3rd Test: West Indies 280/8 on Day 3

Live updates of Day 3 of third Test between England and West Indies.

West Indies hit by poor decision-making: Gibson

Head coach Ottis Gibson says the embattled West Indies have played well in patches on the England tour, and if they were still hampered it is because of their "poor decision making" at critical moments.

In-form Broad not interested in taking `rest`

Amidst talks that he may be rested for the third Test against the West Indies, young England paceman Stuart Broad has said categorically that he does not want to be rested since he is in the "best nick" of his life.

Fans disappointed by Indian cricket team’s dismal performance

The humiliating loss of the Indian cricket team in the third Test match at Edgbaston against England has disappointed fans across the country.

Fallen heroes look for answers in dismal tour

Word has spread that the Indian cricket team is looking for a psychologist.

Indians were complacent after recent good run

Indian cricketers had become a complacent lot after their recent good run and that is the prime reason behind their dismal performance, feels Vengsarkar.

Dravid should have taken DRS but he was confused: Dhoni

Dhoni feels that Dravid should have appealed for DRS after being adjudged caught behind off James Anderson`s bowling during India`s second innings.

Still no ton of tons for Sachin after fluke run-out

Sachin`s latest bid to become the first batsman to score 100 international hundreds ended in unlucky fashion.

Edgbaston Test, Day 3: Statistical highlights

Statistical highlights of the third day`s play in the third Test between India and England here.

Disappointed on missing 300 but thrilled also: Cook

England opener Alastair Cook is `thrilled` at making 294 runs against India in the third Test at Edgbaston on Friday.

We can still save the Test match: Mishra

Indian spinner Amit Mishra feels that his side has the character and skills to save the third Test match.

Indian batsmen capable of handling Swann: Mishra

The Edgbaston track has started assisting spinners but Amit Mishra says Indian batsmen are capable of handling England spinner Graeme Swann.

Bopara should stop idolising Tendulkar: Vaughan

Former England skipper Michael Vaughan feels Test cricketers should not "worship" opponents while their teams battle it out on the field.

Edgbaston Test, Day 2: Statistical Highlights

Statistical highlights of the second day`s play in the third Test between India and England at Edgbaston.

I love to bowl long spells, says Praveen

Seamer Praveen Kumar looked content to finish with two wickets on the second day of the third cricket Test on Thursday.

`I haven`t seen the ball swing as much in a row`

India coach Duncan Fletcher believes the famed Indian batting came a cropper in this series because the wickets so far in the series have afforded uncommon assistance to seam and swing.

No demons in the Edgbaston pitch: Tim Bresnan

England pacer said there were no demons in the Edgbaston pitch and the pacers had to build pressure to dismiss the Indian batting lineup.

Riots haven`t affected our preparations, says Strauss

The riots in London which is now spreading across to other cities including Brimigham haven`t really affected their preparations, stated England captain Andrew Strauss ahead of the third Test against India starting on Wednesday.

It will be a tough test for Sehwag first up, feels Strauss

England captain Andrew Strauss believes that it would be a tough test for Virender Sehwag as he embarks on his journey to lift the sagging spirits of the Indian team as they gear up for the third Test at Edgbaston starting on Wednesday.

Crowd gathers to greet Indian cricket team in UK

Birmingham police were relieved that the crowd gathered had nothing to do with the riots, but were there to greet the Indian cricket team.