OVER 31: India 124-2 (Pujara 33* Kohli 8*)
Stokes comes around the wicket in an attempt to unsettle Kohli. It’s not going to happen. A maiden ends another intriguing day, and one that belongs to India. They’ve taken control of this game.
OVER 30: India 124-2 (Pujara 33* Kohli 8*)
Pujara stonewalls Anderson’s first five balls and then a gorgeous delivery beats the bat. Stokes will have what looks like the final over of the day.
OVER 29: India 124-2 (Pujara 33* Kohli 8*)
Stokes persists with a short length, trying to tuck up Kohli. India’s skipper is back and works two out to Keaton Jennings at deep backward square leg. Jennings falls over, which brings a few laughs from the hardy fans left at Trent Bridge.
Then two uncertain pull shots, both from bouncers. One went through to Bairstow, who dropped it. Thankfully for him, UltraEdge confirms that Kohli missed it.
OVER 28: India 122-2 (Pujara 33* Kohli 6*)
A false shot from Pujara is followed by a solid, back-foot defensive. Just a Kohli single from Anderson’s over.
OVER 27: India 121-2 (Pujara 33* Kohli 5*)
Short leg in, and Stokes tries to pepper Pujara and Kohli. Nothing doing apart from a couple of singles.
OVER 26: India 119-2 (Pujara 32* Kohli 4*)
These two look eager to bat all day tomorrow. Just a single each from Anderson’s comeback over.
OVER 25: India 117-2 (Pujara 31* Kohli 3*)
India seem very comfortable as Stokes returns. The batsmen share four singles. James Anderson will be back.
OVER 24: India 112-2 (Pujara 29* Kohli 1*)
Kohli is away with a single, not before almost contributing to the run out of Pujara at the non-striker’s end. Pujara and takes a single to end the over.
WICKET! Dhawan st Bairstow b Rashid 44
Out of nowhere! Rashid drops short again and Dhawan drops back to tuck a couple towards fine leg. Then he throws his wicket away. Dhawan is down the pitch and beaten by the pitch of a googly that leaves him. Bairstow is admirably alert at the end of a long day. FOW: India 111-2
OVER 23: India 109-1 (Dhawan 42* Pujara 28*)
Pujara gets one to fine leg before Dhawan glances for four in the same direction. Woakes, the bowler, is annoyed at Rashid. He doesn’t think there was enough effort out on the boundary. Another glance takes Dhawan to 42.
OVER 22: India 102-1 (Dhawan 37* Pujara 27*)
Apologies. I think I counted a leg bye as a run for Dhawan. That’s been amended for you. Rashid’s over costs only one, which goes to Pujara.
OVER 21: India 102-1 (Dhawan 38* Pujara 26*)
Hopeful, half-hearted appeal from England with 10 minutes until the close. Pujara played and missed, flicking his bat against his pad. Jonny Bairstow collected and asking the umpire looked like an afterthought.
A leg bye takes the lead to 270.
OVER 20: India 101-1 (Dhawan 38* Pujara 26*)
Nice over from Rashid, but India still accumulate four runs fairly easily. Dhawan works two and then a single before Pujara follows suit with another one.
OVER 19: India 97-1 (Dhawan 35* Pujara 25*)
Dropped. Oh dear. That sums up the last two sessions for England, unfortunately. Woakes finds the edge of Dhawan’s bat but Cook cannot hold on at first slip. It went low to him, but that really should have been held.
Next ball, Dhawan pushes strongly to extra cover and takes an assertive single.
OVER 18: India 96-1 (Dhawan 34* Pujara 25*)
Again, Dhawan takes one from the first ball. Pujara drives with rubber wrists for a single. Dhawan adds another single and Pujara finshes Rashid’s over with two to deep mid-wicket. That last ball was a full toss.
OVER 17: India 91-1 (Dhawan 32* Pujara 22*)
Dhawan adds one, Pujara sees out the rest of Woakes’ over.
OVER 16: India 90-1 (Dhawan 31* Pujara 22*)
Rashid went for 10 in his first over yesterday and he’s gone for nine here. Dhawan gives Pujara the strike and two short balls are struck for four, the first with a nice back-cut and the next with a robust but elegant back-footed drive through mid-on.
