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England 288 for 2 (Bell 126*, Cook 102) beat India 184 (Dravid 46, Karthik 44*, Anderson 4-23) by 104 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details
Bulletin - England take series opener in style
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - Back with a bang
Quotes - 'Today was a kind of a perfect game' - Collingwood
Roving Reporter: Jonty Panesar
Audio - Ravi Shastri: It was one-way traffic
Preview - Stage set for heroes' return
Andrew McGlashan - Broad focuses on all-round role
Siddhartha Vaidyanathan - England's pace edge
Audio - Ian Chappell: 'Pace bowling is the key'
Stats - Head to head
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