India vs England Live Score, 3rd Test Day 2: India Rely On Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj For Early Wickets vs England | Cricket News

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India vs England Live Score, 3rd Test Day 2: Rohit Sharma and Ravindra Jadeja slammed centuries to help India post 445 against England in the first innings in Rajkot. Rohit (131) and Jadeja (112)’s 204-run partnership set the tone for India before debutants Sarfaraz Khan and Dhruv Jurel impressed with solid knocks. Sarfaraz hit 62 while Jurel scored 46 during his crucial partnership with Ravichandran Ashwin (37). Jasprit Bumrah put on a late show in the second session on Day 2, slammming a quickfire 46 to take India close to 450. For England, Mark Wood was the pick of the bowlers with four scalps to his name. (Live Scorecard)

Here are the Live Updates of Day 2 of Third Test between India and England

  • 13:49 (IST)

    India vs England LIVE: England Start From 5/0

    With the first ball of the innings being a no-ball, Jasprit Bumrah looks to test England early on. But, it has to be remembered that Ben Stokes’ men started off with a score of 5/0 and not 0/0 after India were handed a 5-run penalty in the first innings.

  • 13:37 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: India all-out!

    India are all out for 445 and Bumrah is the last man to depart. Siraj remains unbeaten on 3. England’s innings to begin shortly

  • 13:30 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Siraj has pulled up!

    Siraj seemed to be in some pain! He is being attended by the physios. Bumrah called Siraj back for the second run. He takes his right pad off and drops to the floor.

    IND: 443/9

  • 13:26 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Bumrah picks out the gap!

    Bumrah takes aerial route, one bounce for four! Easy pickings for India. 450 is well and truly on

  • 13:21 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: 450 in sight!

    So, we are down to Bumrah and Siraj! Just over a dozen required to reach 450. Can these two take India to that mark?

    IND: 437/9

  • 13:09 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Bumrah on the charge!

    A six and a four! Take a bow, Bumrah! Struck Hartley for a six, and now it’s Rehan Ahmed’s turn. Only a four though. Stood leg side of the ball and thrashed it over mid-on

    IND: 430/9

  • 12:59 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: How unlucky!

    Jurel perishes! Instant response from Rehan after that six from Jurel. Sharp catch from Foakes as Jurel gets a top edge. Rohit applauds the youngster


    Dhruv Jurel c Foakes b Rehan Ahmed 46 (104) 

    IND: 415/9

  • 12:54 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Hammered down the ground!

    Jurel has smoked this straight over long-off. He dances down, gets to the pitch of the floaty 84ks ball on off. Moves to 46

    IND: 415/8

  • 12:53 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Bumrah blocks this!

    Bumrah survives the last ball of the over and Jurel will take the strike next over. 

    IND: 409/8

  • 12:42 (IST)

    India vs England Live: WICKET!

    Anderson makes no mistake as Ashwin holes out! Third time lucky for England as Anderson take one at mid-on

    Ravichandran Ashwin c Anderson b Rehan Ahmed 37 (89)

    IND: 408/8

  • 12:36 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Dropped again!

    Dropped by Stokes at leg slip! Jurel went across and tried to help it along, got it straight to the skipper. Wood can’t believe it that Stokes of all people has dropped this

    IND: 401/7

  • 12:27 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Played fine for four!

    Ashwin tickles it fine! He used the angle and glanced it past leg slip. Ashwin now goes past Jurel

    IND: 398/7

  • 12:23 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Dropped!

    Hit straight to the man at midwicket but Pope drops it! The lack of balance didn’t help and it popped out. Ben Stokes’ reaction tells the whole story

    IND: 394/7

  • 12:21 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Ashwin finds the gap!

    Ashwin punches it off the back foot through the vacant mid-on region. There was plenty of time there and he made the most of it

    IND: 392/7

  • 12:16 (IST)

    India vs England Live: We are back for the second session!

    We are back underway! Jurel resumes on 31 and will keen to get his maiden Test half-century. Ashwin is also going strongly, currently on 25.

  • 11:34 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Lunch taken!