As Adil Rashid comes on, here’s a snap of Ben Stokes’ celebration after dismissing KL Rahul.
OVER 15: India 81-1 (Dhawan 30* Pujara 14*)
Dhawan glances a four before taking India to drinks with a leg-side single.
OVER 14: India 76-1 (Dhawan 25* Pujara 14*)
Dhawan edges and unconvincing single and then, ominously for England, Pujara pings two imperious straight drives past Stokes for four.
OVER 13: India 67-1 (Dhawan 24* Pujara 6*)
Well bowled. Just a single to Dhawan from Woakes’ over and a beauty to finish up, delivered from wide of the crease and beating Pujara.
OVER 12: India 66-1 (Dhawan 23* Pujara 6*)
Pujara gets away with a glanced four and then plays with soft hands to add another couple.
WICKET! Rahul b Stokes 36
Dhawan adds a single and Stokes is in the game! He tails a full delivery back into the right-hander and an inside edge rattles back into the stumps via Rahul’s pads. Stokes roars with delight. FOW: India 60-1
OVER 11: India 59-0 (Dhawan 22* Rahul 36*)
Two Dhawan singles either side of a leg bye with Rahul on strike. Stifled lbw appeal to end the over. A good set from Woakes but no breakthrough.
OVER 10: India 56-0 (Dhawan 20* Rahul 36*)
Dhawan adds another single and Rahul is then extremely fortunate. He comes forward and edges and nip-backer just past the stumps to fine leg.
Rahul drops into the leg-side and Stokes collides with Dhawan again. Both go down…
…but they’re friends again. Phew.
OVER 9: India 50-0 (Dhawan 19* Rahul 31*)
No, not immediately. Dhawan cuts away, just past Ollie Pope, and brings up the half-century partnership. Stokes is up.
OVER 8: India 46-0 (Dhawan 15* Rahul 31*)
Dhawan wafts at Broad and edges…but he’ll get four. And the lead extends to 209. It’s 210 when a late cut reaches freshly-installed third man.
Whooosh. Rahul carts a drive up and into the off side for another four. he moves onto 31 from 26 deliveries. Chris Woakes is up. Can he stop the bleeding?
OVER 7: India 37-0 (Dhawan 10* Rahul 27*)
Two crisp boundaries off Anderson for Rahul, both of them through the off side. Nicely played.
OVER 5: India 28-0 (Dhawan 10* Rahul 18*)
A maiden from Anderson gives England something to work with. Broad will continue.
OVER 4: India 28-0 (Dhawan 10* Rahul 18*)
Ten more off this over and India’s lead is almost at 200. Rahul is slightly fortunate in picking up the first boundary to third man but then guides Broad for another couple and slashes hard to pick up a second four.
OVER 3: India 18-0 (Dhawan 10* Rahul 8*)
Anderson strays onto Rahul’s pads and the batsman flips him aerially into the leg-side for a boundary. A single off the final ball means he keeps the strike. India are going at a run a ball.
OVER 2: India 13-0 (Dhawan 10* Rahul 3*)
Broad is on the money. How England could do with one of his miracle spells. Rahul nudges a couple and then a single befor Dhawan loops another leading edge that just evades cover. Two more.
OVER 1: India 8-0 (Dhawan 8* Rahul 0*)
Dhawan creams a cover drive for four and then adds a second, streakier boundary via a leading edge that flies through the slips. Anderson has an appeal for lbw turned down in between.
England are back out there and some stern words are bouncing around their huddle. Joe Root and Ben Stokes looked to be the most vocal.
India lead by 168 runs
Even after that rearguard from Buttler, England are in deep trouble here. Pandya finished with figures of 5-28.
WICKET! Buttler c sub (Thakur) b Bumrah 39
Sloppy from India, for the first time this session. Buttler top-edges a pull and Shami is slow in coming around so England can add two.
But then it’s over. Buttler skies a slog and the substitute fielder, Shardul Thakur, comes off the fence to complete the catch. Umpire Erasmus asks to have a look at whether the bowler has overstepped…and he is very close, but fine. FOW: England 161 all out
OVER 38: England 159-9 (Buttler 37* Anderson 1*)
Kohli curiously leaves the field and Buttler goes long, stepping back and slicing a full ball over long-off for a maximum.
