India vs England, 2nd Test Lords, Pataudi Trophy: Yes, India captain Virat Kohli has the chance of doing what only two other legendary Indians have done. India has played 16 times at the Lords but managed to win a Test just twice. MS Dhoni was the last captain to take India to victory at Lords in 2014. India won by 95 runs. Also Read - IPL 2020: RCB Skipper Virat Kohli Trolls Yuzvendra Chahal in Hilarious Manner

Kapil Dev did it way back in 1986 when India beat hosts England by 5 wickets. India has lost 10 times at the venue, which means the odds will not be in favour of Virat Kohli-led team India when they take on England in the 2nd Test, starting August 9. Also Read - IPL 2020: Kangana Ranaut Supports Anushka Sharma in Sunil Gavaskar Controversy, But Accuses Her of 'Selective Feminism'

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Here’s a look at all the Test matches that India have played at the venue:

  • 1936: Lost by 9 wickets, with Maharajah of Vizianagram as captain
  • 1946: Lost 10 wickets, with Nawab of Pataudi Sr. as captain
  • 1952: Lost by 8 wickets, with Vijay Hazare as captain.
  • 1959: Lost by 8 wickets, with Pankaj Roy as captain.
  • 1967: Lost by an innings and 124 runs, withMAK Pataudi as captain.
  • 1971: Drawn, with Ajit Wadekar as captain.
  • 1974: Lost by an innings and 285 runs, with Ajit Wadekar as captain.
  • 1979: Drawn, with Srinivas Venkataraghavan as captain.
  • 1982: Lost by 7 wickets, with Sunil Gavaskar as captain.
  • 1986: Won by 5 wickets, with Kapil Dev as captain.
  • 1990: Lost by 247 runs, with Mohammad Azharuddin as captain.
  • 1996: Drawn, with Mohammad Azharuddin as captain.
  • 2002: Lost by 170 runs, with Sourav Ganguly as captain.
  • 2007: Drawn, with Rahul Dravid as captain.
  • 2011: Lost by 196 runs, with MS Dhoni as captain.
  • 2014: Won by 95 runs, with MS Dhoni as captain.

Meanwhile, India will not have their noses in front when they take to Lords as they are already 0-1 down in the five-Test series after have lost by 31 runs at Lords. Also, after a dismal run of form, Shikhar Dhawan could be dropped and Cheteshwar Pujara could get a start.