England all out for 319

Liam Plunkett of England bowls during a nets session at Headingley on June 19, 2014
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India reach 11-0 at lunch on day three at Lord's after bowling England out for 319 in the second Test.

India have reached 11-0 at lunch on day three of the second Test at Lord's after bowling England out for 319 this morning, leaving the home side with a 24-run lead at the end of the first innings.

With England resuming on 219-6 this morning, Liam Plunkett hit his maiden Test half-century to guide the home side past India's total.

However, Bhuvneshwar Kumar continued to cause problems for the English batsman, dismissing Ben Stokes for a duck before Stuart Broad (4) followed in the same over after facing just two balls, leaving the spinner with figures of 6-82.

James Anderson looked sharp as he hit 19 off 21 balls, but edged a Ravindra Jadeja ball to Ajinkya Rahane to bring England's innings to an end shortly before the lunch break.

There was enough time for India to begin their second innings before the interval, with Shikhar Dhawan adding 10 runs before the break, while Murali Vijay is yet to get off the mark.

England's Stuart Broad celebrates taking another wicket during the fourth Ashes Test with Australia on August 12, 2013
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