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India dominated Day 1 of the fifth and final Test at the Oval against England. England ended an attritional day of Cricket at 198/7 having won the toss and chosen to bat on a usually good surface. Alastair Cook, playing his last match was the top scorer with 71, while Moeen Ali scored a gritty 50. Ishant Sharma was India’s best bowler picking up three wickets. Hanuma Vihari came in for Hardik Pandya while Ravindra Jadeja replaced Ravichandran Ashwin as the Virat Kohli-led Indian cricket team looks to spoil Alastair Cook’s farewell. The visitors are currently trailing 3-1 in the five-match series after losing the fourth Test in Southampton by 60 runs. (FULL COVERAGE)
England ended the day on 260/8 and lead India by 233 runs with two wickets in hand. Jos Buttler was England’s best batsman on an attritional day of Test cricket getting a gritty 69. He was ably supported by Ben Stokes who made 30 and Sam Curran who is at the crease on 37. Mohammed Shami was the best Indian bowler picking up three wickets for 53 runs. India need to pick up remaining two wickets quickly on Day 4 to increase their chances of winning and drawing level in the series. (FULL INDvENG COVERAGE)India had won the third Test at Trent Bridge by 203 runs. Here’s a look at our coverage from the 5 days of high-intensity action: Day 1: 3rd Test Day 1 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 2: 3rd Test Day 2 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 3: 3rd Test Day 3 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 4: 3rd Test Day 4 at Trent Bridge, Highlights Day 5: 3rd Test Day 5 at Trent Bridge, Highlights
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India vs England: Virat Kohli, Hardik Pandya, Jasprit Bumrah star as Team India wrap up Trent Bridge Test
As it happened: It needed only 17 balls on day 5 for India to clinch the match. Jasprit Bumrah fast forwarded India towards their target, snapping four wickets with the second new ball to claim five in the innings, seven in all, in a superb comeback from injury. But England’s last wicket pair of Adil Rashid and James Anderson held out in the extended 30 minutes to keep India waiting till the last day.
Follow India vs England Day 5: As it happened-
India vs England, 3rd Test Day 4, highlights: Jasprit Bumrah five-for leaves England staring at defeat - as it happened
India will have to wait till the final day after their roll was turned into a battle of attrition initiated by two unlikely England batsmen in the Trent Bridge Test. Jasprit Bumrah fast forwarded India towards their target, snapping four wickets with the new ball to claim five in the innings, seven in all, in a superb comeback from injury. But England’s last wicket pair of Adil Rashid and James Anderson held out in the extended 30 minutes to keep India waiting till the last day. England were 311/9, 209 runs behind.
As it happened:Another day of dominance by India in the third Test. England were 23 without loss in their second innings, requiring a further 498 runs to reach a colossal victory target of 521, at stumps on the third day of the third Test against India at Trent Bridge on Monday. Alastair Cook was nine not out and Keaton Jennings 13 not out after England were left with a tricky nine overs to bat in the day following India’s second-innings declaration at 352 for seven. India captain Virat Kohli top-scored with 103 following his 97 in the tourists’ first-innings 329. Meanwhile Hardik Pandya followed his five for 28 in England’s meagre first-innings 161 with a run-a-ball 52 not out, including seven fours and a six. India are bidding to become just the second team in Test history to win a five-match series from 2-0 down, a feat achieved by a Don Bradman-inspired Australia against England in 1936/37.
India vs England, 3rd Test Day 2 at Trent Bridge, highlights: Hardik Pandya puts India in charge- as it happened
Highlights: Hardik Pandya picked up five wickets in an inspired spell of bowling as India rolled over England for 161 in reponse to India’s total of 329. The visitors were 124 for two in their second innings, a lead of 292 runs, at stumps on the second day of the third Test against England at Trent Bridge on Sunday. Cheteshwar Pujara was 33 not out and Virat Kohli, the India captain, eight not out.
It was another dismal day for India as England piled on the pressure on a beleaguered visiting side, scoring at a rate of over four runs an over. India started the day well enough to leave England at 131 for 5 but a stupendous sixth wicket partnership of 189 between returning all-rounder Chris Woakes and wicketkeeper batsman Jonny Bairstow left India staring down the barrel. Mohammed Shami was the best bowler for India, picking up three wickets while Hardik Pandya scalped two. Both the Indian spinners, Kuldeep Yadav and Ravichandran Ashwin failed to do anything noteworthy on Day 3 of the Test.
As it happened: The toss was delayed due to rain as India face England in the second Test at Lord’s. The visitors trail 1-0 after they were beaten in the first encounter at Edgbaston and Virat Kohli & Co will look to produce a better show on a ground where they have won just 2 out of their last 17 Test matches. Kohli will be banking on his top-order batsmen to fire after a disappointing show in the first Test and the visitors can opt for a second spin option in Kuldeep Yadav. For England, Ollie Pope will be making his debut with Moeen Ali possibly playing alongside Adil Rashid in the spin department.
India vs England, Day 2 at Edgbaston - as it happened: Virat Kohli ton leads India fightback, ENG lead by 22 at stumps
India were dismissed for 274 in reply to England’s first innings 287, a deficit of 13 runs, on the second day of the first Test at Edgbaston on Thursday. In reply, England were 9/1 at the close of the day’s play. The tourists were in danger of conceding a first-innings lead of more than a hundred runs at 182 for eight. But India captain Virat Kohli made England pay for Dawid Malan dropping him in the slips on 21 and 51 with a superb 149 -- his first Test century on English soil. India’s final two wickets added 82 runs before Kohli was last man out, caught at backward point by Stuart Broad off the bowling of leg-spinner Adil Rashid. Sam Curran, a 20-year-old left-arm swing bowler led England’s attack with a Test-best four wickets for 74 runs in 17 overs in just his second match at this level.