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Ind vs Eng Live Score: England bowl out Team India on 191

Ind vs Eng Live Score: England bowl out Team India on 191

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Ind vs Eng, 4th Test
Ind vs Eng, 4th Test

Ind vs Eng Live Score: England bowl out Team India on 191, Chris Woakes takes 4-wicket haul – Follow LIVE updates – Shardul Thakur might have played a knock of 57 runs, but Chris Woakes four-wicket haul helped England bundle out India for 191 in the third session of Day 1 of the ongoing fourth Test against England here at the Kennington Oval on Thursday.

Ollie Robinson took three wickets while James Anderson and Craig Overton returned with one wicket each.

Resuming the third and final session at 122/6, India lost the wicket of Rishabh Pant (9) pretty early on as the left-handed batsman went for a big shot off the bowling of Chris Woakes, but he only managed to hand a simple catch to Moeen Ali.

Shardul Thakur then joined hands with Umesh Yadav and the former played a counter-attacking inning and England was left searching for answers. Shardul brought up his half-century off just 31 balls in the 60th over and all of a sudden, India gained an upper hand.

Shardul’s (57) knock finally came to an end in the 61st over as he was sent back to the pavilion by Woakes and the eighth wicket partnership of 63 runs came to an end. In the end, the visitors were bowled out for 191.
Earlier, Ravindra Jadeja, Virat Kohli, and Ajinkya Rahane lost their wickets as England further tightened their grip in the second session. At the tea break, India’s score read 122/6 with Rishabh Pant (4*) and Shardul Thakur (4*) unbeaten at the crease.

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Resuming the second session at 54/3, Kohli and Jadeja added 15 more runs before Jadeja (10) was sent back to the pavilion by Chris Woakes. Jadeja poked at a delivery bowled outside off and he handed a simple catch to skipper Joe Root at first slip, reducing India to 69/4. Ajinkya Rahane then joined Kohli in the middle and the duo started reviving the innings for India. The Indian skipper brought up his half-century in the 40th over and he was looking set for a big one. However, as soon as he brought the landmark, Kohli (50) was sent back to the pavilion by Ollie Robinson.

Right before the tea break, Craig Overton removed Rahane (14), and India was reduced to 117/6. In the end, Pant and Thakur ensured that India does not lose more wickets before the tea interval.

Earlier, India lost the wickets of Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Cheteshwar Pujara as England dominated the opening session. At lunch, India’s score read 54/3 with Kohli (18*) and Ravindra Jadeja (2*) unbeaten at the crease. In the first session, 25 overs were bowled and the English bowlers made sure they repaid the faith shown by skipper Joe Root as he won the toss and decided to bowl.

Sent into bat, the Indian openers — Rohit and Rahul — mixed caution with aggression and the duo saw out the opening spells of James Anderson and Ollie Robinson. However, the introduction of Chris Woakes paid off straight away as he dismissed Rohit (11), ending the 28-run opening stand.

Pujara next joined Rahul in the middle and the duo found the going tough and they did not score a single run for almost five overs, and this eventually brought about a wicket, as Rahul (17) was trapped in front by Ollie Robinson, reducing India to 28/2.

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Pujara (4) also failed to leave a mark with the bat as he chased a wide delivery and his wicket was grabbed by James Anderson, reducing India to 39/3 in the 20th over. In the end, Kohli and Jadeja ensured that India went into the lunch break without losing any further wicket.

India 1st Innings 191/10 (61.3 ov)

 

Brief Scores: India 191 all out (Shardul Thakur 57, Virat Kohli 50, Chris Woakes 4-55) vs England.

