Captaincy, 'Keeper and Beyond: What England Must Change After Lord's Loss

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Captaincy, 'Keeper and Beyond: What England Must Change After Lord's Loss
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England slumped to defeat against India at Lord's on Monday, collapsing after the lunch break to give MS Dhoni's side a 1-0 advantage in their five-Test series. 

Prior to the interval, the hosts appeared well placed at 173-4, but the dismissal of Moeen Ali by Ishant Sharma kickstarted England's demise as Alastair Cook's men lost their final six wickets for 50 runs in less than 13 overs. 

The loss, which is the second of the summer in four Tests so far, extends England's winless stretch to 10 outings, dating back to last August against Australia. 

With pressure mounting on the captain, the wicketkeeper and a host of other personnel, we look at the changes that must be made to this England outfit to arrest the team's downward spiral after the disastrous defeat at Lord's. 

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