    62 runs and two wickets in 27 overs! A very sluggish session. India are now withing touching distance of 400. Jurel on 31 and Ashwin on 25. It’s lunch time

    IND: 388/7

  • 11:32 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Jurel into the 30s!

    Jurel cuts this fine! He is up on his toes to punch through point off the back foot. Moves into the 30s with that boundary

    IND: 388/7

  • 11:15 (IST)

  • 11:11 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Flicked past fine leg!

    Jurel finds the gap! He steers it just wide of Stokes at leg gully and away for four. 

    IND: 373/7

  • 10:58 (IST)

    India vs England Live: India eye 450!

    Wood replaces Rehan after just three overs for the spinner. India seem to be looking at 450. Right now, they are well short of that. Need a big stand between Jurel and Ashwin 

    IND: 367/7

  • 10:46 (IST)

  • 10:44 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Boundary!

    Crashed into the gap! He clears the coast with his back leg sliding away and drives it through cover

    IND: 358/7

  • 10:31 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Falls just short!

    Jurel tried cutting hard and it falls just short of Wood at backward point. It wasn’t far away from him. 

    IND: 352/7

  • 10:24 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Flicked off the pads!

    Hip-length ball outside of off and Ashwin guides this into the gap. Ashwin clips it nonchalantly and India cross 350

    IND: 352/7

  • 10:12 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Heaved over third man!

    Ramped over the slips! Uses the pace well. Jurel waits, watches and upper cuts this over the third man region for a six

    IND: 346/7

  • 10:08 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Jurel cautious!

    Jurel is taking his time! He gets off the mark after 11 balls. Pushes one towards point and steals a single. He will keep the strike

    IND: 338/7

  • 09:54 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Jadeja is gone!

    Root takes a caught and bowled! He loops this and Jadeja hits it straight at him. Not the sweetest of connection but enought to find Root. England back on top

    Ravindra Jadeja c & b Root 112 (225)

    IND: 331/7

  • 09:45 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Wicket!

    Edged by Kuldeep and it’s a routine catch for Foakes! Anderson goes around the wicket and nicks off India’s nightwatchman

    Kuldeep Yadav c Foakes b Anderson 4 (24)

    IND: 331/6

  • 09:41 (IST)

    India vs England Live: England eye wickets!

    Root from one end and Anderson from the other! England are in attacking mode but Jadeja and Kuldeep have looked solid so far. India need 450 from here, at least

    IND: 330/5 (89)

  • 09:30 (IST)

    India vs England Live: Morning session starts!

    We are underway on Day 2 with Joe Root starting the proceedings. Kuldeep Yadav will face the first ball of the day

    IND: 326/5

  • 09:07 (IST)

  • 08:52 (IST)

    India vs England, 3rd Test Day 2 LIVE: Can Kuldeep Hang On?

    Kuldeep Yadav has worked a lot on his skills with the bat over the last year or so. Having become more technically astute, the chinaman spinner has the opportunity to show his skills with the bat today as he comes out in the middle with Ravindra Jadeja.

  • 08:31 (IST)

    India vs England, 3rd Test Day 2: Ravindra Jadeja, The Master

    Ravindra Jadeja’s numbers at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot in First Class cricket:

    Matches: 12

    Innings: 17

    Runs: 1564

    Avg: 142.18

    50s/100s: 4/6

    HS: 331

  • 08:24 (IST)

    India vs England, 3rd Test Day 2 LIVE: Sarfaraz Khan Making Headlines

    After a long and excruciating wait, Sarfaraz Khan proved why he belongs to the top level of Indian cricket, making his much-anticipated Test debut in Rajkot. Tears flowed down the cheeks of the batter’s family as he donned the India cap for the first time in his career. A start of what promises to be a fulfilling career.

  • 08:14 (IST)

    India vs England 3rd Test, Day 2 LIVE: All Eyes On Jadeja

    Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the Day 2 of the third Test between India and England. All eyes will be on Ravindra Jadeja who orchestrated a few brilliant partnerships on Day 1 in Rajkot to take India into the driving seat. The all-rounder, who has already scored his century, will be eager to take India to a 400+ total in the first innings today.

