Match Details

ENG vs IND 3rd TEST, ENG vs IND 2024

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ENG 319(71.1)
India won by 434 runs 🏆
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M Wood Logo
M Wood Jersy



M Wood
4s: 6
6s: 1
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J Anderson Jersy
4s: 0
6s: 0
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R Jadeja

Econ: 3.24
37th Over:
= 0
38th Over:
= 23
Last Over:
= 6
This Over:
= 2


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And with that, we conclude our coverage of the third test match in the five-match series between India and England. India's dominant display has led to their biggest-ever test victory, triumphing over England by a massive 434-run margin. Stay tuned for more thrilling cricket action in the days to come!

Signing off, it's Hitesh Peddurwar alongside my esteemed co-commentator Akshay Bhide and our meticulous scorer/analyst Bishal Mandal. Until next time, keep enjoying the game of cricket! 🏏

Ravindra Jadeja (Player of the Match): " I was looking just to build a partnership with Rohit as we were in a bad position, 33/3. I just tried to watch the ball and play according to it. I know this wicket, once we bat first the ball comes on the bat nicely and in the second innings it gets difficult.

Once Rohit won the toss, I was like this is what all wanted to bat first. I think on this wicket, we don't get easy wickets, we need to work hard, as this surface is good for batting. We need to keep bowling in good areas. We need to earn the wickets on this surface."
Player of the Match: Ravindra Jadeja
Rohit Sharma (India Captain): "See, when you are playing Test cricket, it is not played over two or three days. We know the importance of playing over the course of five days. They played well. But we have got class on our squad. The message was to stay calm. Not drift from what we want as a team. I'm proud of my team because they sticked to the plans.

I mean specially for this game, he has got a good experience of playing in this format. He has scored a good amount of runs and we wanted that right and left hand batting. We all know Sarfaraz. He did what he does the best. We don't have any long term plan with the batting order. We go with whatever we feel on the day and go with the flow.

Honestly, a lot of turning points. Once we won the toss, that was a good toss to win because we know how important it is to put runs on the board. Also, to get that lead. The way we bowled after the onslaught from the English batters was brilliant. We didn't have our most experienced bowler but the others did a fine job. The job was half done. We knew we had to bat well and get a big lead. The youngsters did a fine job and Jadeja bowled brilliantly today.

I have spoken a lot about Yashasvi in Vizag as well. Even outside the dressing room, there have been a lot of talks about him. I won't talk about him. He is young and I'll hope that he keeps doing and delivering for the side."
Atomberg Smart Saver of the Match: Dhruv Jurel
Campa Great Striker of the Match: Ben Duckett
SBI Life Apne Liye Apno Ke Liye Award: Yashasvi Jaiswal
Dream11 GameChanger of the Match: Yashasvi Jaiswal
Ben Stokes (England Captain): " Look I think, Ben Duckett played an unbelievable innings, we thought to set that tone that tone throughout the match. It was about identifying the opportunities and to score runs and push up the score as much as possible. With how the wicket was behaving we wanted to push the score as much as we could. Sometimes game plans don't work around.

 Everyone has a perception and opinion about us, the only thing that matters is what the people in the dressing room think about us. Things don't always go our way. We will look to leave this game behind and look to win the final two games of the series."
CREX (Player of the Day - Ravindra Jadeja): The local boy wreaked havoc on England's batting order, claiming an impressive 5 wickets during his spell of 12.4 overs. Jadeja's outstanding performance played a pivotal role in India's comprehensive victory.

