England vs Pakistan - 3rd Test, Day 3, Edgbaston - As it happened..

Strong second innings start by England, score 120 without loss with Alastair Cook looking very impressive.

Updated: Aug 05, 2016, 23:46 PM IST
England vs Pakistan - 3rd Test, Day 3, Edgbaston - As it happened..

New Delhi: Welcome to our live cricket blog for Day 3 of the 3rd Test between Pakistan and England at Edgbaston. Follow live score and all the latest updates as we bring you ball-by-ball coverage right here.

England 2nd innings

Over 35 | Score 120/0

STUMPS! England lead by 17 runs, Cook with 64 and Hales with 50 at the end of Day 3

Over 30 | Score 102/0

Pakistan bowlers still wandering for success. England look to be COOKing something big as their skipper completes half-century.

Over 20 | Score 77/0

Impressive start by Cook and Hales, this wicket is a boon for batsmen on Day 3. England will hope to get as many runs as possible today.

Over 5 | Score 12/0

No risk taking! England begin with a cautious approach, Cook and Hales dealing with the Pakistani bowlers well.

Pakistan 1st innings

Over 136 | Score 400

End of Pakistan's innings! Sad for Sarfaraz Ahmed to see to head to the dressing room not out, 4 shy of his 50. A lead of 103 runs will force England to resume play cautiously after TEA.

Over 130 | Score 388/9

Sarfaraz Ahmed fights hard but wickets continue to tumble on the other end. Pakistan eye 100-run lead before the innings wrap-up.

Over 120 | Score 358/5

50 up for Misbah-ul-Haq, but can he convert it into another 100?

Over 116 | Score 336/5

LUNCH! Pakistan lead by 39 runs with 5 wickets in hand at the end of first session of play on Day 3.

Over 98 | Score 274/4

Woakes picked up the first wicket of the day in the form of Younis Khan.

Azhar Ali`s patient century lifted Pakistan to 257 for three and a dominant position on the second day of the third test against England at Edgbaston on Thursday.

Replying to the home team`s 297 all out, Azhar shared a second-wicket partnership of 181 with Sami Aslam on the way to an excellent knock of 139 as England endured a frustrating day in the field.