Again, Buttler waits for the penultimate ball to take one. And again, after Dhawan helps him sort out his contact lense, Anderson survives.
OVER 37: England 152-9 (Buttler 30* Anderson 1*)
Bumrah has the ball in his hand again and the fielders scatter. Buttler turns down four easy singles and then takes one. Again, Anderson survives the final delivery. It was close, though. he just manages to fend off a short ball, evading short leg.
OVER 36: England 151-9 (Buttler 29* Anderson 1*)
After a couple of dots, Buttler slashes a couple. More ironic cheers for England’s 150. Hardik Pandya is taking a break in the tourists’ changing room at the moment:
Buttler takes the single with a ball to go, becoming the joint top-scorer of this England innings. Anderson plays and misses, but survives.
OVER 35: England 148-9 (Buttler 26* Anderson 1*)
After keeping pretty subdued all afternoon, the Trent Bridge crowd has woken up. Anderson’s single, bringing Buttler back on strike, is heartily cheered.
Buttler guides Pandya into the leg side and they scamper two. Pandya cleverly goes wider to add a dot but Buttler then drops the final ball of the over into the leg side and will face the returning Ishant Sharma.
OVER 34: England 144-9 (Buttler 23* Anderson 0*)
Ironic cheers as England stumble past the follow-on figure. Appropriately, it comes in a streaky manner, via an inside edge from Buttler that loops over cover.
But that appears to have freed up Buttler. He lofts Shami for a boundary over mid-on, pulls a six and smears another four through mid-wicket.
OVER 33: England 128-9 (Buttler 7* Anderson 0*)
Fantastic over from Pandya, continuing a wonderful spell. England still need two runs to avoid the follow on.
WICKET! Broad lbw b Pandya 0
Ah. England are nine down. Three dots and then one that swings back in late. Broad is absolutely P.L.U.M.B and Pandya has five. FOW: England 128-9
WICKET! Rashid c Pant b Pandya 5
Pandya has another! Pant has another. It’s full and Rashid pushes forward but can only scratch it through to the ‘keeper. Pandya is on a hat-trick. FOW England 128-8
OVER 32: England 128-7 (Buttler 7* Rashid 5*)
Lively over. Buttler bunts Shami down the ground for four before a single allows Rashid to glance another boundary. He’ll keep the strike following a single.
WICKET! Woakes c Pant b Pandya 8
Pandya has three, England are seven down. It was a swift bouncer that surprised Woakes and a thin top-edge…
…and Pant held on one-handed:
FOW: England 118-7
Is counter-attacking the way forward for England? Woakes is almost cleaned up first ball but regroups to collect a couple of off-side boundaries…hang on. He might have gloved one through to Pant…
WICKET! Bairstow c Kohli b Pandya 15
Pandya’s energetic spell snares another victim! Bairstow edges a half-hearted push and Kohli gobbles up the chance. From 54-0, England are 219 adrift and in all sorts of bother. FOW: England 110-6
OVER 30: England 110-5 (Bairstow 15*Buttler 2*)
Buttler edges his first delivery but plays with soft enough hands for it to bounce in front of a hungry slip cordon. He gets a grateful two via an inside edge.
WICKET! Stokes c Rahul b Shami 10
Shami sticks to his length, Stokes is squared up and edges to Rahul. That’s a comfortable catch and England are five down. Here comes Jos Buttler. FOW: 108-5
OVER 29: England 108-4 (Bairstow 15* Stokes 10*)
Four to Bairstow as a full, swinging delivery is edged down to third man. Here’s a great shot of Pandya appealing for the wicket of Stokes earlier.
Bairstow finishes the over by flailing four more through backwards point.
OVER 28: England 100-4 (Bairstow 7* Stokes 10*)
A flick from Bairstow to fine leg brings England to three figures. Good over from Shami, though. This is nicely poised.
Pandya thinks he has trapped Stokes lbw. Marais Erasmus said not out…and Stokes is lucky!
OVER 26: England 97-4 (Bairstow 5* Stokes 10*)
Big appeal as Shami thwacks Bairstow on the pads. They scamper a leg bye and then Stokes swings four through mid-wicket.
