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India leads England by 95 runs

Ind vs Eng LIVE score, 1st Test Day 3: Rory Burns, Sibley start inns as England trail India, ENG 3/0 (4 ovs); Follow LIVE updates: England have started their innings after India took an impressive 95 runs lead as tail-wagged. Virat Kohli and Co will be eyeing early wickets to put England under pressure

Earlier, KL Rahul’s top Innings for India helped India take lead against England on day 3. He departed after a well-fought 84 runs while R Jadeja also smashed fifty as India crossed 50 runs lead against hosts England.

After, India’s middle batting order mire, the duo put some formidable runs on the scoreboard. Jasprit Bumrah added crucial runs towards the end to stretch India’s lead to 95 runs. Meanwhile, James Anderson overtook Anil Kumble to become third-highest wicket-taker in Test cricket – Follow LIVE updates on insidesport.co and LIVE streaming on SONY LIV

Ind vs Eng LIVE score

@20:45: England start cautiously against India

@20:30: Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley start England inns

Ind vs Eng LIVE score 

England 2nd Innings2/0 (2.1 ov)

Rory Burns Not out 1 10 0 0 10.00
Dom Sibley Not out 0 4 0 0 0.00
Extra 1 (b 0, w 0, nb 1, lb 0)
Total 2/0 (2.1)
Yet To Bat Zak CrawleyJE RootJM BairstowDW LawrenceJos ButtlerSM CurranOllie Edward RobinsonStuart BroadJames Anderson

IND vs ENG 1st Test: 622 days since captain Virat Kohli hit his last century, lean patch now becoming huge worry for Team India

Ind vs Eng LIVE score

India 1st Innings 278/10 (84.5 ov)

Ind vs Eng LIVE, 1st Test Day 3

@20:24 IST: Innings Break! Virat Kohli & Co eye early wickets against England

@20:20 IST:

@20:00 IST: Jasprit Bumrah adding some handy runs as the tail is wagging for India.

@19:55 IST: Mohd Shami departs for 13 as Robinson strikes

@19:55 IST: Ollie Robinson gets the new ball for England

@19:45 IST: India looking for handsome lead against England, will the lead go pass 100?

@19:28 IST: R Jadeja smashes fifty, India on top

@19:15 IST: R Jadeja is nearing towards his half-century

@19:05 IST: Another wicket for Anderson, Shardul Thakur departs

@18:55 IST: KL Rahul finally departs for 84 runs

Most wickets vs an opponent at home:

87 James Anderson vs Ind
86 Harbhajan Singh vs Aus
84 Stuart Broad vs Aus
79 Ian Botham vs Aus

@18.40 IST: KL Rahul and R Jadeja resume India innings post Lunch

@ 17:26 IST: Strong appeal from Stuart Broad. UltraEdge shows a straight line, no edge of the bat. Rahul survives. England have no reviews left.

@17:01 IST: Confusion in running. Ravindra Jadeja gets a life!

@16:45 IST: Rishabh Pant caught by Jonny Bairstow at covers on Ollie Robinson’s delivery.

@16:36 IST:

@16:23 IST: 

@16:18 IST: Rain has stopped, match could restart at 4.35 PM IST. Lunch will be taken at 1:30 pm BST.

@16:10 IST:

@16:05 IST: The drizzle is back, dampening India and England’s hope of restart

@15:59 IST: Play will resume at 11:40 am, covers are being removed as it’s not raining at the moment.

@15:55 IST: The forecast has gone from bad to worst

@15:48 IST: The umpires are having a look at the conditions. The rain has got lighter and Sun peeping out of the clouds.

@15:40 IST: Rain interrupts play after just 11 balls during opening session.

@15:37 IST: Maiden over for Ollie Robinson as India tries to cautious approach during first few minutes.

@15:30 IST: Rishabh Pant and KL Rahul resume India innings. James Anderson with the bowl.

@15:15: Rishabh Pant to Sony LIV, ‘It’s about the process and trusting your game in England conditions’. Can he help India fight back on Day 3?

@15:07: Pitch report ‘There is still some live grass on offer, some divots are coming out. The seamers will look to exploit that good length area into play. Runs on offer if you go too full though’, said Mel Jones as quoted by Cricbuzz

@14:58: Virat Kohli and team India are discussing their tactics ahead of Day 3 in a huddle. Good news, It’s not raining at the moment.


@14:35:  Rain likely to interrupt on Day 3. Rain is predicted at around 12 PM BST (4.30 PM IST ) and around 4 PM BST (8.30 PM IST).

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 3 LIVE:

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 2 Stumps: Rain forced the 3rd session to be called off after two attempts to resume play in the 3rd session. At stumps, KL Rahul was unbeaten on 57 while Rishabh Pant was 7 not out.

