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England bowled poorly and became flustered as India set them 319 to win the second Test, says Beefy.
The heat is ramping up on Matt Prior, says Nasser Hussain, and he must hit his way back into form.
Alastair Cook must decide whether he can locate his batting form whilst captaining, says Nasser Hussain.
Graeme Swann heaped praise on fellow spin king Monty Panesar after his 11-wicket haul inspired England to victory.
We look at some of England's greatest Test victories away from home since 2000.
Sourav Ganguly believes India must accept that they lost to the better team after an impressive bowling performance handed England the victory.
Monty Panesar and Graeme Swann feel having two spinners in a test side has been a big positive for England.
Nasser Husssain praises Alastair Cook after scoring four centuries in four test matches.
The team discuss whether or not India should be forced to accept the Decision Review System.
David LLoyd and Nick Knight believe Sachin Tendulkar should only retire when he's ready.
See what our expert panel had to say as Day four of the second Test reached a climax in Mumbai...
Sky Sports' experts analyse the key displays that led to England's emphatic victory in Mumbai.
Mike Atherton says he fears that India may produce flat pitches for the final two Tests of the series.
Sachin Tendulkar is not a spent force, says Nick Knight, despite the Indian batsman's poor form.
England must be more flexible in their selection to utilise Monty Panesar's talent, says Nasser.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni singled out Monty Panesar as England's match-winner following the 10-wicket defeat.
Alastair Cook paid tribute to the character of his England side after they bounced back to beat India by 10 wickets.
Sir Ian Botham and Nasser Hussain believe that stand out performances from a select few individuals are part and parcel of the team game.
Kevin Pietersen said his 186 could now be considered the best Test innings of his career.
Kevin Pietersen says a united dressing room who backed themselves, earned their win over India in the second test.
Test newbie Jos Buttler's electric batting can re-energise English cricket supporters, says Athers.
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India trail England by 544 runs with 9 wickets remaining
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Nasser Hussain applauded Alastair Cook's mental strength, after the England captain's determined 95.
Jos Buttler will be under huge mental and physical burdens as a Test keeper, says Nasser Hussain.
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