Kohli, Jadeja aim to take lead

England v India, 4th Test Live Cricket Score Update: Stump!

Good for India because they have taken a big lead but England will not be too upset as they have finished the game with 10 wickets in hand. Target 368 so they need 291 more runs on the last day. The situation is expected to be favorable for the batting team tomorrow so maybe England will have a chance. On Monday, of course, India need early wickets. There is a possibility of a draw but it is Test cricket so we can never be sure.

Third day report: Rohit Sharma scored his first Test century outside India before England’s Oli Robinson took two wickets in the first over off the second new ball on a stormy day at the Oval on Saturday.


India were 270–3 in their second innings when the bad light ended on the third day of the fourth Test, England’s first innings lead from 200 to 171.

The visitors were on the verge of knocking England out of the game completely when home captain Joe Root picked up the new ball as soon as possible with India scoring 236–1 in 80 overs.

In the next ball, Sharma mistakenly pulled Robinson’s bridge for 127, which came to a standstill on the pitch as Chris Oakes ran from the fine leg to the long leg to take the catch.


ENG vs IND Cricket Score 4th Test Day 4 and Live Streaming, When to Watch India vs England Match.

Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara ended an excellent partnership of 153 runs in overs.

After five balls, Pujara was also out, 61 ending his valuable ending when he knocked out Maine Ali on a slip cord through the thigh near Seamer Robinson of Sussex.

After a 1-1 draw in the five-match series, India are now 237-3, with two new batsmen, captain Virat Kohli and Rabindra Jadeja, facing England.

But even after turning on the floodlights, Root says his speed is too dangerous for bowling, with umpires removing players from the field at 5:42 a.m. local time (16:42 GMT).

Star batsman Kohli is unbeaten on 22 and Jadeja is unbeaten on almost two years without a Test century.


Opener Rohit Sharma may miss Rory Burns’ slip twice, but the 43-year-old will miss his eighth century in 43 Tests and his first overseas in 25 overseas.

After taking 145 deliveries to reach the slowest half-century of his Test career, Sharma picked up the pace and needed just 59 balls to complete a century off 204 balls.


Sharma took off-spinner Maine to the milestone in style, hitting 12 fours in the long on.


“You don’t come here (England) and score a century, it’s a process,” Sharma told reporters.

“Whether it’s a century, abroad or at home, it always feels good. Every batsman strives for it.”

Commenting on the status of the match, Sharma said: “We are in a good position, but we understand that the game is not over, so we need to make the same effort that we are doing today and yesterday. We do.”

Pujara, England’s 91-run innings and fresh from a third Test-run win at Headingley, provides excellent support for recovery from an ankle injury that requires a few minutes of treatment on the field.

Meanwhile, England assistant coach Paul Collingwood insisted: “The situation there is looking very good so we should not be intimidated by their total.

“Looked great to bat, we’ve seen a very rapid change in this series.”

India resumed 0-0 on Saturday in rainy conditions in favor of England’s fast bowlers, although the pitch was good for batting.

In the second slip, Sharma took the lead in Burnie Burns’ six strikes and scored an unbeaten 20 runs. In the first over of the day, he made a quick move by fielding England’s great James Anderson.

He was relieved again on 31 when he threw Robinson for a right-handed catch while diving only in the sixth ball of the Burns-England match.


But Anderson eventually bowled out KL Rahul for 46 to give India a 83-1 lead.


Sharma and Pujara scored against the England attack, remembering the speed of Joffra Archer and Mark Wood.


There was no ‘nervous 90’ for Sharma, a four-legged one-foot pull on Anderson’s delivery took him to before he got three points against Moin.

Here’s what you need to know about when and where to watch the 4th England-India Test match:

When will the 4th India v England Test be held?


The fourth Test between England and India will be played on September 2, 2021.


Where will the 4th India v England Test be held?


The fourth Test between England and India will be played at the Oval in London.


When will the fourth India v England Test start?


The fourth Test between England and India will start at 30.80 pm Indian time. The toss will be held on the first day at noon.


How can I watch India vs England Test match?



India: Virat Kohli (captain), Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Mayank Agarwal, Ajinkya Rahane, Hanuma Vihari, Rishabh Pant (wicket-keeper), R Ashwin, Ravindra Jadeja, Axar Patel, Jasprit Bumrah, Ishant Sharma, Mohammed Shami, Mohammed Siraj, Umesh Yadav, KL Rahul, Wriddhiman Saha, Abhimanyu Easwaran, Prithvi Shaw, Suryakumar Yadav, Shardul Thakur, Prasidh Krishna

England: Joe Root (C), Moeen ali, Anderson, Bairstow, Billings, Rory Burns, Sam Curran, Hameed, Dan Lawrence, Malan, Overton, Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood.


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