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 2 Stumps: KL Rahul shines before James Anderson rattles India with quick wickets, India trail by 58 runs

The wily old James Anderson once again got his “bunny” Virat Kohli in a mesmerizing spell that undid India’s solid opening stand to leave them tottering at 125 for four against England on a rain-curtailed day two of the opening Test.

The 39-year-old Anderson (13.4-7-15-2) swung it in England’s favour with successive precision deliveries that got Cheteshwar Pujara (4) and Virat Kohli (0) as India from 97 for no loss slumped to 112 for four in a space of less than six overs.

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 2 Stumps: The in-from KL Rahul (57 batting off 151 balls) is still standing tall amid ruins alongside Rishabh Pant (7 batting) but the advantage that India got in the opening session was neutralised by Anderson’s spell and the pressure also led to an unfortunate run-out of Ajinkya Rahane (5).

Rahul’s classy Test match batting would surely be a relief for the Indian team management after the talented Karnataka batsman lost his place in the longest formats due to a prolonged bad patch. He could have also been Anderson’s third victim but was dropped in the slips, his only batting glitch on the day.

The nine fours, mostly drives, were majestic and the control over his own mind while selecting the bad balls under overcast conditions was exemplary.

But Anderson did take the cake on the day the pacer with the highest number of Test matches under his belt (163rd game) equalled Anil Kumble’s record of 619 scalps. He matched Kumble’s record after fooling the Indian captain once again in the corridor of uncertainty.

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 2 Stumps: It was a fuller delivery that Kohli played for the inswinger but it held its line to take a healthy edge into Jos Buttler’s gloves. Both Kohli and Anderson would have a sense of deja vu thinking about what happened in 2014.

A ball before, the artist was at work as he got Pujara forward with one that was shaping into him in the air but deviated away when he pressed forward for Buttler to take a low catch.

The manner of dismissal is sure to increase the cobwebs in Pujara’s mind as this series is certainly going to have a bearing on his international future. The delivery could have got any batter out but Pujara’s 16-ball, 17-minute brief stay did indicate that he is under tremendous pressure.

He could have been dismissed earlier by Ollie Robinson (15-5-32-1) when he shouldered arms to a straight delivery but the height factor came to his rescue.

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 2 Stumps: However, Indian team had one of its best opening stands in recent tours of England before Rohit Sharma’s (36 off 107 balls) now familiar propensity to pull brought about his downfall at the stroke of lunch.

The opening duo did well enough to keep the four-pronged home team attack at bay but Rohit’s attempt to dispatch. Robinson’s short ball behind the square leg boundary didn’t quite work out as he threw it away after doing all the hard work.

The partnership certainly put England on the back-foot with a deep point being stationed at times to stop the flow of boundaries. They patiently waited for the loose deliveries and played some delightful drives, keeping the scoreboard ticking with Rahul blending his caution and aggression in equal measure to remain undefeated.

Their gameplan was simple and that was to see off the first hour with minimum risks. Rohit, in particular, showed his technical prowess getting right behind the moving deliveries. He was ready to play the waiting game, something that’s not exactly his characteristic, showing how badly he wants to get a significant score in overseas conditions.

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 2 Stumps: But when the opportunity presented itself, he did show Robinson as to why he is rated so highly amongst his peers with a superb back-drive and when required opened his bat face to glide it between point and gully or flick one off his hips.

Rahul, who came into the match with runs behind his back, was on 11 in his first 60 balls but then hit some exquisite square and cover drives when the ball stopped moving around after the 30-over mark.

He understood that he had the game to accelerate and did just that during the last 45 minutes. Once Sam Curran came into bowl, the lack of express pace helped them as both lunged forward with pronounced front-press to beat the off-side cordon.

However, on the third day, he would perhaps need to start from scratch after multiple interruptions in play and get a big one.


Also read: IND vs ENG 1st Test: Captain Virat Kohli’s lean patch now becoming huge worry for Team India

Ind vs Eng, 1st Test Day 2 Stumps: Day 1 Summary

Both India openers — KL Rahul and Rohit Sharma remained unbeaten at Day 1 stumps after India pacers bowled out England for 183. Jasprit Bumrah was the pick of the bowler with 4/46 while Mohammed Shami returned with 3/28. At stumps, India posted 21/0 with Rahul and Rohit unbeaten on 9 each.

Earlier, Joe Root won the toss and opted to bat first.

Also Read: IND vs ENG 1st Test: Cheteshwar Pujara’s dismal run continues, falls cheaply on 4

England 183 all out (65.2 ovs)

IND vs ENG LIVE Score: Team News: Playing XI:

England (Playing XI): Rory Burns, Dominic Sibley, Zak Crawley, Joe Root(c), Jonny Bairstow, Daniel Lawrence, Jos Buttler(w), Sam Curran, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, James Anderson

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

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