The first Test between England and Australia at Edgbaston was overshadowed by a slew of umpiring errors from Joel Wilson and Aleem Dar.
England have much to ponder as Nathan Lyon guided Australia to a 251-run hammering in the first Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
England lost captain Joe Root just prior to lunch as they slipped to 85-4 on the final day of the first Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
There were significant scares for Rory Burns and Joe Root, but the pair shared an unbroken stand of 49 for England on the second morning.
Joe Root's desire to lead from the front has persuaded him to take on England's problem number-three role in the Ashes.
Jack Leach and Jason Roy made half-centuries, but Ireland seamer Mark Adair made light work of England's middle order on day two at Lord's.
The ODI team's Cricket World Cup triumph was quickly set aside on Wednesday as England's Test side slumped to 85 all out against Ireland.
Making his first steps into Test cricket, Jason Roy did not last long on Wednesday, gone for five to Ireland's Tim Murtagh.
Jason Roy and Rory Burns will open for England against Ireland at Lord's next week and Adam Hollioake says they should do so in the Ashes.
World Cup hero Jason Roy will make his long-form debut for England alongside Olly Stone when Ireland visit Lord's in a historic Test.