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  • 3:46 PM IST

    Ravindra Jadeja is man of the match

  • 3:25 PM IST

    India win by eight wickets! So that is it, India go two up in the series as they win this match. Fine performance by the home team. Parthiv Patel hits the winning runs. He remains unbeaten on 67

  • 3:21 PM IST

    Live Score India vs England, 3rd Test | IND 88/2: OUT! Consolation wicket this for Adil Rashid. Cheteshwar Pujara looking to sweep, gets the top edge and the ball goes towards the left of Joe Root at short fine leg,. C Pujara c Root b Adil Rashid 25(50)

  • 3:05 PM IST

    Yes we agree!

  • 3:04 PM IST

    Live Score India vs England, 3rd Test | IND 76/1: Excellent batting by Parthiv Patel. 50 in just 39 deliveries for Parthiv. That is his fifth Test fifty. Selectors might just give him an extended run. Who knows!

  • 2:59 PM IST

    Live Score India vs England, 3rd Test | IND 42/1: The partnership between Parthiv Patel and Cheteshwar Pujara is now worth 56 runs. India inching closer towards the victory and now need just 40 more runs to win.

  • 2:44 PM IST

    Live Score India vs England, 3rd Test | IND 42/1: Things going slowly for India after the tea break. The home side now needs 61 more runs to win. And they have all the time in the world to score these remaining runs.

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  • 2:20 PM IST

    Live Score India vs England, 3rd Test | IND 33/1: So that is tea break on day four. India just 70 runs away from win.Parthiv Patel and Cheteshwar Pujara are at the crease batting respectively on 16 and 13. Join us after the tea break

  • 2:20 PM IST

    Live Score India vs England, 3rd Test | IND 24/1: Parthiv Patel batting brilliantly. He has hit three boundaries already, two of which came in last over against Chris Woakes. Meanwhile, Cheteshwar Pujara joins the act as well, hits two back to back boundaries. India now need 79 more runs to win

Here you can catch all the live updates from Day 4 of the third Test between India and England. Action will begin at 9.30 am IST. The Virat Kohli-lead Indian team is at the driver’s seat to win the third Test to take a 2-0 lead in the series at Mohali. Indian all-rounders performed brilliantly on day three which put them in a comfortable position.  Ravindra Jadeja and Ravichandran Ashwin built a 97-run partnership and scored 72 and 90 respectively. Ravindra Jadeja after a long time played a match-defining innings. He built two crucial partnerships – one was with Ashwin, and another one with Jayant Yadav for 80 runs. Also check- India vs England, 3rd Test Full Scorecard

Jayant, who made his debut in Visakhapatnam, scored 55. India once lost six wickets for 204 runs but Ashwin and Jadeja’s performance changed the hue of the match. India took 134 runs first innings lead.

England when came to commence their second innings they faced the wrath of Ravichandran Ashwin who took three wickets while Jayant Yadav took one. So, today it is expected that Indian spinners will clean the middle order and lower order of England over the session on day four.

With Cook, Moeen Ali, Ben Stokes, and Jonny Bairstow were sent back to dressing room Virat Kohli will poly aggressive strategy to get rid of rest of England batsmen on Day four. It is expected that India bowlers would clean the England batting line-up in the first two sessions. With England are currently batting on 78 for 4 so they will probably give India a small target to chase in one four sessions. Also check- (India Vs England 3rd Test Day 3, Video Highlights: Ravi Ashwin’s all-round effort leaves visitors in trouble)

Earlier in the match, England captain Alastair Cook winning the toss elected to bat first and bowled for 283. India in reply  were tittering at six for 204  and it seemed that England would get 40 to 50 runs lead which could have been ominous for India, but Ashwin and Jadeja built 97 and Jadeja went on to build another 80 runs partnership with Jayant which helped India to post 417 on board and took 134 runs lead. The lead snatched the advantage from England. The victory in the third -Test will ensure India’s impeccable record at home.


England: 283 & 78 for 4 (Joe Root unbeaten 36, Ravichandran Ashwin 3 for 19)

India: 417 (Ravichandran Ashwin 90, Ravichandran Ashwin 72, Virat Kohli 62, Ben Stokes 5 for 73, Adil Rashid 4 for 118)