OVER 25: England 92-4 (Bairstow 5* Stokes 6*)
Two for Stokes to begin his stay, nicely pushed into off-side. Muffled applause. Pandya beats him soon afterwards, but Stokes ends with over with a slashed boundary over the cordon.
WICKET! Root c Rahul b Pandya 16
Immediate impact from Pandya! Or is there? Pandya starts slightly back of a length and Root edges to second slip, where it appears as though KL Rahul has scooped under the ball to pouch it.
Umpire Marais Erasmus goes upstairs with a soft signal of out…and we have the age-old problem that these catches just look quite dodgy on television.
It’s given to a chorus of boos and Root is raging as he trudges off. Ben Stokes takes his place. FOW: England 86-4
OVER 24: England 86-3 (Root 16* Bairstow 5*)
Shami returns with a maiden to Bairstow. Ashwin is back on the field but Kohli turns to Hardik Pandya.
OVER 23: England 86-3 (Root 16* Bairstow 5*)
Root escapes to the non-striker’s end after an inside edge so Bumrah can have a look at Bairstow. Eesh. The batsman gets a stinger on the inside thigh.
Four more runs from the over; a no ball, a chopped cut from Bairstow that brings a single and two via a glance from Root.
OVER 22: England 81-3 (Root 13* Bairstow 4*)
Shikhar Dhawan is at short leg and Bairstow almost pins him with a glance that goes for four. Sharma has packed his leg-side field but England’s ‘keeper does not succumb.
OVER 21: England 77-3 (Root 13* Bairstow 0*)
Bumrah is in a groove and Root is in survival mode. England get a couple when their skipper skews one through the slips and an utter pearler beats Root soon afterwards. Another excellent over.
Meanwhile, Ashwin is limbering up – and testing out that dodgy hip – in Trent Bridge’s indoor facility.
OVER 20: England 75-3 (Root 11* Bairstow 0*)
Bairstow is the new man and he gets a slippery bouncer first up. It’s a bit of a barrage actually. Bairstow stays firm, though.
WICKET! Pope c Pant b Sharma 10
Sharma strangles Pope down the leg-side. The batsman tickles an in-ducker so fine that Pant and bound across to gather. England are three down. FOW: England 75-3
OVER 19: England 75-2 (Root 11* Pope 10*)
Root gets fortunate again. He edges one between Pant and Pujara at first slip to pick up four. Debutant Pant could not readjust quickly enough.
OVER 18: England 71-2 (Root 7* Pope 10*)
Root is away. He swivels on a short ball from Sharma and gets four to fine leg, then he is back to punch another three through point. Excellent chase and slide from Hardik Pandya to save a run.
An update on Ashwin’s fitness here.
OVER 17: England 64-2 (Root 0* Pope 10*)
Back to back maidens for India and that is a fine set from Bumrah. One delivery is really special, jagging back and zipping through Pope, narrowly missing the bails.
OVER 16: England 64-2 (Root 0* Pope 10*)
A probing, painful over from Sharma to Root. The batsman gets an inside edge back into his body that will have really stung. Then there is a long, loud appeal for lbw. Not out.
Root has faced 11 deliveries and has yet to get going.
OVER 15: England 64-2 (Root 0* Pope 10*)
Pope is into double figures with a flip-pull that goes out to deep-backward square leg in the air. They run two, and those are the only runs of the over as Bumrah comes back well.
OVER 14: England 62-2 (Root 0* Pope 8*)
Pope drives three. He’s on eight off six balls. Obviously. A young man in a hurry.
Root plays out the remainder of the over comfortably enough…one semi-leading edge aside.
OVER 13: England 59-2 (Root 0* Pope 5*)
Pope is going to play his shots. A sweet drive for four brings him off the mark before the Surrey youngster gets an inside edge with a similar shot. He’s lucky, and gets a single down to fine leg. This could be a vastly entertaining little period.
