Josh Hazlewood was left out of Australia's win at Edgbaston in the first Ashes Test but he made the most of his recall at Lord's.
England were 201-6 at tea on day two of the second Ashes Test at Lord's as Australia took advantage of winning the toss.
Ajaz Patel put New Zealand firmly on top on a fast-moving second day of the first Test, but Sri Lanka rallied in the final session.
Josh Hazlewood removed Jason Roy and Joe Root cheaply, but Rory Burns and Joe Denly saw England through to 76-2 at lunch.
Former Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood left his role as Pakistan bowling coach with his head held high and hungry for another challenge.
After day one of the second Test was washed out, England were asked to bat first as they attempted to level the Ashes series at Lord's.
Captain Virat Kohli's unbeaten hundred steered India to victory at Port of Spain after Chris Gayle rolled back the years in the final ODI.
Mitchell Starc has been overlooked again for the second Ashes Test at Lord's, where Josh Hazlewood will replace James Pattinson.