Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul shine again as visitors reach 108 for 1- The New Indian Express

Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul shine again as visitors reach 108 for 1- The New Indian Express

By PTI LONDON: KL Rahul did all the hardwork in a fine opening partnership but missed out on a half-century as India went into lunch at 108 for one on the third day of the fourth Test against England, here on Saturday. Rahul (46) added 83 runs with Rohit Sharma (47 batting) before James Anderson … Read more

Michael Vaughan- The New Indian Express

Michael Vaughan- The New Indian Express

By IANS LONDON: Former England captain Michael Vaughan believes that if England bowlers can stay patient, they can get a cluster of Indian wickets on day three of the fourth Test at The Oval. He also said that England’s bowlers have been all over the Indian batsmen with a reference to India’s collapse from 215/2 … Read more

Former England captain Nasser Hussain- The New Indian Express

Former England captain Nasser Hussain- The New Indian Express

By IANS LONDON: Former England captain Nasser Hussain has said that batsman Ollie Pope has benefitted from a small but important tweak on the second day of the fourth Test at The Oval. Playing at his home ground, Pope top-scored with 81 off 159 balls against India, helping England take a lead of 99 runs. … Read more

We leaked runs in the middle overs, says Umesh Yadav- The New Indian Express

We leaked runs in the middle overs, says Umesh Yadav- The New Indian Express

By IANS LONDON: India pace bowler Umesh Yadav has said that the overs in the lead-up to lunch on a wicket that had turned placid hurt India as it allowed England to escape from a difficult position and post a 99-run lead in first innings. “We knew we had only 191 runs on the board. … Read more

Unwise team selection makes it an uphill climb for India- The New Indian Express

Unwise team selection makes it an uphill climb for India- The New Indian Express

By IANS LONDON: The absence of Ravichandran Ashwin was acutely felt by India on the second day of the fourth Test against England here on Friday. From 62 for five, England batsmen Ollie Pope and Jonny Bairstow established dominance over a flagging Indian pace attack. The challenge the Indian off-spinner was likely to have posed … Read more

Don’t know how ‘Jarvo 69’ got on pitch again, says Ollie Pope- The New Indian Express

Don't know how 'Jarvo 69' got on pitch again, says Ollie Pope- The New Indian Express

By ANI LONDON: England batsman Ollie Pope doesn’t know how Daniel Jarvis — also known as Jarvo 69– is able to invade the pitch during the ongoing Test match against India. ‘Jarvo 69’, who invaded the pitch on the second day of the ongoing fourth Test between India and England here at the Kennington Oval … Read more

James Anderson continues to bowl despite a bleeding knee- The New Indian Express

James Anderson continues to bowl despite a bleeding knee- The New Indian Express

By IANS LONDON: England pacer James Anderson may not have got more than one wicket on the first day of the fourth Test at The Oval on Thursday but the pace spearhead was in the headlines with his commitment to bowl despite a bleeding knee. James Anderson smiles as he walks back to his mark … Read more

Jonny Bairstow, Ollie Pope keep hosts in the game- The New Indian Express

Jonny Bairstow, Ollie Pope keep hosts in the game- The New Indian Express

By PTI LONDON: Umesh Yadav struck twice in the first hour of play before a counter-attacking stand between Jonny Bairstow and Ollie Pope took England to 139 for five at lunch on day two of the fourth Test here on Friday. At the break, Bairstow and Pope were going strong on 34 and 38 respectively … Read more

Ex-England captain Nasser Hussain- The New Indian Express

Ex-England captain Nasser Hussain- The New Indian Express

By IANS LONDON: Former England captain Nasser Hussain was impressed with Indian skipper Virat Kohli trying to address an area of concern and finding ways to overcome it. He added that Kohli made some minor adjustments to deal with his issues. “It’s the sign of a champion cricketer that they’re always looking at their game, … Read more

India vs England fourth Test: It’s good to be back, says Chris Woakes- The New Indian Express

India vs England fourth Test: It's good to be back, says Chris Woakes- The New Indian Express

By IANS NEW DELHI: Playing his first Test for over a year following a variety of mishaps — including Covid isolation and a bruised heel caused by slipping down the stairs — England seamer Chris Woakes, who grabbed four wickets at the Oval against India on the opening day, said it was “worth the wait”. “I … Read more