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2:00pm – India look to build on 292-run lead at Trent Bridge
India’s overnight batsmen Cheteshwar Pujara (33) and Virat Kohli (8) will resume the second innings at 124-2 on day three of the third Test against England at Trent Bridge. The visitors put up 329 on the board in their first innings before bowling out England for 161 to take a 168-run lead.
India’s overall lead now stands at 292 runs and they will be aiming to consolidate on that as they look to fight their way back into the five-match series. Do not miss any of the action at Trent Bridge by following the live ball-by-ball updates here.
12:00pm – Ajinkya Rahane delighted with return to form
Ajinkya Rahane has said that a comprehensive analysis of his batting failures in the first two Tests against England was responsible for his much improved showing at Trent Bridge.
The India deputy skipper’s knock of 81 was one of the highlights from the visitors’ first innings total of 329. Read what Rahane had to say about his return to form here.
11:00am – Hardik Pandya wants Kapil Dev comparisons to stop
Hardik Pandya was the star for India on day two of the Trent Bridge Test against England with the all-rounder bagging his maiden five-wicket haul.
Pandya’s spell of 5-28 helped India bowl England out for 161 in their first innings and the all-rounder has now urged his critics to stop the comparisons with Kapil Dev.
Read what Pandya had to say here.
10:00am – Jos Buttler says there is no magic remedy to England’s batting woes
England’s batting woes resurfaced at Trent Bridge on Sunday with the hosts losing 10 wickets in a session in the third Test against India. After 54 runs were added for the opening wicket, England were bowled out for just 161 in their first innings as India took a 168-run lead.
Jos Buttler has said that there is no ‘magic answer’ to fix England’s notorious trend of batting collapses. Read Buttler’s quotes in full on England’s batting troubles here.