Session Breakdown:

Session 1: 31 Overs, 118 Runs, 2 Wickets

Session 2: 24.2 Overs, 134 Runs, 2 Wickets

Session 3: 31.2 Overs, 104 Runs, 9 Wickets

Match Bulletins Day 4

  • India bring up their 200 in the 53rd over

  • Gill and Kuldeep bring up 50 between them

  • England burst a review against Kuldeep for LBW off Wood

  • A mix-up in the middle and Gill is run out on 91

  • Drinks, Session 1: IND - 246/3, 64 Overs (Kuldeep 26*)

  • Rehan ends Kuldeep’s resistance by dismissing him on 27

  • Jaiswal and Sarfaraz take the lead past 400

  • India bring up their 300 in the 80th over

  • Jaiswal and Sarfaraz bring up 50 between them

  • Lunch: IND - 314/4, 82 Overs (Jaiswal 149*, Sarfaraz 22*), lead by 440 runs

  • Jaiswal brings up his 150 in 192 balls

  • Jaiswal hits Anderson for three consecutive sixes

  • 100-run stand comes up between Jaiswal and Sarfaraz off just 87 balls

  • England lose a review against Sarfaraz for caught behind off Rehan

  • Root drops Sarfaraz on 37 off his own bowling

  • Sarfaraz brings up his second fifty in his debut Test

  • Jaiswal brings up his double-ton off 231 balls

  • India bring up their 400 in 96.3 overs

  • Drinks, Session 2: IND - 412/4, 97 Overs (Jaiswal 213*, Sarfaraz 51*)

  • Foakes drops Sarfaraz on 67

  • India declare their innings at 430/4 (Jaiswal 214*,Sarfaraz 68*), lead by 556 runs

  • Indian bowlers Bumrah and Siraj kick off with back-to-back maidens.

  • Duckett gets run out for just 4 runs, courtesy of excellent game awareness by Jurel.

  • Bumrah strikes just before tea, trapping Crawley lbw as Umpire’s Call rules him OUT

  • Tea: ENG 18/1, 8.2 Overs (Pope 2*)

  • Jadeja strikes in his first over after the Tea break, dismissing Pope on three

  • Jadeja claims another wicket, trapping Bairstow lbw for 4 runs

  • India lose their review challenging Stokes' LBW decision.

  • Jadeja traps Root on 7 in front of the stumps after ball tracking shows Umpire’s Call

  • Stokes gets dismissed by Kuldeep on 15 in the very next over

  • Drinks, Session 3: ENG - 50/6, 22.5 Overs (Foakes 0*)

  • Rehan holes out in the deep on duck to give Kuldeep his second scalp

  • India squander another review, this time against Foakes for LBW

  • India exhausts their last review, challenging Hartley's caught behind decision.

  • Foakes departs after scoring 16 runs, falling victim to Jadeja

  • Ashwin gets into the action by scalping Hartley for 16 runs

  • The review comes to Wood's rescue as the ball is deemed to have pitched outside leg stump

  • Wood departs after an entertaining 15-ball 33 as England get bundled out on 122

  • ENG - 122, 39.4 Overs (Mark Wood 33, Ravindra Jadeja 5/41)

  • India beat England by 434 runs and go 2-1 up in the series

Yashasvi Jaiswal: “I’m just trying to make it big whenever I’m set. Because in Test cricket, you never know. I try to bat as long as I can whenever I’m set.

I think it was pretty difficult for me. Initially, I was not getting runs. I had to play the bowler. Then suddenly when I got set, I thought I can play my strokes. I started playing those strokes and started getting those runs. I didn’t want to go out but it was too much. I didn’t know how it was going to be on the next day. A lot of thoughts came to my mind. But I felt really good and I made sure that I’ll take the game forward.

At that moment, I felt there was something for the bowlers. I was feeling that I had to stay and give a good start to the team. I tried to play as many balls as possible.

I feel whenever I’m set, I have to score big. My seniors have always said to make it big whenever I’m set. The way Jaddu bhai and Rohit bhai played in the first innings, it has inspired me. The dedication and the motivation they had was incredible. They played session to session and I decided to do that and give my 100%.”
Biggest wins for India by runs in Test cricket:

434 vs England in Rajkot, 2024
372 vs New Zealand in Mumbai, 2021
337 vs South Africa in Delhi, 2015
321 vs New Zealand in Indore, 2016