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Australia Great’s “Smart Leader” Praise For Ben Stokes Ahead Of 3rd Test Against India | Cricket News

Former Australian cricketer Ian Chappell lauded England skipper Ben Stokes for his captaincy in the first two Tests of the five-match series against India, saying that his aggressive approach and attitude has given the team success and plenty of self-belief to youngsters. Chappell said that Stokes’ leadership has made sure that the five-match series between both rivals is level at 1-1 and still wide open. Chappell said that England’s great belief in Stokes shows on and off the field both and lauded England’s approach of continuously looking for wickets.

“Ben Stokes’ aggressive approach to captaincy may have failed to claim victory in a hard-fought second Test but the five-match series against India is still wide open at 1-1. Much of England’s success has been attributed to Bazball – the desire to score quickly and tactically rattle the opposition – but this is a misnomer. What Stokes has really done is set out to achieve victory from ball one by playing aggressive cricket in all aspects of the game,” said Chappell while writing for ESPNCricinfo.

“Stokes has been extremely smart to adopt such an approach and his aggressive tactics have brought England great success in the win column. It’s an approach that England was extremely slow to adopt but Stokes has shown himself to be a strong-minded and smart leader,” he added.

He also said that Stokes’ captaincy has given the team belief that helps them produce something extra to gain some vital success on field, like a game-changing run-out by Stokes of Ravindra Jadeja, which shifted the game in England’s favour and made India succumb to a 28-run loss.

“The England team has great belief in Stokes and it shows both on and off the field. The team takes wickets because they are continually looking for them, and this challenge is accepted by the bowlers. One of the great benefits of this strategy is that it enthuses the best players, and they are the ones most likely to affect the final result,” said Chappell.

“The team also believe that Stokes’ aggression will help them claim the odd unexpected success. This belief is what generally leads to a team producing something extra that leads to a vital wicket. Stokes’ brilliance in the field helped him produce a run-out at a crucial time in Hyderabad – and it also helped increase team belief,” he added.

Chappell said that Stokes’ attitude has instilled a self-belief in youngsters like Tom Hartley, Rehan Ahmed and Shoaib Bashir successful. The former cricketer also said that Hartley’s 14 runs with the ball and crucial 114 runs in four innings with the bat should make a limited Jack Leach “redundant”.

“Stokes’ attitude has helped the younger players believe in themselves, and this is showing in their bowling performances. The success of young players Tom Hartley, Rehan Ahmed and Shoaib Bashir is no fluke; it epitomises the confidence instilled by Stokes’ approach,” said Chappell.

“Hartley’s success with both bat and ball should make the limited Jack Leach redundant in the Test side. One of England’s weaknesses has been their spin department, but Stokes’ positive approach suddenly means that slow bowling has a number of candidates,” he added.

Chappell also pointed out that Ollie Pope’s success at number three and rise of Harry Brook in the middle-order has made England’s batting stronger and called for England to pick up their strongest teams in future. He also criticised England for not always picking up their best wicketkeeper and not valuing the option of an extra pacer.

“The success of Ollie Pope at No. 3 and the ascent of Harry Brook as a vital middle-order player also means the batting is potentially much stronger. These marked improvements in talent should ensure that in the future England pick their strongest available team for the prevailing conditions. England has erred in the past by not picking their best wicketkeeper and by often shunning the value of extra pace. Injuries to fast bowlers aside, this should be a thing of the past,” he said.

Chappell said that England would benefit if Stokes is able to function as a full-time all-rounder and also fields in the slips, where he is “one of the best”. The former cricketer also said that England should utilise less bouncers to add an “element of surprise”.

“It will help England enormously if Stokes is once again able to function as an allrounder, as his bowling is a distinct weapon. It would also help if he fielded in the slips, especially to the spinners, as he is one of the best in that position,” said Chappell.

“The other area where England could improve is in their use of the bouncer. It’s often an overused ploy, and it must be remembered that the biggest advantage of the bouncer is the element of surprise,” he added.

