India v Pakistan, 2nd ODI, Kolkata
Pressure continues to mount on India as they look to stay alive in the three-match ODI series against rivals Pakistan in Kolkata
Alastair Cook made a mammoth 243 from 407 balls as England declared their first innings on 514 for 8 but West Indies lost just one wicket in reply before rain ended play early | Aug 18, 2017
Jarrod Kimber and Melinda Farrell discuss Alastair Cook's 243, a missed opportunity for Dawid Malan and West Indies' continued woes | Aug 18, 2017
Alastair Cook saw out the entirety of England's first innings against the West Indies with a total of 243 runs off 407 balls at Edgbaston. | Aug 18, 2017
5.3 SCJ Broad to KOA Powell, 1 run, dropped! By Stokes, of all people. Broad gets his length right, full at off stump, Powell drives and the edge goes at chest height to Stokes in the gully and it bursts through | Aug 18, 2017
George Dobell assesses West Indies' chances after Alastair Cook's 243 allowed England to declare on 512 for 7 | Aug 18, 2017
2.2 JM Anderson to KC Brathwaite, out, lovely ball, and he's nicked behind! It didn't take long. Anderson gets it full, just outside off, late movement away from Brathwaite who nibbles without any footwork and it's a thin edge to Bairstow | Aug 18, 2017
135.5 RL Chase to AN Cook, out, he's finally out! Appeal for lbw as Cook misses his flick at a pretty straight ball, given not out by Erasmus, and the review is called for. Looks pretty close. Has it straightened enough? No edge. It's hittin | Aug 18, 2017
131.5 RL Chase to MM Ali, out, gone, chipped into the covers! Cook does lose another partner, Moeen trying to swing Chase down the ground but instead gifting his wicket away. Chase has a third and England are 4 for 57 | Aug 18, 2017
130.4 JO Holder to JM Bairstow, out, length, this nips back and YJB chops on! Silence around the ground, barely a celebration from the Windies, but they've got rid of another... | Aug 18, 2017
Russel Arnold believes Sri Lanka have to match India in the field to have any chance of putting them under pressure in the second Test
Whichever team tackles spin better will have the edge, argues Russel Arnold
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