England tour of India, 4th Test: India v England at Nagpur, Dec 13-17, 2012
Match drawn
13,14,15,16,17 December 2012 (5-day match)
  England 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal AN Cook* lbw b Sharma 1 44 28 0 0 3.57
10.3 86.6 mph, Sharma has got one. That never looked out. Poor umpiring. Length ball, angling away after pitching on off, hitting him outside the line too. Atrocious call from umpire Dharamsena. Not one ball has swung this morning, and you can't give this out when the ball is not swinging or seaming. There have been quite a few umpiring shockers this series, and this is close to the most shocking ones 16/2
View dismissal NRD Compton c †Dhoni b Sharma 3 16 12 0 0 25.00
4.2 81.8 mph, caught behind! Umpire Dharmasena checks with the leg umpire to see if the catch was clean but Compton's not waiting. The catch is fine. Compton stayed in his crease and poked at a short of a length ball that rose and was on its way down as it passed the batsman. It took the outside edge and Dhoni had to stoop to take the catch. 3/1
View dismissal IJL Trott b Jadeja 44 168 133 7 0 33.08
49.4 54.8 mph, left alone and bowled him! What was Trott thinking?! Maybe he had fallen asleep... Jadeja pushed through a regulation delivery that didn't turn, went on with the arm and Trott simply allowed it through, bat pointed at the sky, just a tickle of off stump but that's all it takes and Jadeja has his first wicket in Test cricket! 102/3
View dismissal KP Pietersen c Ojha b Jadeja 73 202 188 10 0 38.82
67.3 57.1 mph, loose flick into the leg side and taken low by midwicket and now England are really wobbling. And that sums up England's cricket today, rather careless and that was really lazy from Pietersen, chipping a length ball into midwicket and the fielder gets down low and takes it with two hands 139/5
View dismissal IR Bell c Kohli b Chawla 1 38 28 0 0 3.57
60.5 49.6 mph, lulled him, chipped to short extra-cover and gone! Chawla has one now, and there goes that fist pump in celebration. Another daft dismissal, really, the ball was full and outside the line of off, Bell leaned into a drive but didn't get fully over the ball and merely popped it straight to the fielder, a low catch but a straight forward one. Bell perhaps betraying a little anxiousness at his slow scoring rate 119/4
View dismissal JE Root c & b Chawla 73 289 229 4 0 31.87
139.1 49.9 mph, return chance and gone, Chawla takes the catch off his own bowling and Root has to depart! It's been a fantastic debut knock but another attempt to lift the tempo stops him a little way short of what would have been a marvellous hundred. He came down the wicket to a looping delivery outside off, tried to close the face and work the ball through midwicket but got a leading edge back to the bowler 302/8
View dismissal MJ Prior b Ashwin 57 179 142 6 0 40.14
114.6 50.1 mph, bowled'im. Timber. Well bowled Ashwin. An over full of flighted deliveries, bringing the batsman forward all the time. That's the best chance you have on this pitch. Tossed up on of middle and off, Prior plays for the turn, the ball doesn't turn, and knocks back the off stump. Ashwin is pumped 242/6
View dismissal TT Bresnan lbw b Sharma 0 4 2 0 0 0.00
116.2 yes, that's Dhoni. That bowling change has worked like a charm. Length ball, just outside off, swinging in, Bresnan's inside edge is beaten, and he is hit flush in front. They ask Bresnan to wait, checking for a no-ball, and Ishant has some part behind the crease 242/7
View dismissal GP Swann lbw b Chawla 56 96 91 6 2 61.53
143.4 58.7 mph, got him this time, trapped in front by one that went straight on! Actually, this didn't look as out as the one Tucker declined, perhaps he felt guilty, but Swann tried to reverse-dab through the off side, ended up missing a legbreak that didn't turn much, hit on the pad in front of middle and leg to end an important knock 325/9
View dismissal JM Anderson c Pujara b Chawla 4 24 17 0 0 23.52
145.5 52.0 mph, nudged off the pad, straight to short leg, great, instinctive catch from Pujara! That wraps up the England innings, then, Anderson popping the ball into Pujara's bread basket off the face of the bat, he had no time to think about it but clung on superbly - and that gives Chawla 4 for 69, his best figures in Tests 330/10
