England 260/8, Sam Curran 37, Stuart Broad 00, England lead by 233 runs, India vs England, 4th Test match, Day 3 highlights: A steady and important knock from English batsmen Joe Root (48), Jos Butler (69) and Sam Currans* (37) helped the hosts to take a lead of 233 runs over India on the day 3 of the 4th Test match Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton.
With the loss of 8 wickets, England has scored 260 runs in 90.1 overs at the stumps of the day 3.
Earlier at tea, English batsman Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes’ partnership managed to take a lead of 123 runs in the second innings for England.
In the first session, England lost three wickets. India will be happy with the breakthrough of Keaton Jennings just before lunch. However, Joe Root is still on the crease. Visitors will be hoping to bundle out hosts early just like first innings. Both pacers – Jasprit Bumrah and Ishant Sharma have done their part but lone specialist spinner in the team Ravichandran Ashwin did not quite perform in the same way.
England was going well with a partnership between Joe Root and Keaton Jennings but excellent delivery by Mohammed Shami did the remaining part for Virat Kohli’s men. KL Rahul was excellent in the slips.
Thanks to Cheteshwar Pujara’s 132 runs knock, Virat Kohli and company surpassed England’s score of 246 runs. For England, spinner Moeen Ali picked up a fifer off 63 runs in his 16 overs with an economy rate of 3.94. Moeen Ali dismissed Rishabh Pant, Hardik Pandya, R Ashwin, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma and managed to restrict India for 273 runs in their second innings.
Here are the LIVE updates of India vs England 4th Test match Day 3:
Stumps Day 3
The day 3 of the 4th test match ended with the dismissal of Adil Rashid (11) on a moving delivery of Mohammed Shami. England lead by 233 runs.
Adil Rashid departs! Rishab Pant caught Adil Rashid behind the stumps on a moving delivery of Mohammed Shami. England lead by 233 runs.
England 259/7 (91 overs) Sam Curran 36, Adil Rashid 11, England lead by 232 runs
English batsmen Sam Curran 36 and Adil Rashid 11 are now moving the scoreboard responsibly. After the 91 overs, England lead by 232 runs against India.
England 259/7, lead by 232 runs
English batsmen have scored a fighting total of 224 runs against India and Sam Curran 35 and Adil Rashid 05 are still adding runs to the scorecard.
England 245/7 (87 overs)
The Day 3 is about to finish as only a few overs are left for the day. England 245/7 (87 overs) Sam Curran 30, Adil Rashid 00, lead by 217 runs
England lead by 214 runs
Ishant Sharma has provided a much-needed breakthrough to his side as England has been moving towards a good total.
England 233/7, lead by 206 runs
Ishant Sharma dismisses Jos Buttler, who was holding the fort for England. Jos Butler out for 69 off 122 balls.
R. Ashwin picks up a wicket. Ben Stokes departs for 30 runs off 110 balls. England 178/5 (68 overs) Jos Buttler 33, Ben Stokes 29, lead by 142 runs
England 178/5 (68 overs) Jos Buttler 33, Ben Stokes 29, lead by 142 runs
Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler have been holding the fort for England from a long time, while India bowlers are looking for a breakthrough. England 178/5 (68 overs) Jos Buttler 33, Ben Stokes 29, lead by 142 runs
England 158/5 (62 overs), lead by 131 runs
England has taken a lead by 131 runs against India in the 4th Test match at the Rose Bowl stadium. England 158/5 (62 overs) Jos Buttler 24, Ben Stokes 24, lead by 131 runs
England 154/5 (60 overs) Jos Buttler 22, Ben Stokes 22, lead by 127 runs
English batsmen Jos Buttler and Ben Stokes are pushing England's second innings ahead and hosts have taken a lead by 127 runs in 60 overs. England 154/5 (60 overs) Jos Buttler 22, Ben Stokes 22, lead by 127 runs.
The play resumes
English batsmen Jos Butler and Ben Stokes continue batting for their side.
England 152/5 (58 overs) Jos Buttler 22, Ben Stokes 20, lead by 125 runs
England has attained a lead of 125 runs over India at the tea break on the Day 3 of the fourth test match at Rose Bowl stadium. England 152/5 (58 overs) Jos Buttler 22, Ben Stokes 20, lead by 125 runs
150 up for England
England scored 150 runs in their second innings, which marks a lead of 123 runs over India in the 4th Test match at the Rose Bowl stadium. England 150/5 (57 overs) Jos Buttler 20, Ben Stokes 20, lead by 123 runs
England 149/5, lead by 121 runs
Another good over bowled by Mohammed Shami which allows English batsmen to add only 1 run. England 149/5 (56 overs) Jos Buttler 18, Ben Stokes 20, lead by 121 runs
England 146/5 (54 overs) Jos Buttler 18, Ben Stokes 18, lead by 119 runs
England is moving towards a good total, which may trouble India in their second innings. England 146/5 (54 overs) Jos Buttler 18, Ben Stokes 18, lead by 119 runs
England 140/5 (52 overs) Jos Buttler 16, Ben Stokes 14, lead by 111 runs
At the end of the 52 over of England's second innings, the hosts have managed to take a lead of 113 runs over India in the 4th test match at the Rose Bowl stadium.
England 140/5 (52 overs) Jos Buttler 16, Ben Stokes 14, lead by 111 runs
England 134/5, lead by 107 runs
English batsmen are trying to hit a boundary in every over as Jos Buttler hits a four to Mohammed Shami this time on his 3rd ball of the 50th over. England 134/5 (50 overs) Jos Buttler 12, Ben Stokes 12, lead by 107 runs
England 129/5, lead by 102 runs
A bad delivery from Ishant Sharma and Jos Buttler hits it out of the boundary rope for 4 runs. England 129/5 (48 overs) Jos Buttler 07, Ben Stokes 12, lead by 102 runs
A good throw from Mohammed Shami has provided another break-through for India as Joe Root departs for 48 runs.
