London: England have the distinct advantage over India with a massive first innings lead in hand but their star pacer Stuart Broad is still not quite sure if the hosts can go on to win the first cricket Test here.
"It's difficult to get result. The stats will show so. It does get very slow and low. The key will be swing. There's saying that at Lord's you look up (at the sky) and not down (at the pitch)," said Broad whose four wickets yesterday were key to England bowling out India for 286 runs for a 188-run lead.
"When the sun is out, batsmen are jumping with joy; when it's cloudy it perks up the bowlers a little. We hope it's sunshine tomorrow and heavy clouds on Monday," he added. Among Broad's wickets, there was the prized one of Sachin Tendulkar for 34.