England is playing Pakistan in the 2nd cricket Test series at Headingley in Leeds on Friday, June 1, 2018

England is trailing the series by 1-0, as Pakistan had beaten them in the first test match at Lord's last week.

Live updates day 2:

Match delayed due to wet outfield

England 106/2 in 37 overs.

Pakistan 174 all-out Shabad Khan (56) (Anderson, Broad and Woakes grab three wickets each)

Pakistan won the toss and they decided to bat first.

Match start time - 10:00 AM GMT or 3:00 PM PST.

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TV telecast and online streaming:

The match will be telecasted live on the Sky Sports channel in the United Kingdom. In Pakistan, viewers can watch PTV Sports and Ten Sports channels [VIDEO] for the live telecast.

The online streaming will be available on the Sky Go app and ESPN website. PTV Sports also will stream the game live at its official website.

England news

The Joe Root led English side has decided to drop opener Mark Stoneman and bring Keaton Jennings in his place. Sam Curran has been added to the side [VIDEO] as a cover of Ben Stokes who had a niggle during the practice sessions. Chris Woakes might come in place of Mark Wood who wasn't really impressive in the last outing. Rest of the lineup will be the same.

Pakistan news

Pakistan team led by Sarfaraz Ahmed is probably thinking about creating history by winning this test match and the series.

Middle-order batsman Babar Azam suffered an injury to his arm in the last game, which will keep him out of this match. Usman Salahuddin will be making his test debut and settle in at Babar's spot. Rest of the line-up is the same.

Weather and Pitch conditions:

The weather reports of Leeds for next few days doesn't look very impressive, as there are high chances of rain in the first two days of the Test. After that, we might be able to see an uninterrupted game.

The pitch at Headingley offers good seam movement for the bowlers, which might be a worrying sign for the batsmen. Scoring runs might not be the easy, but if the batsmen apply themselves runs will come.