Third Session

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  • Wicket! Dropped and then a runout, Jasprit Bumrah out without facing a ball
  • Wicket! Shardul Thakur out after scoring important 57 runs in just 36 balls
  • Loud appeal by Chirs Woakes aginst Shardul Thakur for LBW, Umpires denies, Root goes for review
  • Fifty for Shardul Thakur, 3 sixes and 6 fours for him, completes the fifty in just 31 balls
  • Fifty Partnership for the 8th Wicket! 
  • Another Dropped Catch! This time it’s Shardul Thakur, Jonny Bairstow drops one down the leg side. How costly will it be.
  • If Thakur scores a fifty then, adding him ahead of R Ashwin will turn out to be a great decision. These are useful runs by Thakur that can change the game on it’s head
  • Six! Shardul Thakur plays a lofted shot against Craig Overton for a beautiful six. India will aim to get close to 200
  • Shardul Thakur is playing good cricketing shots, hits back to back boundaries against Chris Woakes
  • Wicket! Pant comes out of the crease and tries a big shot over the Mid on. Miss hits it in the air. Moeen Ali takes an easy catch, gives Woakes his third wicket
  • Dropped! Rishabh Pant survives, Overton is the man, It was Burns catch but Overtan tries to take stunner, fails in the end
  • One end for Chris Wokes another end for Craig Overton
  • Rishabh Pant is looking to score quick runs in the last session. He will be supported by Shardul Thakur and the rest of the tail-enders

IND vs ENG LIVE Score

Tea Report

At the tea break, India’s score read 122/6 with Rishabh Pant (4*) and Shardul Thakur (4*) unbeaten at the crease. Resuming the second session at 54/3, Kohli and Jadeja added 15 more runs before Jadeja (10) was sent back to the pavilion by Chris Woakes. Jadeja poked at a delivery bowled outside off and he handed a simple catch to skipper Joe Root at first slip, reducing India to 69/4.

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Ajinkya Rahane then joined Kohli in the middle and the duo started reviving the innings for India. The Indian skipper brought up his half-century in the 40th over and he was looking set for a big one. However, as soon as he brought the landmark, Kohli (50) was sent back to the pavilion by Ollie Robinson.

Right before the tea break, Craig Overton removed Rahane (14), and India was reduced to 117/6. In the end, Pant and Thakur ensured that India does not lose more wickets before the tea interval.

Earlier, India lost the wickets of Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul and Cheteshwar Pujara as England dominated the opening session. At lunch, India’s score read 54/3 with Kohli (18*) and Ravindra Jadeja (2*) unbeaten at the crease. In the first session, 25 overs were bowled and the English bowlers made sure they repaid the faith shown by skipper Joe Root as he won the toss and decided to bowl.

Sent into bat, the Indian openers — Rohit and Rahul — mixed caution with aggression and the duo saw out the opening spells of James Anderson and Ollie Robinson. However, the introduction of Chris Woakes paid off straight away as he dismissed Rohit (11), ending the 28-run opening stand.

Pujara next joined Rahul in the middle and the duo found the going tough and they did not score a single run for almost five overs, and this eventually brought about a wicket, as Rahul (17) was trapped in front by Ollie Robinson, reducing India to 28/2.

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Pujara (4) also failed to leave a mark with the bat as he chased a wide delivery and his wicket was grabbed by James Anderson, reducing India to 39/3 in the 20th over. In the end, Kohli and Jadeja ensured that India went into the lunch break without losing any further wicket.

@8:15 PM: Players will have Tea now

@8:05 PM: Wicket! Ajinkya Rahane departs, Craig Overton does the trick for England. Once again nicked one through to the slip cordon.

@8:00 PM: Craig Overton is trying a different tactic against Rahane, He is bowling that surprise shot ball. Rahane has done well so far. Going against it with a hook shot

@7:55 PM: Craig Overton is back into the attack, Rahane survives as the ball almost roll on to the stumps

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@7:45 PM: India has not managed to score a single run since Virat Kohli’s wicket it has been over 10 minutes and three overs

@7:40 PM: Rishabh Pant joins vice-captain Ajinkya Rahane in the middle. Pant needs to perform here. Both the batsmen on the crease are struggling with form

@7:33 PM: Wicket! Ollie Robinson gets the big wicket, removes Virat Kohli to claim his 2nd wicket of the innings. Indian fans will have to wait a bit more for Virat Kohli’s century 

@7:22 PM: Fifty up for Virat Kohli! This is 2nd fifty in a row for India captain and a much-needed one. He capitalises on the drop catch early in the innings and is on a rescue mission

