England win by three wickets The big crowd at The Oval has been treated to an excellent game, closer than it seems on the scorecard actually. None the less, it's England who get over the line to make it seven out of seven completed games against India this summer. What's more, they can't lose this series now. First time a team has chased successfully under lights on this ground but it was hard work. Craig Kieswetter got England off to a flier but India roared back with their spinners. Ravi Bopara and Tim Bresnan then built England's recovery before Graeme Swann took them home. There will be all that and plenty more in Monga's report when it is ready. What's more, we have a gallery
MS Dhoni gets a decent cheer from the crowd. He says that things were easier to bat by the time he got out there and that recovering from the start India had was a good effort. He also says the reduced target didn't work in India's favour and the rain break just titled the conditions towards batsmen.
Alastair Cook is predictably pleased with the way England handled the pressure of the chase and reserves particular praise for his Essex colleague Bopara.
Ravindra Jadeja is named man of the match, and rightly so! He has made this into a good contest, only arrived in the country yesterday as well. Good to see a player from the losing team being given the honour as well, his was the best individual showing of the game.
And that's just about it from us for today and me, well, forever! It's been a pleasure. You can join us on Sunday to see if India can break their duck.
All sorts of things are happening out there. We've just heard that Virat Kohli was being relentlessly heckled at long off and lost his cool after a while, crossing over the boundary edge and pointing at the troublemaker while exchanging words with him. Apparently the nearby security just sat there glumly and watched events unfold.
So two overs to go, one over is Powerplay, where will the spin come from? Raina perhaps. Here's Munaf.
Swann can certainly hold a bat, but Anderson and Dernbach less so.
Righty! Powerplay taken! R Ashwin to bowl it, it's his last over too. Wickets are the key in this over. Dhoni, as ever, looks utterly cucumber. Long-on, long-off and cow corner are the boundary fielders.
The Oval, by the way, is heaving! Fantastic atmosphere. India fans have been waiting a long time for a decent showing
"Somebody please unleash Ashwin," begs Sam. Surely they must be keeping him for the powerplay overs.
Stuart Broad and Ravi Bopara. Can they do it again?