Ben Stokes is set to miss the third Test against India regardless of the outcome of his trial for affray at Bristol Crown Court.
Arjun Tendulkar helped out the ground staff at Lord's during the rain-affected first day of the second Test.
England allrounder Ben Stokes, who is facing trial on affray charges, gave his full statement in front of the jury on Frida in which he said he was not drunk and acted in self-defense.
The jury on Wednesday in the Ben Stokes affray trial at Bristol Crown Court was shown security camera footage of the brawl outside Bristol nightclub Mbargo.
The Ben Stokes affray trial at the Bristol Crown Court entered into the second day on Tuesday. This was how things unfolded.
David Richardson, while giving his MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture on Monday, said that cricket needs its "larger than life characters" and its more mellow exponents so as to "stay on the good side of that line."
Ben Stokes went on trial on Monday over a fight outside a nightclub in which he is accused of knocking two men unconscious.
Ben Stokes took three wickets on Saturday, including the match-changing dismissal of India skipper Virat Kohli, to help England in attaining a 31-run win.
Sam Curran scored a blistering 63 off 65 balls in the second innings to take England's total to 180 from 87/7, setting India a target of 194 runs to win.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes will step up his return from a hamstring injury by playing for the Durham Jets in their opening match of the domestic Twenty20 Blast.