Chappell also said that Stokes should look at his batting as well and be more proactive.

“One personal area Stokes could look at is his own batting. If he were more proactive at the start of each innings, it would improve his play. Stokes is a very good batter but he’s at his best when he’s looking to score,” said Chappell.

Chappell pointed out that Indian skipper Rohit Sharma is a “good leader” and the return of KL Rahul and Ravindra Jadeja from injuries will boost the team. But he also said that the absence of star batter Virat Kohli due to personal reasons is a blow to the team.

The former cricketer also urged Indian selectors to stop overestimating Shreyas Iyer’s batting and value spinner Kuldeep Yadav.

“India is a strong side and they also have a good leader in Rohit Sharma. They will be greatly strengthened by Ravindra Jadeja’s and KL Rahul’s recovery from injury, but that Virat Kohli will not return for the rest of the series is a blow. Hopefully, the selectors will now stop overestimating Shreyas Iyer’s batting ability and learn to value Kuldeep Yadav’s wicket-taking capability more,” said Chappell.

Chappell said that the current England side looks far better from the Joe Root-led side which landed in India back in 2021 and was destroyed by Indian spinners.

“As the home side India should eventually win a tough series, but it has a real battle on their hands. England under the aggressive leadership of Stokes is a far cry from the poorly captained Joe Root team that capitulated against spin on their last tour of the country,” said Chappell.

“This India versus England contest is shaping up as it should: a tough five-match encounter between two talented sides,” he concluded.

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IND vs ENG 1st Test Day 1 Highlights: Yashasvi Jaiswal, Spinners Shine As India Dominate England | Cricket News

IND vs ENG 1st Test Day 1 Highlights: Yashasvi Jaiswal scored unbeaten 76 on opening day.© BCCI

India vs England, 1st Test Day 1 Highlights: Yashasvi Jaiswal and spinners shone on the opening day as India posted 119 for 1 by the end of play on Thursday. Getting an invitation to bowl first in Hyderabad, the hosts bowled out England for 246 with the home team spinners sharing eight wickets between them. Stokes top-scored for the guests with 70 off 88 balls. Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin bagged three wickets apiece while there were two each for Axar Patel and Jasprit Bumrah. In reply, Jaiswal’s impressing knock made sure India remained on top. (Scorecard)

Here are the Highlights of India vs England 1st Test Day 1, Straight from Hyderabad

  • 16:44 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Stumps on Day 1!

    That is Stumps on the first day of the 1st Test between India and England in Hyderabad. The Rohit Sharma-led side will be really happy with the kind of performance. They first bowled England out for 246 and then posted 119/1, thanks to Yahsasvi Jaiswal’s 76 off only 70 balls.

    IND 119/1 (23)

  • 16:41 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: FOUR!

    A full toss from Rehan Ahmed and Shubman Gill flicked it away for a four to wide of long-on. It was put well in the gap from the right-handed batter. That is also the first boundary from the bat of Gill. More 5 balls remaining in Day1’s play.

    IND 115/1 (22.1)

  • 16:37 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: SIX!

    That is a superb shot from Yashsavi Jaiswal for a six. He came down the track on the bowling of Rehan Ahmed and slammed the ball over the long-on fence for a big six. India are bossing this game at the moment. They trail England by 136 runs with two overs left in the innings.

    IND 110/1 (21)

  • 16:20 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: India aim to rebuild!

    The duo of Yashsavi Jaiswal and Shubman Gill have added 7 runs off 23 balls for the second wicket so far. Gill is taking his time as he is on 3 off 19 balls.

    IND 87/1 (16)

  • 16:12 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: England lose all 3 reviews!

    With a lot of dare, England used their only remaining review on an LBW call against Shubman Gill and it failed. The ball did hit Gill’s front pad but ball projection showed that it would have went over the stumps. Gill is lucky there and so unlucky are England.  

    IND 83/1 (13.2)

  • 16:07 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: OUT!

    Here is the first breakthrough for England! Rohit Sharma jumps out of his crease to play a big shot but instead lost his wicket. He hit the ball high in the air before Ben Stokes took the catch at around the mid-on region. Rohit departs at the score of 24 off 27 balls.

