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India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 3rd day

Defensive Dhoni stalls Pietersen's charge

Dec 21, 2008: Had England gone to stumps with just the four wickets down, Mahendra Singh Dhoni would most likely have been excoriated for his negativity

S Aga

Plays of the day

Switching it in style

Dec 21, 2008: Cricinfo presents the Plays of the day from the third day in Mohali

ESPNcricinfo staff

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 3rd day

Late wickets spoil England fightback

Dec 21, 2008: Kevin Pietersen's 144, reeking of swaggering brilliance, had combined with Andrew Flintoff's determination to bail England out of trouble on an absorbing day in Mohali but their dismissals in fading light swung the advantage right back India's way

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 2nd day

Wanted: A miracle

Dec 20, 2008: Andrew Flintoff was as hostile as ever, but England may already need a miracle to win this Test

Andrew Miller

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 2nd day

'Relieved' Dravid happy to be contributing again

Dec 20, 2008: After a year when the words "wall", "falling" and "crumbling" were never far from the headlines, Rahul Dravid could have been forgiven for thinking he had become Humpty Dumpty

S Aga

Plays of the day

Mighty Mishra stands up to Flintoff

Dec 20, 2008: Cricinfo presents the Plays of the day from the second day of the second Test between India and England in Mohali

ESPNcricinfo staff

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 2nd day

England fight back but India on top

Dec 20, 2008: India's top and lower order piled on the frustration for England on day two in Mohali, building on the foundation laid yesterday by Gautam Gambhir and Rahul Dravid

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 1st day

Moores refuses to write off Harmison

Dec 19, 2008: After a day of grind and attrition for England's bowlers who managed just one scalp between them, Peter Moores made it clear that despite Steve Harmison's second axing in a year, his international future is not in jeopardy

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India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 1st day

Dravid shuts the door on England

Dec 19, 2008: Rahul Dravid has endured the slings and arrows of a fickle sport for more than a decade, but after a sapping day in the field, England's cricketers also have a much greater understanding of what it takes to succeed in a country that has long been regarde

Andrew Miller

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 1st day

In August company

Dec 19, 2008: The only difference was the absence of a voluble crowd, especially on the Western Terrace. Otherwise, the first day of the second Test between India and England in Mohali, could have been a facsimile of the opening day at Headingley in August 2002.

S Aga

Plays of the day

Waiting and placement

Dec 19, 2008: Plays of the day for day one of the second Test between India and England in Mohali

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India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali, 1st day

Gambhir and Dravid light up gloomy day

Dec 19, 2008: It was a day of accumulation which offered little out-and-out entertainment - 179 runs and one wicket came from 72 overs - but it was one which belonged entirely to India

The Bulletin by Jamie Alter

A lowdown on fourth-innings run-chases

Dec 19, 2008: Of late, sides have achieved targets batting last far more often than they used to

S Rajesh

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali

Dhoni insists captaincy isn't a cakewalk

Dec 18, 2008: Mahendra Singh Dhoni is perhaps aware that no Indian captain has won three Tests on the trot [excluding tours of Bangladesh] in the last seven years

S Aga

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali

Pietersen waits to name final XI

Dec 18, 2008: England captain Kevin Pietersen has decided to wait until just before the start of the second Test to name his team.

ESPNcricinfo staff

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali

India must be wary of backlash

Dec 18, 2008: Given that Mohali pitches tend to have a bit more bounce than other Indian ones, Harmison should survive the cull, and with two spinners a necessity rather than a luxury, it should be Anderson who sits out

S Aga

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali

Pietersen rules out 'too much change'

Dec 18, 2008: Kevin Pietersen has said England don't need to change too much for the second Test in Mohali, starting on Friday

ESPNcricinfo staff

Monty's mountain

Dec 18, 2008: Panesar may be a talented bowler but at present he is no more than a moderate cricketer

Rob Steen

India v England, 2nd Test, Mohali

England seek tonic after draining defeat

Dec 18, 2008: Chennai may well be remembered as the Test match in which there were no losers, but try convincing England's cricketers of that fact as they traipse northwards to Mohali

The Preview by Andrew Miller

England in India 2008-09

India spinning into a crisis?

Dec 17, 2008: It's up to Harbhajan Singh and Amit Mishra to prove that they can at least partially fill the breach left by Anil Kumble's retirement

Dileep Premachandran
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Tour Results
India v England at Mohali - Dec 19-23, 2008
Match drawn
India v England at Chennai - Dec 11-15, 2008
India won by 6 wickets
Ind Pres XI v England XI at Vadodara - Dec 5-7, 2008
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
India v England at Delhi - Dec 2, 2008
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
India v England at Guwahati - Nov 29, 2008
Match cancelled without a ball bowled
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