12 runs on the board.

But Azhar Ali (18 runs) and Haris Sohail (21 runs) made sure Pakistan don't lose any more wickets, as they ended the day at 50 for 1, trailing by 134 runs.

Should Joe Root have chosen to bat? Sarfraz Ahmed certainly didn't mind, and he'll be hoping his batsmen can ram home the advantage tomorrow

What to expect on Day Two

The first hour will be crucial with the red ball moving a bit at Lord's but Pakistan would know a good batting performance in the first innings can seal this test match.

And England, well, they just need wickets as they try to contain the Pakistani batsmen from taking a big lead.

Day Two details: The second day's play will be starting at 10:00 AM GMT or 3:00 PM PST on Friday, May 25, 2018, at the Lord's cricket ground in London.

Where to watch

The match is being broadcast live on the Sky Sports channels in the United Kingdom, while Sony Six will telecast the match in India and it's subcontinent.

PTV Sports will show the live coverage in Pakistan along with live-streaming at its official website.

The online streaming is available on SonyLiv app and website, as well as, SkyGo app and website.

With the Indian Premiere League about to be concluded, the International cricket season will again start from this month.