After a remarkable day with the bat, India look to put up a competitive first innings score when they take on England on Day two of the third Test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Sunday. England lead the five-match series 2-0.
Here are the updates from Day 2 as it happened:
# The session comes to an end. India 124/2 after 31 overs. Click here to check the detailed scorecard.
# Stokes and Rashid claimed wickets for England. India leads by 292 runs.
# The pace seems to have dropped for team India but Pujara and Kohli remain firm. Anderson in attacking mode but India is clearly playing with confidence.
# India 117/2 after 25 overs, leads by 285 runs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Virat Kohli comes in at four.
# WICKET!! India loses their second wicket! Dhawan out stumped by Rashid. A spin-off delivery lands with wicketkeeper Bairstow who leaves no chance for Dhawan. The wicket comes when Dhawan was nearing his century. A much needed wicket for England.
# India completes 100 runs, leading by 268 runs. Pujara and Dhawan's partnership nears 50.
# India 101/1 after 20 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# England's desperation for a wicket is evident but Pujara and Dhawan stand firm. Cook misses a catch to take Dhawan's wicket. The ball edges and drops. India's lead keeps on getting bigger building up more pressure on the host.
# England pacer Woakes and Stokes try angling the bowls to secure another wicket. Dhawan, however, tries to maintain a steady form. Pujara and Dhawan leading with a run rate of 5.35 runs per over.
# India 81/1 after 15 overs, lead by 249 runs. Click here to check the detailed scorecard.
# Cheteshwar Pujara comes in at three.
# WICKET! India loses their first wicket. KL Rahul sent off by Stokes. The delivery finds the gap between the bat and the pad hitting the stumps.
# India 50/0 after 9 overs, leads with 218 runs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Anderson tries hard to make a comeback but Indian batsmen standing firm on their positions. India is seen in a clinical performance. The duo completes a partnership of 50 runs.
# India starts off in confidence. Dhawan and Rahul lead the way during initial overs. India tries to maintain their pace.
# India 28/0 after four wickets. Leading with 196 runs. Click here to check the detailed scorecard.
# Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul comes in. Anderson bowls for England. India are in leading with 168 runs.
# The match resumes
# England 161/10. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# WICKET!! Bumrah takes the final one for India. Buttler goes after scoring 39 runs off 32 balls.
# Buttler passes 1000 Test runs!
# Buttler maintains his performance. He tries to revive the match in England's favour.
# England 152/9 after 37 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Buttler tries to lower the pressure over England. While the Indian team looks eager to finish off the innings, Buttler frustrates with two FOURS and a SIX in Shami's over.
# England 128/8 after 33 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# James Anderson is in at eleven.
# WICKET!! Another one goes! Broad out LBW. Pandya shines throughout. Five dismissals by a Pandya on his debut innings.
# Stuart Broad comes in at ten.
# WICKET!! Pandya on a hat-trick ball. Adil Rashid sent off. England clearly under pressure.
# England 118/7 after 31 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Adil Rashid comes in at nine.
# WICKET!! Pandya is on a roll! Clearly, a good decision to bring Pandya in for bowling. This times it is Woakes. The pressure increases on England as Woakes retire with 8 runs.
# Chris Woakes comes in at eight.
# WICKET!! Rahul catches another one, sending off Bairstow this time. Pandya shines with his bowling. England in a tight spot now!
# England 110/5 after 30 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Jos Buttler comes in at seven.
# WICKET!! Stokes sent off by Shami. India strikes with Shami's attack. The extra bounce in the delivery hands the ball to Rahul. India building the game in their favour.
# A huge appeal by Pandya for LBW. The decision goes too close but the review is retained.
# England 99/4 after 27 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Ben Stokes comes in at six.
# WICKET!! England loses their fourth! Pandya replaces Shami and takes on Root with the first ball. Outswinger by Pandya was caught by KL Rahul. Going over the replay to see if the wicket stands. Third Umpire Aleem Dar's decision stands and the English captain is sent off at 16 runs. A massive stroke by India.