    IND 80/1 (12.2)

  • 15:59 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Fifty!

    Fifty for Jaiswal! A four and that is the fifty for Jaiswal. He gets there in only 47 balls. What a knock this has been. He has completely dominated the England bowlers.

  • 15:55 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: FOUR!

    Fuller ball outside off stump from Jack Leach and Yashasvi Jaiswal drives it away for a four. The ball whizzed past the mid-off fielder for the boundary. Jaiswal is on 46 now.

    IND 72/0 (10.5)

  • 15:51 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: FOUR!

    A fuller ball from Tom Hartley and Rohit Sharma sweeps it for a four through the square leg region. Hartley has been really expensive for England, conceding 44 runs in 4.1 overs. 

    IND 68/0 (9.1)

  • 15:38 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Expensive over!

    Tom Hartley conceded two fours in his third over. First Jaiswal hit a four down the ground before Rohit Sharma boasted his wristly flick to get another four in the over. A total of 9 runs came off it.

    IND 48/0 (6)

  • 15:28 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: FOUR!

    Short ball from Tom Hartley and that was pulled away for a four from Yashasvi Jaiswal. He is playing his shots here Jaiswal and that is a good strategy considering an older ball will not be easy to score runs.

    IND 29/0 (3.2)

  • 15:22 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Foakes with a spear!

    This is hilarious! Ben Foakes crashed into the stumps and took out all three pegs. He was collecting Pope’s throw and lost his focus. Even the England players are having a laugh about it.

  • 15:16 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Six runs!

    Jaiswal takes the aerial route! He welcomes Hartley to Test cricket with a six. Jaiswal didn’t get to the pitch but went through to clear wide long-on.

    IND: 12/0

  • 15:12 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: What a shot!

    Jaiswal is off the mark in a flash! He  is away in a jiffy as he whips him over square leg for four.

    IND: 4/0

  • 15:01 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: End of innings!

    That’s it! Bumrah knocks over Stokes (70) to end the innings. England are all out for 246. Three wickets each for Ashwin and Jadeja. Bumrah and Axar also bag a couple. 

  • 14:53 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Stokes is on a mission!

    Stokes over the umpire’s head! Sweet timing on that one as it lands over long-off. Stunning shot. Rohit is scratching his head. Stokes moves to 65

    ENG: 241/9

  • 14:48 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: BOWLED HIM!

    Ashwin has knocked Wood over. He went for an expansive slog sweep, but misses it altogether as he’s way too early into the shot

    Mark Wood b Ashwin 11 (24)

    ENG: 234/9

  • 14:38 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Stokes goes out of the park!

    50 up for Stokes with that six! This has been a calm and composed innings from the England captain. He has upped the tempo after the last wicket.

    ENG: 226/8

  • 14:36 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Play resumes!

    We are back! So, the third and final session begins. England, with Stokes out there in the middle, have a realistic chance of touching 250. However, he needs Wood and Leach to bat deep with him.

  • 14:15 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: End of the session!

    England 215/8 in 59 overs (B Stokes 43*, M Wood 7*; R Jadeja 3/17) against India at Tea on Day 1.

    Good session of play with five wickets falling for 107 runs. Jadeja took two while Axar also bagged a couple. No wicket for Ashwin in this session.

  • 14:07 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Stokes on fire!

    Stokes moves to 43! Three boundaries in that Jadeja over. The England captain has made up his mind. He is not going down without a fight. Looked really calm before Hartley got out

    ENG: 210/8

  • 14:00 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Off-Stump Flattened!

    Catches Hartley off guard! He goes for a sweep but Jadeja manages to sneak in with a sharp turner. The ball drifted across from around the stumps and ripped back in from the rough

    Tom Hartley b Jadeja 23 (24)

    ENG: 193/8

  • 13:52 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Six runs!

    Hartley goes the distance! No one at deep square and he has walloped this slog sweep for six.  We have the first six of the match. Excellent shot

    ENG: 184/7

  • 13:48 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Stokes holds key!