@7:15 PM: Drinks

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@7:05 PM: Virat moves to 45 with a superb cover drive boundary against James Anderson. Jimmy will be happy to take that boundary as he knows one of these overpitched balls will give him the wicket of Kohli

@7:00 PM: Back to back boundaries for Kohli, One through covers, other down the leg side. He is looking to play more shots and score runs

@6:55 PM: James Anderson is back into the attack. Just for Virat Kohli. If he gets the big wicket Jimmy will put England on Driver’s seat

@6:40 PM: Rahane Survives! Big LBW appeal by Woakes, Umpires gives him out, Rahane chats with Kohli, and as always Kohli asks him to take the review. In the end, the umpire had to overturn the decision as it was too high

@6:30 PM: Wicket! Jadeja Departs! Beautiful bowling by Chris, bowls a brilliant in swinger Jajdeja edges it into the slips. Safe hands of Joe Root takes the catch

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@6:20 PM: Kohli Survives! The partnership is worth 25 off 46 deliveries and Kohli survived as a catch at the slip cordon went begging. Kohli was dropped as Joe Root failed to get hold of the thick outside edge that Woakes induced. It was a gift by the India captain and his counterpart failed to latch on to it.

@6:15 PM: It’s time for the second session to start and it will be Kohli on strike with Woakes starting proceedings.

@5:45 PM: The good thing for India is that skipper Virat Kohli is out there in the middle and he will aim to lead from the front.The mystery around Ajinkya Rahane not coming to bat in his designated position continues but Jadeja has shown good composure.

@5:30 PM: India struggling at 54/3 at Lunch on Day one as the top-order failed to fire, once again. Jadeja and Kohli are currently out in the middle and this partnership will be key for India. 

@5:20 PM – 50 up for India: Ravindra Jadeja is being promoted to No.5 as India protects an out of form Ajinkya Rahane against the moving ball. Virat Kohli is slowly getting into the groove and this partnership will be key for India.

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@ 5:10 PM – WICKET- Massive loss for India as Pujara departs to leave India three down. Anderson with a peach of a delivery removed Pujara as his poor form continues. Anderson gets the ball to move away, Pujara hands his bat to feel it and the ball kisses his bat as Bairstow swallows it.

cricket. He reaches the milestone with an on-drive off Anderson. The India skipper is the fastest to reach the landmark.

@4:50 PM – Kohli is yet to get off the mark and Pujara meanwhile has opened his account. Overcast conditions and the England bowlers are having a go at the Indians in relentless fashion. This is an exciting contest.

raped in front, the umpire gave him Out and the review suggested there was no edge and the ball was hitting on top of the middle stump. Virat Kohli joins Pujara.

@4:30 PM: England Review: Loud appeal from Robinson and England take the review only to waste it. It was an in-dipper from Robinson and the ball hit Rahul on the front of leg. It was missing leg stump. Six maidens in a row and the pressure is clearly on the Indian batsmen.

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Joe Root made an excellent change in bowling and the move worked as Chris Woakes with a beauty extracted an outside edge to pack off the India opener.

@4:15 PM: WICKET! Chris Woakes strikes as Rohit Sharma departs early to give England an early advantage. 

@4:10 PM: Chris Woakes replaces James Anderson. This is the first bowling change and Rahul has been drawn to play a booming drive but the ball misses the edge. The ball isn’t swinging much but the Indian openers need to be watchful as the England pacers are making the batsmen play.

@4:00 PM: This is building as a fine start and both the openers are fairly comfortable in the middle, busy blunting the new ball.

@3:55PM: James Anderson and Ollie Robinson are bowling in tandem but there is not much movement off the pitch and credit to the Indian openers, who are not hurried and have given the team a sedate start. Rahul has been the aggressor with three boundaries and Rohit has got one boundary.

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@3:50 PM: India off to steady start

India 1st Innings13/0 (4.1 ov)

@3:40 PM: Four – KL Rahul is all class as he gets the first boundary for India. Slightly overpitched from Anderson and Rahul leans into the drive and creams it through the covers. He then gets a thick outside edge but played with soft hands to find another boundary.

