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Moeen Ali and James Anderson combined to bowl England to a 266-run, series-levelling win over India in the third Test.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni bemoaned a number of ‘soft dismisals’ after his side relinquished their series lead to England.
England set India 445 to win and reduced them to 112-4 on a one-sided fourth day at the Ageas Bowl.
Stuart Broad was pleased with the performance of England's bowlers on day three of the third Test against India.
India were reduced to 323-8 in reply to England's first-innings 569-7 declared on day three of the third Test.
The ICC will hear an appeal by India's Ravindra Jadeja against a fine for breaching its code of conduct against England.
Ian Bell returned to form with a century as England declared on 569-7 to take control of the third Test against India.
Ian Bell was happy to make a major contribution as England piled on the runs on day two of the third Test against India.
England must decide whether to make more than the one enforced change at wicket-keeper for the third Test against India.
The ICC has urged Alastair Cook and MS Dhoni to say no more about the row involving James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja.
Alastair Cook fell just short of a century, but Gary Ballance did reach three figures as England dominated on day one.
India captian MS Dhoni has sprung to the defence of all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja after he was hit with a fine.
Ravindra Jadeja has been fined 50 per cent of his match fee for his part in a confrontation with James Anderson.
India's second Test win over England at Lord's was all down to preparation and patience, says paceman Ishant Sharma.
Ishant Sharma claimed 7-74 to bowl India to a 95-run victory over England on the final day of the second Test at Lord's.
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni praised his side's attitude after they beat England by 95 runs in the second Test.
Alastair Cook has vowed to carry on as England captain despite his side’s 95-run defeat to India at Lord's.
Alastair Cook's poor form continued as England were reduced to 105-4 chasing 319 on day four against India at Lord's.
Murali Vijay stood firm as India close on 169-4 in their second innings, a lead of 145, on day three against England.
Gary Ballance completed back-to-back Lord's hundreds but India struck back to leave the second Test evenly-poised.
Sir Ian Botham says England have ‘turned the corner’ after they ended their 11-Test wait for a win.
England v India Test
England win by 266 runs
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