Skipper Joe Root misses his half-century by only 2 runs as Mohammed Shami makes a runout. Joe Root departs for 48 runs, England 122/5 (46 overs) Ben Stokes 12, lead by 95 runs
England 117/4 (44 overs) Joe Root 48, Ben Stokes 7, lead by 90 runs
A maiden over by pacer Ishant Sharma. Joe Root has to wait a bit more to reach his half-century. England 117/4 (44 overs) Joe Root 48, Ben Stokes 7, lead by 90 runs
England 117/4, lead by 90 runs
English batsmen Joe Root and Ben Stokes are moving the scoreboard continuously. The hosts have taken a lead by 90 runs so far. England 117/4 (42 overs) Joe Root 48, Ben Stokes 7, lead by 90 runs
England 108/4 (40 overs) Joe Root 45, Ben Stokes 1, lead by 81 runs
At the end of 40th over, England has managed to take a lead by 81 runs in the 4th Test match against India at the Rose Bowl stadium in Southampton.
Joe Root on course to a half-century
English skipper Joe Root is moving inches closer to his half-century against India in the 4th Test match at the Rose Bowl stadium of Southampton.
England 106/4 (38 overs) Joe Root 43, Ben Stokes 1, lead by 78 runs
Indian bowlers are doing a quite good job as the managed to dismiss 4 English batsmen so far.
India vs England 4th Test
England has managed to take a lead of 78 runs in 36 overs played today so far in the 4th Test match at the Rose Bowl stadium.
England 105/4 (36 overs) Joe Root 31, Ben Stokes 0, lead by 78 runs
England 93/4 (33 overs) Joe Root 31, Ben Stokes 0, lead by 65 runs
The second session will be important for both teams as it could swipe the victory in either team's way. India have a great start to the second session with a wicket on the first ball.
England 92/4 (32 overs) Joe Root 29, lead by 65 runs
What a delivery! Jonny Bairstow gone on the first delivery he faced. Mohammed Shami is on a hat-trick. Excellent start after lunch-break.
R Ashwin fails to impress!
Lone specialist spinner in the Indian bowling attack, Ravichandran Ashwin could have done more as he fails to impress with his bowl in the 4th Test.
Indian pace attack did well!
Indian pace attack - Jasprit Bumrah, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma have done their part as three players of England's top order have been sent back to the pavilion.
At lunch, England are 92/3, lead by 65 runs
India played excellent in the first hour through Jasprit Bumrah and Ishant Sharma's bowling. But spinner Ravichandran Ashwin didn't quite perform.
At lunch, England are 92/3, lead by 65 runs. England lost three wickets in the first session. Jennings did his best to stay on the crease for long but Shami's excellent delivery dismissed him.
England 87/2 (31 overs) Joe Root 29, Keaton Jennings 32
After early dismissals, England has managed to come back with a partnership between Joe Root and Keaton Jennings.
England 77/2 (29 overs) Joe Root 21, Keaton Jennings 30
England have come out of the deep crisis as both batsmen are playing well. Small steps would help hosts to increase its lead.
England 75/2 (28 overs) Joe Root 21, Keaton Jennings 29
England captain Joe Root along with Keaton Jennings are putting in a small little partnership together.
England 71/2 (26 overs) Joe Root 17, Keaton Jennings 29
Mohammed Shami comes into the attack. India wants to continue its hold on England line-up.
England 66/2 (24 overs) Joe Root 13, Keaton Jennings 28
It seems like that England is recovering after a debacle as both Joe Root and Keaton Jennings are pushing hosts' score ahead.
England 61/2 (23 overs) Joe Root 12, Keaton Jennings 28
Keaton Jennings is slowly but steadily taking England's total ahead as top-order is struggling against Indian pace attack.
England 45/2 (21 overs) Joe Root 6, Keaton Jennings 18
England will be looking to score some quick runs to counter-attack Indian bowling attack. Joe Root and Keaton Jennings are on the crease.
England 42/2 (20 overs) Joe Root 3, Keaton Jennings 18
R Ashwin is back into the attack! Excellent use of the new ball from Indian pace attack.
England 36/2 (18 overs) Joe Root 1, Keaton Jennings 14
Joe Root comes to the crease! England's class act has failed to impress everyone with his bat in this series so far.
England 33/2 (16 overs) Joe Root 0, Keaton Jennings 12
Another wicket! Early dismissals will harm England's batting just like first innings. Ishan Sharma gets his man Moeen Ali. England's plan did not work out as Moeen Ali departs at a very low score.
England 33/1 (15 overs) Moeen Ali 9, Keaton Jennings 12
Moeen Ali at no. 3! Is it England's plan to counter attack Indian pace attack. England would be looking for runs at a quick rate.
England 28/1 (13 overs) Moeen Ali 0, Keaton Jennings 12
Jasprit Bumrah once again! India got its first breakthrough. Alaistar Cook had no answer to it. The most experienced batsman in hosts team fails again. First innings bowling star Moeen Ali comes to the crease.
On the first delivery of the 12th over Jasprit Bumrah dismisses English opener Alastair Cook. England 24/1 (12.1 overs) Alastair Cook 12, Keaton Jennings 12*, England trail by 3 runs.
England trail by 4 runs
England is close to surpass India's lead of 27 runs and trailing by only 4 runs now.
England 23/0 (12 overs) Alastair Cook 11, Keaton Jennings 12, England trail by 4 runs.
India vs England Day 3
On the Day 3 of the 4th test match between India and England, English opener Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings resumed the innings. England 14/0 (10 overs) Alastair Cook 07, Keaton Jennings 07, England trail by 12 runs