Video - Cook Will Score A Century At Lord's - Swann
Watch as former England spinner GraemeSwann confidently predicts that Alastair Cook will put his poor form behind him and score a century against India at Lord's.
Speaking from Windsor racecourse on behalf of Unibet, he reckoned England should have played Simon Kerrigan in this game as they badly 'need to find a spinner'.
He goes on to throw his full confidence behind Cook, who has struggled badly this summer so far.
However, Swann says that taking a wicket at Trent Bridge might have eased some of the pressure on the captain.
He also talks about James Anderson's half-century in the opening Test, young players performing well for England 18 months ahead of the Ashes and why England will have to rest bowlers as the series goes on.
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