MS Panesar not out 1 8 5 0 0 20.00
Extras (b 5, lb 12) 17
  Total (all out; 145.5 overs; 543 mins) 330 (2.26 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s
View wickets I Sharma 28 9 49 3 1.75 139 5 0
4.2 to Compton, 81.8 mph, caught behind! Umpire Dharmasena checks with the leg umpire to see if the catch was clean but Compton's not waiting. The catch is fine. Compton stayed in his crease and poked at a short of a length ball that rose and was on its way down as it passed the batsman. It took the outside edge and Dhoni had to stoop to take the catch. 3/1
10.3 to Cook, 86.6 mph, Sharma has got one. That never looked out. Poor umpiring. Length ball, angling away after pitching on off, hitting him outside the line too. Atrocious call from umpire Dharamsena. Not one ball has swung this morning, and you can't give this out when the ball is not swinging or seaming. There have been quite a few umpiring shockers this series, and this is close to the most shocking ones 16/2
116.2 to Bresnan, yes, that's Dhoni. That bowling change has worked like a charm. Length ball, just outside off, swinging in, Bresnan's inside edge is beaten, and he is hit flush in front. They ask Bresnan to wait, checking for a no-ball, and Ishant has some part behind the crease 242/7
  PP Ojha 35 12 71 0 2.02 181 12 0
View wickets RA Jadeja 37 17 58 2 1.56 195 6 1
49.4 to Trott, 54.8 mph, left alone and bowled him! What was Trott thinking?! Maybe he had fallen asleep... Jadeja pushed through a regulation delivery that didn't turn, went on with the arm and Trott simply allowed it through, bat pointed at the sky, just a tickle of off stump but that's all it takes and Jadeja has his first wicket in Test cricket! 102/3
67.3 to Pietersen, 57.1 mph, loose flick into the leg side and taken low by midwicket and now England are really wobbling. And that sums up England's cricket today, rather careless and that was really lazy from Pietersen, chipping a length ball into midwicket and the fielder gets down low and takes it with two hands 139/5
View wickets PP Chawla 21.5 1 69 4 3.16 95 6 1
60.5 to Bell, 49.6 mph, lulled him, chipped to short extra-cover and gone! Chawla has one now, and there goes that fist pump in celebration. Another daft dismissal, really, the ball was full and outside the line of off, Bell leaned into a drive but didn't get fully over the ball and merely popped it straight to the fielder, a low catch but a straight forward one. Bell perhaps betraying a little anxiousness at his slow scoring rate 119/4
139.1 to Root, 49.9 mph, return chance and gone, Chawla takes the catch off his own bowling and Root has to depart! It's been a fantastic debut knock but another attempt to lift the tempo stops him a little way short of what would have been a marvellous hundred. He came down the wicket to a looping delivery outside off, tried to close the face and work the ball through midwicket but got a leading edge back to the bowler 302/8
143.4 to Swann, 58.7 mph, got him this time, trapped in front by one that went straight on! Actually, this didn't look as out as the one Tucker declined, perhaps he felt guilty, but Swann tried to reverse-dab through the off side, ended up missing a legbreak that didn't turn much, hit on the pad in front of middle and leg to end an important knock 325/9
145.5 to Anderson, 52.0 mph, nudged off the pad, straight to short leg, great, instinctive catch from Pujara! That wraps up the England innings, then, Anderson popping the ball into Pujara's bread basket off the face of the bat, he had no time to think about it but clung on superbly - and that gives Chawla 4 for 69, his best figures in Tests 330/10
View wicket R Ashwin 24 3 66 1 2.75 100 4 0
114.6 to Prior, 50.1 mph, bowled'im. Timber. Well bowled Ashwin. An over full of flighted deliveries, bringing the batsman forward all the time. That's the best chance you have on this pitch. Tossed up on of middle and off, Prior plays for the turn, the ball doesn't turn, and knocks back the off stump. Ashwin is pumped 242/6
  India 1st innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal G Gambhir c †Prior b Anderson 37 133 93 4 0 39.78