WICKET! Jennings c Pant b Bumrah 20
Two in two! Bumrah deserves that. Jennings plays from the crease, hangs his bat out and snicks through to Pant. Both openers extracted in two balls. FOW: England 54-2
WICKET! Cook c Pant b Sharma 29
Excellent over from Sharma. First Cook edges a four through the slips, then he is dropped at first slip by Pujara, who was obstructed by this half-hearted effort from Pant…
…then Cook is out, nicking a full ball straight through to the ‘keeper. FOW: England 54-1
OVER 11: England 50-0 (Cook 25* Jennings 20*)
Jennings plays out a maiden from Bumrah, who beats him once outside off.
OVER 10: England 50-0 (Cook 25* Jennings 20*)
Sharma keeps it tight and Cook is willing to defend…until reaching for a wide length ball. That’s quite uncharacteristic, but it brings him a boundary.
Meanwhile, Ashwin has not reappeared after lunch.
Cook and Jennings trot down the steps from the dressing rooms to embark on the second session of the day.
There were plenty of laughs in India’s huddle, led by skipper Virat Kohli. Ishant Sharma will start us off.
That’s a strong session for England, who shot out India and then negotiated tough conditions to reduce their deficit to 283.
OVER 9: England 46-0 (Cook 21* Jennings 20*)
It’s a change of ends for Bumrah and England look to have adjusted to him. Cook picks up a three through the leg-side and then another two in the same direction, working the ball through straight mid-wicket.
OVER 8: England 41-0 (Cook 16* Jennings 20*)
Cook drives Ashwin for a single first ball and Jennings picks up a couple for a flick into the leg-side.
OVER 7: England 38-0 (Cook 15* Jennings 18*)
Jennings is back to punch Shami for a couple through the off-side. He picks up six more runs to third man over the remainder of the over, first with a boundary and then with a leisurely two. Ashwin is coming on for Bumrah.
OVER 6: England 30-0 (Cook 15* Jennings 10*)
A driven boundary from Cook and a no ball bring five runs after another over of Bumrah’s slingy whip, which is touching 90 miles per hour.
OVER 5: England 25-0 (Cook 11* Jennings 10*)
Cook crashes a handsome cut to the fence but then gets lucky, almost dragging a delivery from Shami onto his stumps.
After that single, Jennings adds a boundary of his own through point. Nice shot.
OVER 4: England 16-0 (Cook 6* Jennings 6*)
Bumrah has an interesting, whippy action that features a clunky run-up before a flurry of energy at the crease. He spears the ball back into the pads of Cook, who looks awkward and takes a while to adjust before working a leg-side single.
Biiiig appeal now as Jennings is pinned. That’s so close, but India are not reviewing it. HawkEye says it was too high. Good decision.
OVER 3: England 15-0 (Cook 5* Jennings 6*)
Jennings survives a testing maiden from Shami, but not without playing and missing to a chorus of shrieks from India’s slip cordon.
OVER 2: England 15-0 (Cook 5* Jennings 6*)
Ooooph. Jennings is fortunate again, this time nicking Bumrah through the slips for four. He keeps the strike with a single that is tucked off his hip.
OVER 1: England 10-0 (Cook 5* Jennings 1*)
Eventful first over from Shami, who produces some significant movement. The first ball takes Cook’s outside edge and goes for four through the slips.
After Cook takes a single, Jennings is lucky to survive a leading edge. Then we have four byes down the leg-side as Pant’s dive is beaten.
Here’s Broad delivering a send-off to debutant Pant after starting India’s slide.
Given Pant is a wicket-keeper, you image there might be another exchange between these two before the end of this Test. Hopefully, anyway.
WICKET! Bumrah b Anderson 0
Anderson mops up Jaspreet Bumrah for a first-ball duck, swerving an out-swinger back to open up the batsman and clip the top of middle stump. Broad and Anderson take advantage of the favourable conditions to cut off India’s tail rapidly. FOW India 329 all out.
WICKET! Shami c Broad b Anderson 3
Shami was here for a good time rather than a long time. He tries to smash Anderson for a straight six, misses, then blocks a couple before plinking another aggressive stroke feebly to Broad at mid-on. FOW India 329-9
OVER 94: India 329-8 (Sharma 1* Shami 3*)
India’s tail looks long in this Test but Mohammed Shami starts his innings with a flashy drive through extra cover for three. Sharma is then beaten by a jaw-dropping leg-break from Broad. “Oh my God,” says the bowler.