# A defining moment for England as India were also 3-down at a similar score on Day 1 with Kohli-Rahane building their partnership. Meanwhile, Ashwin comes off the field with Patrick Farhart. He tries bowling in the indoor nets while showing signs of discomfort.
# England 81/3 after 22 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Jonny Bairstow comes in at five.
# WICKET!!! Pope goes away with 10 runs. Sharma's delivery swings and Pope couldn't judge the ball. Pope realised his mistake and did not even wait for the review. Great catch by the debutant wicket-keeper Pant.
# Pope tries to slip the ball but Bumrah moves with tight deliveries. Root manages to secure a FOUR on Ishant's delivery. Sharma's strong appeal for LBW turned down. England tries to revive the scorecard.
# England 59/2 after 13 overs. Click here to check the detailed scorecard.
# Ollie Pope comes in at four.
# WICKET!! Another one for India. Much needed wicket for Bumrah as he sends Cook off with 29 runs.
# Joe Root comes in at three.
# WICKET!! England lose their first wicket! Cook sent off by Sharma. India's decision to bring Ishant for bowling comes to use. Thin edge lands the ball in Pant's hand.
# The match resumes with Cook and Jennings back at the crease. Ishant Sharma comes in to bowl. Cook and Jennings complete their 50 runs partnership. India looking forward to breaking the duo.
# Lunch Break
# England 46/0 after nine overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Cook and Jennings working towards their half-century partnership. Bowlers Bumrah and Shami trying hard but Indian pacers leak runs. England makes a good start.
# England 38/0 after seven overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Bumrah and Shami takes charge for the bowling. England's opener maintains a run rate of 5.14 runs per over. Jennings and Cook looking forward to a strong partnership.
# Jasprit Bumrah, who was ruled out of the first two Tests, has looked in good shape. He is bowling around the wicket to both the left-handers in an attempt to angle the deliveries.
# England 15/0 after two overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings open for England.
# England commences with their innings.
# India's innings comes to close in just 40 minutes. India 329/10
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# WICKET!! Bumrah sent off at zero. Another wicket for Anderson.
# Jasprit Bumrah comes in at eleven.
WICKET!! There goes Shami. Anderson takes his first wicket for the day. Shami hit the straight and ball lands with Broad.
# Mohammed Shami is in at ten.
# WICKET!! Broad strikes again. He moves the ball in, cleans up Ashwin. India lose their 8th wicket. India 326/8.
# India 326/7 after 93 overs. Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# Ishant Sharma is in at nine.
# WICKET!! Pant sent off by Broad's delivery. An inside edge delivery marks the first wicket for England. Pant secured 24 runs off 51 balls.
# India 323/6 after 91 overs
# Rishabh Pant moving to counter attacks by Anderson who is back with his swings. Ashwin, however, defends strongly on Anderson's attack, leads with two FOUR in Anderson's over.
# Ravichandran Ashwin is in at number eight.
# Match resumes.
# The rains have stopped but the delay continues due to wet outfield.
# Rain delays play by 15 minutes.
# Click here for the detailed scorecard.
# India 1st Innings: 307/6 (Virat Kohli 97, Ajinkya Rahane 81 / Chris Woakes 3/75)
Virat Kohli and Ajinkya Rahane batted brilliantly and stitched a stunning 159-run partnership for the fourth wicket. Both Kohli (97) and Rahane (81) kept scoring at a decent run-rate but fell short of a deserving century. India were 307 for the loss of six wickets at stumps on Day 1.
After a disastrous second-Test at Lord’s, the Indian openers outclassed the probing English bowlers in the first session on Day 1. Batting first, Indian openers Shikhar Dhawan, who replaced Murali Vijay, and KL Rahul survived the new ball got India off to a steady start with a 60-run partnership for the opening wicket. Just when India looked in a good position, Chris Woakes took three wickets to send the top-order back in quick succession.
India: Shikhar Dhawan, Lokesh Rahul, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Rishabh Pant (wk), Hardik Pandya, Ravichandran Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Jasprit Bumrah
England: Alastair Cook, Keaton Jennings, Joe Root (c), Ollie Pope, Jonny Bairstow (wk), Ben Stokes, Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes, Adil Rashid, Stuart Broad, James Anderson