31.4 87.4 mph, sliding across the left-hander again, now driven at, edged and gone and India are suddenly in real trouble, Anderson producing a brilliant performance. After so many shaping in to Gambhir, this had a bit of drift away from him, the length was full enough to try to drive and the hint of movement drew an edge 71/4
View dismissal V Sehwag b Anderson 0 2 2 0 0 0.00
0.3 89.0 mph, bit of inswing and knocks out middle stump! Absolutely perfect length ball that Sehwag played inside and his middle pole goes flying. What a start for England. Sehwag didn't move his feet and misread the line, got done on the outside edge by an inswinger. Anderson right on the money third ball 1/1
View dismissal CA Pujara c Bell b Swann 26 87 72 3 0 36.11
22.3 53.7 mph, propped via pad and glove to short leg, what a catch! Bell, bacvk under the helmet instead of Root, plunged to his right, like a man desparately attempting to grasp a falling glass or mobile phone, and scooped the ball from above the grass one-handed, immediately throwing it high into the air in celebration. Uh oh, though it turns out the ball smacked into Pujara's forearm, rather than glove - another one for the umpires' series review DVD 59/2
View dismissal SR Tendulkar b Anderson 2 25 13 0 0 15.38
27.5 82.0 mph, straight delivery, this keeps very low and bowled him! Tendulkar is castled and now Anderson has dismissed him the most times in Test matches - 9. There was a bit of drift into the batsman again and it kept a touch low, Tendulkar was caught on the crease and the delivery slipped past the defensive prod from the crease and into middle stump. He could have got forward and there was nip back into the right-hander 64/3
View dismissal V Kohli lbw b Swann 103 356 295 11 0 34.91
116.1 55.4 mph, around the wicket, leg stump, caught on the pad and given out first ball after drinks and, after a partnership of 198, England finally strike and my word will they be relieved. I think Kholi had just misread the line, struck in line with leg stump and it looked a very good shout 269/5
View dismissal MS Dhoni*† run out (Cook) 99 398 246 8 1 40.24
129.1 from Anderson, goodness me, played up on the off side, direct hit at mid off, is this out? Dhoni is very unsure, it is so close, a frame in it on the replay, I don't think Dhoni is over the line when the bails come off and indeed he's not back and Dhoni is run out on 99! Sharp work from Cook running in from mid off and throwing down the stumps, beaten Dhoni's slide into the crease by a fraction of an inch 295/7
View dismissal RA Jadeja lbw b Anderson 12 31 31 2 0 38.70
123.6 84.9 mph, this shapes in, again caught on the pad and this time given out that nipped back a long way from Anderson and wrapped the knee roll in line with middle and leg, the finger went up pretty quickly. Batsman was caught on the crease 288/6
R Ashwin not out 29 91 65 0 0 44.61
View dismissal PP Chawla b Swann 1 5 2 0 0 50.00
130.1 54.5 mph, little bit of turn past the outside edge and back goes the off stump and that completes a fine final hour for England with a fourth wicket. It was a length ball, tossed up, Chawla came forward and got beaten on the outside edge and the ball clipped the outside of the off stump, lovely bowling 297/8
View dismissal PP Ojha b Panesar 3 47 32 0 0 9.37
140.1 46.8 mph, he has bowled him. To the shock and horror of England. It's a wicket they don't want. Prior and Monty are not excited even a little bit. Short of a length, turning in, hits the forearm, ricochets into the stumps. The best thing that could have happened for India 317/9
I Sharma not out 2 13 7 0 0 28.57
Extras (b 5, lb 7) 12
  Total (9 wickets dec; 143 overs; 602 mins) 326 (2.27 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s
View wickets JM Anderson 32 5 81 4 2.53 144 8 0
0.3 to Sehwag, 89.0 mph, bit of inswing and knocks out middle stump! Absolutely perfect length ball that Sehwag played inside and his middle pole goes flying. What a start for England. Sehwag didn't move his feet and misread the line, got done on the outside edge by an inswinger. Anderson right on the money third ball 1/1