    Stokes has looked very composed despite wickets falling at other end. Need someone to bat with him. Considering the reach he has, Stokes might be the only one who can tackle the Indian spinners.

    ENG: 174/7 (53)

  • 13:33 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: WICKET!

    Bumrah joins the party! Just kisses the inside edge and carried through to Bharat, who dives forward to complete an excellent catch. Ahmed departs

    Rehan Ahmed c Bharat b Bumrah 13 (18)

    ENG: 155/7

  • 13:25 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Four runs!

    Just goes over Shreyas Iyer! Charges down the ground and hits it sweet enough to beat mid-on. Excellent shot from Rehan Ahmed

    ENG: 154/6

  • 13:08 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: WICKET!

    Edged and gone! Foakes had trusted his method but Axar gets the better of him. Axar gets his second and England are now six down

    Ben Foakes c Bharat b Patel 4 (24)

    ENG: 137/6

  • 13:00 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Stokes-Foakes Key!

    Stokes and Foakes are taking this slow and easy! England need a partnership here. Anything over 200+ would be a bonus for England. Batting on this track will only get difficult

    ENG: 135/5 (41)

  • 12:46 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Another one bites the dust!

    WICKET! England have lost half of their team. Root sweeps, Jadeja strikes… top-edged to short fine leg! India in complete control now

    Joe Root c Bumrah b Jadeja 29 (60)

    ENG: 125/5

  • 12:33 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Bowled him!

    BOWLED HIM! Axar cleans up Bairstow with a jaffa. He was trapped on the crease and can’t cover the spin. The partnership is broken

    Jonny Bairstow b Patel 37 (58)

    ENG: 121/4

  • 12:27 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Bairstow nearing his 50!

    Bairstow is 13 runs away from a hard-fought half-century. However, the Indian spinners have put their best foot forward after lunch.

    ENG: 118/3 (32)

  • 12:15 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Play resumes after Lunch!

    We are back for the second session. England resume at 108/3. Bairstow is on 33 while Root is unbeaten on 18.

  • 11:50 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Lunch time!

    We have to an end in this morning session. Root and Bairstow partnership coming up nicely. Three quick wickets for India after Duckett and Crawley’s fiery start for England

    ENG: 108/3

  • 11:24 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Cut away by Bairstow!

    Flashed past slip! Bairstow shows quick wrists to find the gap. He’s played that late cut very effectively so far today

    ENG: 99/3 (24.3)

  • 11:16 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Crunched to long-off!

    Ashwin misses his length! Another full toss and Bairstow obliges. He beats mid-off comfortably to his right. Excellent control on that shot

    ENG: 92/3 (21.6)

  • 11:09 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Ball being changed!

    India have asked the question about the state of the ball. The umpire agrees that it has gone out of shape. They are changing it at the moment.

    ENG: 80/3 (20)

  • 10:52 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: What a catch!

    Ashwin strikes again! Crawley drills this straight to mid-off. The ball was dying on Siraj, but it looks like he managed to get fingers under it. Given out after a TV check from the third umpire

    Zak Crawley c Mohammed Siraj b Ashwin 20 (40)

    ENG: 60/3

  • 10:41 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: WICKET!

    Edged and taken! Turn, bounce, finds the outside edge and Rohit takes a good low catch. England have been rocked after a flying start

    Ollie Pope c Sharma b Jadeja 1 (11)

    ENG: 58/2

  • 10:27 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: OUT!

    Ashwin strikes! India finally have the breakthrough as Ashwin beats the inside edge of Duckett. Hit on the pads and umpire raises his finger. Duckett isn’t quite sure so he opts for DRS. Ashwin gets the umpire’s call. Duckett has to walk back 

    Ben Duckett lbw b Ashwin 35 (39)

    ENG: 55/1

  • 10:20 (IST)

    IND vs ENG Live: Duckett on the charge!

    Swept away by Duckett! He fetches it from middle-and-off, races to the square leg boundary. Has swept almost everything this morning

    ENG: 52/0 (10.5)

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