England All Out For 205 In 1st Inning Of India vs England 4th Test

The 4th and the last test of India vs. England series is being played from Thursday, March 04, 2021, to Monday, March 08, 2021. In the final test of the Paytm IND vs. ENG test series, England won the toss and elected to bat first on the track that had turn and bounce as well. However, they manage to surpass the 200-run mark only for the second time in this series.

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India vs England 4th Test: Indian Bowlers Demolish England

Indian spinners, Ashwin and Axar troubled the visiting team in India vs England 4th Test. For India, spinners Ravichandran Ashwin (3/47) and Axar Patel (4/68) once again troubled England batsman and shared 7 wickets, while pacer Md. Siraj (2/45) dismissed two batsmen.

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England’s 1st innings scorecard in India vs England 4th Test

Ben Stokes managed to get a half-century (55) before Washington Sundar bowled him. Dan Lawrence, coming out to bat at numbers seven and score 46-runs and helped England to get close to 200 marks. A little patience by Lawrence might have helped England to score more. However, a detailed scorecard for England’s 1st Inning is:

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Ro-hit and Pujara are on the crease

After restricting England to 205 in 75.5 overs, Rohit and Gill came to open for India. Shubhman Gill’s poor form continues and went to the pavilion without opening his account. On Day 1 Stumps, Rohit Sharma (8) and ever-steady Pujara (15) are at the crease. India is 24 for 1 in India vs England 4th Test. 

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India is leading the series by 2-1, but they need a draw entry for the World Test Championship final against New Zealand. This is going to be held in June 2021.

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