@3:30 PM: Play has begun and India are off the mark with Rohit Sharma safely negotiating James Anderson in the opening over.

@3:20 PM: The Indian Cricket Team is sporting black armbands today to honour the demise of Shri Vasudev Paranjape.

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@3:10 PM: Playing XI

India: Rohit Sharma, KL Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli(c), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant(w), Ravindra Jadeja, Shardul Thakur, Umesh Yadav, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj

England: Rory Burns, Haseeb Hameed, Dawid Malan, Joe Root(c), Ollie Pope, Jonny Bairstow(w), Moeen Ali, Chris Woakes, Craig Overton, Ollie Robinson, James Anderson

@3:00 PM: England wins Toss, Opts to Bowl First

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2:56 PM: Pitch Report by Rob Key: “There is a good covering of grass on this surface and that could be a dilemma for the captain, because it will do a fair bit on the first day but it always gets better here at The Oval. Spin could be a factor later on, as it usually is and run-making does get easier. As a captain, it’s about whether your can see off the opening day and then bat well, or use the conditions on the opening day with the ball. It’s not a bad toss to lose”

@2:50 PM: Toss coming up in 10 minutes. Will the coin land in Virat Kohli’s favour?

@2:40 PM: Pitch at The Oval: Bounce, carry, movement and assistance to spinners as the Test progresses.One can expect the pitch to aid both batsmen and bowlers but with a cloud cover the first session will be crucial. The forecast is clear for the first four days but there is a chance of rain on the final day.

@2:30 PM: England Predicted Playing 11: Rory Burns, Haseeb Hameed, Dawid Malan, Joe Root (C), Jonny Bairstow (WK), Ollie Pope, Moeen Ali (VC), Chris Woakes, Ollie Robinson, Mark Wood, James Anderson

@2:20 PM: India Predicted Playing 11:KL Rahul, Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (C), Ajinkya Rahane (VC), Rishabh Pant (WK), Ravindra Jadeja, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Siraj

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@2:10 PM: With a cloud cover and wind assistance, toss will be very crucial and Virat Kohli will hope that the coin lands in his favour.

@2:05 PM: The England team arrives at The Oval for the fourth Test and they will be pumped up after edging out India in Leeds.

@2:00 PM: Bowling coach Bharat Arun is confident that India will bounce back. 

@1:48 PM: The big day has arrived and India will look to bounce back after being demolished by an innings and 76 runs in Leeds. But the biggest question is will veteran spinner R Ashwin play? We will get you all the details.

IND vs ENG LIVE – Will Ashwin Play? Despite of Ravindra Jadeja’s failure with ball in first 3 tests, despite of Ashwin being ranked as No. 2 bowler in the world – uncertainty over the inclusion of Ravichandran Ashwin, currently the world’s best spinner continues. 

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Jadeja just has two wickets from his 76 overs in the three Tests and it is unlikely that he will be sidelined because the team management trusts his batting more than Ashwin’s.

Also Read: IND vs ENG 4th test: Can Virat Kohli & Co break 50 year old jinx at Oval? 

This means Ashwin’s inclusion in the team will be solely dependent on one fact, whether India will go in with 4 pacers or 2 spinners in Oval. 

 

Former England captain Nasser Hussain has said that “world No. 2 spinner” should have played in Headingley and that he must play in the fourth Test. 

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“What India have is an off-spin bowler ranked No. 2 and a batsman good enough to have made five Test centuries in Ashwin. He should have played at Headingley against England’s five left-handers and he must play at the Oval,” Hussain wrote in his column for the Daily Mail. 

 

“The most likely solution is that Ashwin will come in for a seamer” 

 

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IND vs ENG LIVE Score: – But Bowling coach Bharat Arun felt that the hosts were “wary of Ashwin’s abilities” and team is not expecting pitches which assist spinners. According to Arun, ‘Ashwin’s inclusion will be dependent on how the pitch and condition’s look on the morning of the match”

 

On the other hand it is decided that Ishant Sharma will be rested & is not in consideration for the 4th test. 



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