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SA v WI (A tour) (1)
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277, 299, 296 and now 378. England have pulled off four remarkable chases in four successive Test matches, this time completing their highest successful chase in Test cricket, and they'll keep hold of the Pataudi Trophy after squaring this series 2-2. India, meanwhile, have set their highest fourth-innings target in a Test defeat.
Joe Root seals victory with a reverse-swept single into the covers, a symbolic moment if there ever was one. This has been an unusual summer of relatively flat pitches and an exceedingly flat batch of Dukes balls, but this England team has pulled off this sequence of audacious chases against two of the best fast-bowling attacks in the world - two attacks that came to England last year and went away with a 1-0 series win and a 2-1 series lead respectively. It's a remarkable achievement.
The long-term sustainability of Bazball across conditions remains to be seen, but now is a time to celebrate the effect that Brendon McCullum and Ben Stokes have had on this England team, and to celebrate the skills of Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow, the world's leading Test batter and a rejuvenated force who is finally fulfilling his potential in this format.
we'll have the full report for you very soon. Until then, enjoy our post-match show with Ashley Giles and Wasim Jaffer.