27.5 to Tendulkar, 82.0 mph, straight delivery, this keeps very low and bowled him! Tendulkar is castled and now Anderson has dismissed him the most times in Test matches - 9. There was a bit of drift into the batsman again and it kept a touch low, Tendulkar was caught on the crease and the delivery slipped past the defensive prod from the crease and into middle stump. He could have got forward and there was nip back into the right-hander 64/3
31.4 to Gambhir, 87.4 mph, sliding across the left-hander again, now driven at, edged and gone and India are suddenly in real trouble, Anderson producing a brilliant performance. After so many shaping in to Gambhir, this had a bit of drift away from him, the length was full enough to try to drive and the hint of movement drew an edge 71/4
123.6 to Jadeja, 84.9 mph, this shapes in, again caught on the pad and this time given out that nipped back a long way from Anderson and wrapped the knee roll in line with middle and leg, the finger went up pretty quickly. Batsman was caught on the crease 288/6
  TT Bresnan 26 5 69 0 2.65 117 8 0
View wicket MS Panesar 52 15 81 1 1.55 258 6 0
140.1 to Ojha, 46.8 mph, he has bowled him. To the shock and horror of England. It's a wicket they don't want. Prior and Monty are not excited even a little bit. Short of a length, turning in, hits the forearm, ricochets into the stumps. The best thing that could have happened for India 317/9
View wickets GP Swann 31 10 76 3 2.45 150 6 1
22.3 to Pujara, 53.7 mph, propped via pad and glove to short leg, what a catch! Bell, bacvk under the helmet instead of Root, plunged to his right, like a man desparately attempting to grasp a falling glass or mobile phone, and scooped the ball from above the grass one-handed, immediately throwing it high into the air in celebration. Uh oh, though it turns out the ball smacked into Pujara's forearm, rather than glove - another one for the umpires' series review DVD 59/2
116.1 to Kohli, 55.4 mph, around the wicket, leg stump, caught on the pad and given out first ball after drinks and, after a partnership of 198, England finally strike and my word will they be relieved. I think Kholi had just misread the line, struck in line with leg stump and it looked a very good shout 269/5
130.1 to Chawla, 54.5 mph, little bit of turn past the outside edge and back goes the off stump and that completes a fine final hour for England with a fourth wicket. It was a length ball, tossed up, Chawla came forward and got beaten on the outside edge and the ball clipped the outside of the off stump, lovely bowling 297/8
  IJL Trott 1 0 2 0 2.00 4 0 0
  JE Root 1 0 5 0 5.00 3 0 0
  England 2nd innings R M B 4s 6s SR
View dismissal AN Cook* c †Dhoni b Ashwin 13 105 93 1 0 13.97
29.5 48.7 mph, makes him play this time, big appeal for caught behind and given out the finger goes up straight away but the immediate replay suggests Cook may be unlucky again. He was drawn forward just outside off stump, there was a little turn that look it away from Cook, there was a sound which drew the appeal, it was a straightforward take for Dhoni and the umpire nodded and raised his finger instantly. In fact the replay suggests that Cook missed it by a long distance, another very poor decision from Dharmasena 48/1
View dismissal NRD Compton lbw b Ojha 34 166 135 1 0 25.18
46.4 51.1 mph, sliding on, hit on the front pad and Tucker raises the finger! Was that ripper earlier in the over still playing through Compton's mind? He pushed forward to a full delivery, playing for more turn than eventually materialised... Oh, and it looks like he got a bit of bat on it before it thudded into pad. Compton stands and grimaces, he has to walk, that's a big blow for India to strike right on the brink of tea. Not sure, as we haven't had another look, but the ball might have been caught as well, though it was given lbw 81/2
View dismissal IJL Trott c Kohli b Ashwin 143 405 310 18 0 46.12
134.1 56.5 mph, leg stump, flicked at and it's off the face to leg slip, a wicket! And India finally remove Trott getting him to flirt at a full delivery from around the wicket into the rough outside leg stump and he got a good load of bat on it put straight to Kohli who held a solid chance at chest height with two hands 302/4
