India Vs England 2018
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Highlights, India vs England, 3rd Test at Nottingham, Day 3, full Cricket Score: England need 498 more to win
Stumps, Day 3 So, Cook and Jennings survive the tricky passage of play before close of play, ensuring England have all their 10 wickets intact. India in pole position to win the Test. Lot of time left in the match – two whole days – as well Kohli leads the team off the field. For the record, England still need 498 runs if any one is interested. Without a shadow of doubt this has been an out and out India's day.
Highlights, India vs England, 3rd Test at Nottingham, Day 2, full Cricket Score: India in driver's seat, lead by 292
India are in complete control of the third Test with a massive lead of 292. They might have missed out with a few runs with the bat in the first innings, but their bowlers handed them a huge advantage, after running through England's batting order in the afternoon session. Hardik Pandya led the way with his maiden five wicket haul in the Test, giving a lead of 168 runs. Rahul and Dhawan with yet another 60-run stand in the second innings, followed by another partnership, before Dhawan fell to Rashid. Pujara and skipper Kohli guided the team to 124 for any further loss.
Highlights, India vs England, 3rd Test in Nottingham, Day 1, Full cricket score: India 307/6 at stumps
Stumps, Day 1: If India were asked, if they would take 307/6 after losing the toss, they would have said yes. But after the stand between Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane, they would be disappointed perhaps at losing an extra wicket. Nonetheless, a great day for India after the crushing loss at Lord's. The highlight of this session though would be the way Rishabh Pant got off the mark. With a six. Dhawan and Rahul laid the foundation. Rahane and Kohli cashed in. Hardik saw off the crucial phase by consuming deliveries while Pant kept the scoreboard ticking. A much better performance from Indian batsmen expect Pujara, who must be kicking himself after being dismissed at the stroke of Lunch. India, though, would want a total near 400 on this pitch... a lot depends on how Pant and R Ashwin will fare...
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India vs England: Beleaguered Virat Kohli and Co look to Jasprit Bumrah to turn around team's fortunes at Trent Bridge
Bumrah too will enjoy bowling here — pushing the Dukes ball onto the deck, especially with its pronounced seam. Can he be India’s saviour in a game they cannot afford to lose? That is anybody’s guess, and a tall order indeed.
India vs England: Virat Kohli declares himself fit, urges team to have positive mindset for Trent Bridge Test
India will start Saturday's fixture at Nottingham's Trent Bridge 2-0 down in a five-match series after a narrow loss at Edgbaston was followed by a thumping innings and 159-run defeat at Lord's last week.
India vs England: Ben Stokes included in playing XI against Virat Kohli and Co at Trent Bridge in place of in-form Sam Curran
All-rounder Ben Stokes was added to England's 13-man squad on Tuesday, just hours after being acquitted on a charge of affray at Bristol Crown Court.
Firstpost Spodcast Episode 18: Fernando Alonso quits F1, Ben Stokes not guilty and more on our daily sports podcast
Ben Stokes' trial, Fernando Alonso's decision to quit Formula One, Viswanathan Anand's performance — we discuss all this and more on Spodcast, Firspost's daily sports podcast.
India vs England: Jasprit Bumrah, Ravichandran Ashwin fit; Virat Kohli in race against time to be ready ahead of third Test
The beleaguered Indian team received a boost with pacer Jasprit Bumrah being declared fit and available for selection for the third Test against England starting in Nottingham on Saturday.
India v England, 2nd Test, stats review: From James Anderson's masterclass to Chris Woakes' Lord's milestone
Here's a look at some of the records created and broken during England's crushing win over India in the second Test at Lord's.
India vs England: Virat Kohli’s individual choices can be justified, but his selection policy as a whole is flawed
Kohli hasn’t played an unchanged XI for two consecutive Tests in his 37 games as captain. With three matches left in the ongoing series, the item on top of my personal wishlist is to see if Kohli can play the same team for all three Tests irrespective or a win or a loss.
India are no stranger to defeats, especially on overseas soil. But this is the first time under skipper Virat Kohli that the team has looked so lost, overrun and crushed.
England vs India: James Anderson, Chris Woakes steal top honours in report card; Murali Vijay, KL Rahul flunk
England condemned India to an innings defeat in the second Test inside four days. Here's our report card from the match.
India vs England: James Anderson, Stuart Broad outsmart Virat Kohli and Co again to plot hosts' victory at Lord's
England are not only 2-0 ahead in the series, but when it comes to staying ahead of the game, Broad and Anderson are also two lengths ahead of all the Indian batsmen.
India vs England: Hosts romp Virat Kohli-led side to win by an innings and 159 runs, take 2-0 lead in 5-match series
India suffered an embarrassing 159-run innings defeat in the second Test against England after yet another batting failure on day four at Lord's, leaving the struggling visitors 0-2 behind in the five-match series.
India vs England: Simple and unassuming, Chris Woakes shows he is hosts’ crisis man with performance at Lord’s
Even as Woakes reached his maiden Test hundred, his celebrations told the tale of a man who is uncomplicated, dedicated and the master of simplicity.
India vs England: Virat Kohli and Co have Lady Luck to blame for the dire straits they find themselves in at Lord's
England, with a 250-run lead and counting, are in the driver’s seat. India will need pluck, luck and skill over the remaining two days to escape from this.
Highlights, India vs England, 2nd Test Day 3 at Lord's, London, Full cricket score: Hosts lead by 250 at stumps
And that's stumps. England lead by 250 runs. That's maybe 150-180 runs more than India would've wanted. With two days of cricket left, this match seems to be heading towards only one direction. Heavy showers are expected on Day 4 while light showers are expected on Day 5 but more on that tomorrow. Today was all about Chris Woakes and Jonny Bairstow. India dominated the first session and then talk began that they might bounce back if they bowl England out under 200 but alas that wasn't meant to be. Bairstow missed the ton but his contribution was as vital as Woakes'. He is still at the crease. But the question is will England declare or would they want more runs?
Highlights, India vs England, 2nd Test, Day 2 at Lord's, Full Cricket Score: Visitors bowled out for 107
After almost two sessions of play were washed out due to rain, England's bowlers made optimum use of the ideal bowling conditions available to them. Magnificent use of swing bowling . Leading the charge was once again, the pro James Anderson, who bagged another five-wicket haul troubling Indian batsmen and bundling them out in an extended session of play. Spell from Chris Woakes was special as well. Indian batsmen never really got in. Couple of 20s from Kohli and Ashwin. Rahane got a start but was accounted by the genius of Anderson.Three ducks in the innings
Highlights, India vs England, 2nd Test, Day 1 at Lord's, Full Cricket Score: Play called off due to rain
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