WICKET! Ashwin b Broad 14
A slightly spiky Broad hoops the ball back into Ashwin and disturbs the stumps once more. Well bowled. That’s his third of the innings. FOW India 326-8
OVER 93: India 326-7 (Ashwin 14* Sharma 1*)
Singles for Ashwin and Sharma, then the former is dropped by a diving Ollie Pope at fourth slip. It would have been a screamer.
OVER 92: India 323-7 (Ashwin 12* Sharma 0*)
Broad tries to catch Ishant Sharma with a couple of in-swingers. But the rangy seamer is just about able to survive. Wheeeeeey. Chris Woakes falls over fielding the final ball over the over. He’s laughing now. So it’s fine.
WICKET! Pant b Broad 24
A long, annoying delay at the start of the over. Not sure what for.
Broad seems to think Pant was responsible because after getting him out, bowling him via an inside edge following a loose drive, the bowler has a word. FOW 323-7
OVER 91: India 323-6 (Pant 24* Ashwin 12*)
Frustration for England and a couple of fours for Ashwin, the first through gully and the second past third slip.
OVER 90: India 315-6 (Pant 24* Ashwin 4*)
A diving Adil Rashid saves two on the fine leg fence after the ball flicks Pant’s thigh pad. Just those couple from broad’s over, which also features a sharp leg-side take from Jonny Bairstow.
OVER 89: India 313-6 (Pant 24* Ashwin 4*)
Pant gets lucky. After negotiating a few full deliveries from Anderson, the bowler digs one in and Pant gets an under-edge on an attempted pull shot. Fortunately for him, he drags it back into his feet rather than onto the stumps. A leg-side single follows.
OVER 88: India 312-6 (Pant 23* Ashwin 4*)
Lively start from Broad, who jags the first two deliveries away from the left-handed Pant. The debutant shuffles across to off-stump and nudges a leg-side single off the third ball though. Tidy stuff.
Ashwin wafts off the sixth ball and gets four. It went directly over the head of Jos Buttler at second slip…who didn’t seem to pick it up at all. In fact, Buttler ducked. Odd.
Here comes James Anderson.
Pant’s second ball six…
…was wonderfully audacious yesterday. This is what India’s batting coach, Sanjay Bangar, said about him yesterday.
Add another 15 minutes
The outfield is a bit wet and the groundstaff are running a rope around it. We need another 15 minutes for all that to happen, so the revised start time is 11.30am.
A slight delay this morning due to some East Midlands drizzle. But the covers are off and we have a revised start time.
It should be another absorbing day in Nottingham. Sachin Tendulkar is looking forward to seeing how Rishabh Pant gets on this morning. That’s good enough for me.
What I liked in this innings was the intent shown by our batsmen and the front foot defense against the English pacers was solid. Wonderful partnership by @imVkohli and @ajinkyarahane88. @RishabPant777 should continue being positive and set the platform. #ENGvIND pic.twitter.com/HCsfZJgSwS
— Sachin Tendulkar (@sachin_rt) August 18, 2018
Woakes backs Stokes
There was no more than a solitary boo when Stokes was brought on to bowl, followed by polite applause. But his first nine overs cost 45 runs as he strove to impress, and he was the only England bowler who failed to take a wicket on day one. Another indication of his state of mind came when he threw a ball from deep square-leg way over the wicketkeeper’s head.
“He was obviously desperate to do well, desperate to perform for England,” said Chris Woakes, the all-rounder who had filled in for Stokes in the second Test at Lord’s and who was England’s most successful bowler with three wickets.
Scyld Berry reports from Trent Bridge on a difficult return to England duty for Ben Stokes.
Recap: India showed their mettle on day one
The cocktail of spin and negligible swing in the afternoon sunshine all bode well for Kohli, naturally. But more significant was that, this time, he was not alone.
In an Indian batting line-up brimming with resplendent shot-making, but sometimes seeming rather lighter on adhesiveness, Rahane is an essential counterpoint: a player far better away from India. He averages just 32.87 in India and yet over 50 over a combined 10 Tests in Australia, New Zealand and South Africa. Four years ago, Rahane’s second-innings century set up India’s victory at Lord’s.
In Ajinkya Rahane, Tim Wigmore saw some signs that India were not done yet in this series.
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