View dismissal KP Pietersen b Jadeja 6 27 30 1 0 20.00
55.5 56.9 mph, off stump delivery, Pietersen leaves it and is bowled oh goodness what a blow, Pietersen shouldering arms, the ball has done nothing but go straight on and clip the outside of off stump. An identical dismissal to Trott in the first innings, leaving a delivery too straight that hasn't turned an iota 94/3
IR Bell not out 116 403 306 16 1 37.90
JE Root not out 20 64 56 1 1 35.71
Extras (b 8, lb 6, nb 6) 20
  Total (4 wickets dec; 154 overs; 578 mins) 352 (2.28 runs per over)
  Bowling O M R W Econ 0s 4s 6s  
  I Sharma 15 3 42 0 2.80 74 5 0 (3nb)
View wicket PP Ojha 40 14 70 1 1.75 205 7 0
46.4 to Compton, 51.1 mph, sliding on, hit on the front pad and Tucker raises the finger! Was that ripper earlier in the over still playing through Compton's mind? He pushed forward to a full delivery, playing for more turn than eventually materialised... Oh, and it looks like he got a bit of bat on it before it thudded into pad. Compton stands and grimaces, he has to walk, that's a big blow for India to strike right on the brink of tea. Not sure, as we haven't had another look, but the ball might have been caught as well, though it was given lbw 81/2
View wickets R Ashwin 38 11 99 2 2.60 179 11 1
29.5 to Cook, 48.7 mph, makes him play this time, big appeal for caught behind and given out the finger goes up straight away but the immediate replay suggests Cook may be unlucky again. He was drawn forward just outside off stump, there was a little turn that look it away from Cook, there was a sound which drew the appeal, it was a straightforward take for Dhoni and the umpire nodded and raised his finger instantly. In fact the replay suggests that Cook missed it by a long distance, another very poor decision from Dharmasena 48/1
134.1 to Trott, 56.5 mph, leg stump, flicked at and it's off the face to leg slip, a wicket! And India finally remove Trott getting him to flirt at a full delivery from around the wicket into the rough outside leg stump and he got a good load of bat on it put straight to Kohli who held a solid chance at chest height with two hands 302/4
  PP Chawla 26 6 64 0 2.46 124 7 0 (2nb)
View wicket RA Jadeja 33 17 59 1 1.78 178 8 1 (1nb)
55.5 to Pietersen, 56.9 mph, off stump delivery, Pietersen leaves it and is bowled oh goodness what a blow, Pietersen shouldering arms, the ball has done nothing but go straight on and clip the outside of off stump. An identical dismissal to Trott in the first innings, leaving a delivery too straight that hasn't turned an iota 94/3
  G Gambhir 2 0 4 0 2.00 8 0 0

Match details


Toss - England, who chose to bat
Series - England won the 4-match series 2-1
Test debuts - JE Root (England); RA Jadeja (India)
Player of the match - JM Anderson (England)
Player of the series - AN Cook (England)
Umpires - HDPK Dharmasena (Sri Lanka) and RJ Tucker (Australia)
TV umpire - S Ravi
Match referee - JJ Crowe (New Zealand)
Reserve umpire - CK Nandan
Close of play
  • Thu, 13 Dec - day 1 - England 1st innings 199/5 (JE Root 31*, MJ Prior 34*, 97 ov)
  • Fri, 14 Dec - day 2 - India 1st innings 87/4 (V Kohli 11*, MS Dhoni 8*, 41 ov)
  • Sat, 15 Dec - day 3 - India 1st innings 297/8 (R Ashwin 7*, 130.1 ov)
  • Sun, 16 Dec - day 4 - England 2nd innings 161/3 (IJL Trott 66*, IR Bell 24*, 79 ov)
  • Mon, 17 Dec - day 5 - England 2nd innings 352/4d (154 ov) - end of match

Match Notes


Day 5
Day 4
Day 3
Day 2
Day 1
    • England 1st innings
    • Drinks: England - 31/2 in 14.0 overs (IJL Trott 17, KP Pietersen 9)
    • England: 50 runs in 25.1 overs (151 balls), Extras 1
    • Lunch: England - 61/2 in 33.0 overs (IJL Trott 28, KP Pietersen 28)
    • 3rd Wicket: 50 runs in 145 balls (IJL Trott 17, KP Pietersen 35, Ex 0)
    • KP Pietersen: 50 off 108 balls (7 x 4)
    • England: 100 runs in 48.5 overs (293 balls), Extras 2
    • Drinks: England - 101/2 in 49.0 overs (IJL Trott 44, KP Pietersen 51)
    • Tea: England - 133/4 in 65.0 overs (KP Pietersen 68, JE Root 10)
    • England: 150 runs in 70.4 overs (424 balls), Extras 7
    • Drinks: England - 166/5 in 82.0 overs (JE Root 23, MJ Prior 14)
