England is all set to face Ireland in a historic 4-day Test starting on Wednesday, July 24, 2019, at the Lord's Cricket Ground in London. This will be the first time that the two teams will play in a Test match.

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England all-out for just 85 runs

The first day's play will start at 10:00 AM GMT, 11:00 AM BST, 3:30 PM IST.

Live cricket score and audio commentary

Unlike the normal Test matches, this match will be of only four days OYOMATINEE699 on each day 98 overs will be played instead of the usual 90 overs.

Sky Sports and Sony ESPN broadcast

Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket will telecast the match live in the United Kingdom and the coverage will begin at 11:00 AM BST.

Sky Sports website and SkyGo app will provide all the live streaming and the exclusive coverage of the match. Sony ESPN will broadcast the match live in India while SonyLiv will stream the match live on its app and website.

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Roy and Stone in line for their Test debut

England will have two debutants in their side when they take on Ireland in the only Test at Lord's.

Jason Roy is likely to partner Rory Burns at the top of the order while Olly Stone will be another debutant. Ben Stokes and Jofra Archer have been rested by the selectors but James Anderson will miss out due to an injury. Jack Leach and Moeen Ali are likely to be the two spinners.

Ireland's moment to make history

Like England, Ireland could also handover debut caps to two of their players.

Mark Adair and Craig Young are the two players in line for their Test debuts while Simi Singh has an outside chance of playing as well. Captain William Porterfield has decided not to announce the XI until the morning of the match. Ireland's side might seem inexperienced on the surface but they could turn up with a good performance.

The weather is likely to be top-notch for the next few days in London. There is no rain expected during the next four days and it will be warm out there. The Lord's pitch has a green tinge to it and it will surely invite seamers to get something from the wicket especially with the new ball.