The Ashes: England's Olly Stone ruled out of Lord's Test against Australia

England v Australia – First Test – Day Two – 2019 Ashes Series – Edgbaston

Scans have confirmed he has no chance of taking part in next week's game at Lord's, with assessment taking place "on an ongoing basis" regarding his comeback.

Somerset s Leach played his last Test against Ireland at Lord s a fortnight ago when the nightwatchman made a career-best 92 - an innings that helped set up an England victory and won him the man-of-the-match award.

Asked if he was concerned about the wicketkeeper-batsman's position ahead of the second Test, Bayliss said: "I wouldn't have thought so".

Anderson only managed four overs before breaking down at Edgbaston and Warne, 49, said: "The loss of Anderson was such a blow for England and they will really need Jofra to step up but I think he has all the attributes to do just that".

It was the first Test in 16 months for Smith, who was stripped of the captaincy and banned for a year after teammate Cameron Bancroft was caught on camera attempting to change the condition of the ball with sandpaper during a March 2018 test in South Africa.

Lyon, who at 31 is a relative baby as spinners go, roasted England with a nine-wicket haul at Edgbaston which included his 350th Test scalp.

"My concern is you don't underestimate the psychological effect of Jimmy Anderson has on the England team, but also the positive effect it sends through the Australia team".

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Admitting he "felt very guilty" and apologised to his team-mates, as revealed during the Test by new-ball partner Stuart Broad, Anderson told the Sun: "It's hard to say when I might play again but it won't be for a while".

Archer took six for 27 and hit 108 for Sussex's second string against Gloucestershire on Tuesday to stake his claim as Anderson's deputy in the second Test at Lord's. Archer too was missing from the playing XI in the first Test at Birmingham as he was given more time to regain his fitness.

With Australia struggling on 122-8 in the first innings, Smith guided his team out of trouble with a sensational 144.

"I'm loving being back playing cricket for Australia, doing what I love and contributing to wins", the former captain said. He's got a bit in the bank, Jonny.

"And we've got a captain who is that focused in there and he's the best wicketkeeper in the world", Langer said. He usually finds a way to motivate himself.

Steve Smith's twin hundreds in the opening Ashes Test was an example of what mental fortitude means after having gone through an extremely rough phase, Australian pace legend Glenn McGrath said on Wednesday.

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