    • New Ball Taken: England 185/5 after 87.1 overs (JE Root 28, MJ Prior 24)
    • 6th Wicket: 50 runs in 136 balls (JE Root 18, MJ Prior 27, Ex 5)
    • End Of Day: England - 199/5 in 97.0 overs (JE Root 31, MJ Prior 34)
    • England: 200 runs in 97.2 overs (584 balls), Extras 12
    • MJ Prior: 50 off 124 balls (6 x 4)
    • 6th Wicket: 100 runs in 269 balls (JE Root 38, MJ Prior 56, Ex 6)
    • JE Root: 50 off 154 balls (2 x 4)
    • Drinks: England - 241/5 in 114.0 overs (JE Root 50, MJ Prior 57)
    • England: 250 runs in 117.2 overs (704 balls), Extras 12
    • Lunch: England - 277/7 in 129.0 overs (JE Root 65, GP Swann 19)
    • 8th Wicket: 50 runs in 118 balls (JE Root 16, GP Swann 33, Ex 2)
    • England: 300 runs in 137.6 overs (828 balls), Extras 14
    • GP Swann: 50 off 87 balls (6 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • Innings Break: England - 330/10 in 145.5 overs (MS Panesar 1)
    • India 1st innings
    • Tea: India - 32/1 in 12.0 overs (G Gambhir 17, CA Pujara 15)
    • India: 50 runs in 18.3 overs (111 balls), Extras 1
    • 2nd Wicket: 50 runs in 108 balls (G Gambhir 27, CA Pujara 23, Ex 1)
    • Drinks: India - 62/2 in 27.0 overs (G Gambhir 33, SR Tendulkar 1)
    • End Of Day: India - 87/4 in 41.0 overs (V Kohli 11, MS Dhoni 8)
    • India: 100 runs in 51.5 overs (311 balls), Extras 3
    • Drinks: India - 113/4 in 58.0 overs (V Kohli 24, MS Dhoni 20)
    • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 170 balls (V Kohli 29, MS Dhoni 20, Ex 1)
    • Lunch: India - 146/4 in 73.0 overs (V Kohli 46, MS Dhoni 31)
    • India: 150 runs in 76.6 overs (462 balls), Extras 4
    • V Kohli: 50 off 171 balls (4 x 4)
    • New Ball Taken: India 163/4 after 81.1 overs (V Kohli 52, MS Dhoni 41)
    • 5th Wicket: 100 runs in 316 balls (V Kohli 49, MS Dhoni 49, Ex 2)
    • MS Dhoni: 50 off 137 balls (7 x 4)
    • Drinks: India - 191/4 in 89.0 overs (V Kohli 62, MS Dhoni 59)
    • India: 200 runs in 92.1 overs (553 balls), Extras 9
    • 5th Wicket: 150 runs in 396 balls (V Kohli 69, MS Dhoni 74, Ex 7)
    • Tea: India - 227/4 in 100.0 overs (V Kohli 77, MS Dhoni 75)
    • India: 250 runs in 108.4 overs (652 balls), Extras 10
    • V Kohli: 100 off 289 balls (11 x 4)
    • Drinks: India - 269/4 in 116.0 overs (V Kohli 103, MS Dhoni 91)
    • End Of Day: India - 297/8 in 130.1 overs (R Ashwin 7)
    • India: 300 runs in 133.4 overs (802 balls), Extras 10
    • Innings Break: India - 326/9 in 143.0 overs (R Ashwin 29, I Sharma 2)
    • England 2nd innings
    • Lunch: England - 17/0 in 13.0 overs (AN Cook 1, NRD Compton 14)
    • Drinks: England - 48/1 in 29.5 overs (NRD Compton 28)
    • England: 50 runs in 29.6 overs (181 balls), Extras 7
    • Tea: England - 81/2 in 46.4 overs (IJL Trott 22)
    • England: 100 runs in 57.4 overs (348 balls), Extras 12
    • Drinks: England - 130/3 in 64.0 overs (IJL Trott 50, IR Bell 11)
    • IJL Trott: 50 off 106 balls (8 x 4)
    • 4th Wicket: 50 runs in 85 balls (IJL Trott 30, IR Bell 15, Ex 5)
    • England: 150 runs in 73.5 overs (447 balls), Extras 18
    • End Of Day: England - 161/3 in 79.0 overs (IJL Trott 66, IR Bell 24)
    • New Ball Taken: England 162/3 after 80.1 overs (IJL Trott 67, IR Bell 24)
    • 4th Wicket: 100 runs in 220 balls (IJL Trott 50, IR Bell 42, Ex 8)
    • England: 200 runs in 93.5 overs (569 balls), Extras 20
    • Drinks: England - 206/3 in 97.0 overs (IJL Trott 87, IR Bell 46)
    • IR Bell: 50 off 130 balls (9 x 4)
    • IJL Trott: 100 off 232 balls (14 x 4)
    • Lunch: England - 240/3 in 110.0 overs (IJL Trott 106, IR Bell 61)
    • 4th Wicket: 150 runs in 330 balls (IJL Trott 81, IR Bell 61, Ex 8)
    • England: 250 runs in 113.2 overs (686 balls), Extras 20
    • Drinks: England - 274/3 in 125.0 overs (IJL Trott 127, IR Bell 74)
    • 4th Wicket: 200 runs in 459 balls (IJL Trott 110, IR Bell 82, Ex 8)
    • England: 300 runs in 133.4 overs (808 balls), Extras 20
    • Tea: England - 310/4 in 139.0 overs (IR Bell 87, JE Root 7)
    • IR Bell: 100 off 293 balls (13 x 4, 1 x 6)
    • England: 350 runs in 153.2 overs (926 balls), Extras 20
    • 5th Wicket: 50 runs in 117 balls (IR Bell 30, JE Root 20, Ex 0)
 
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