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Jonny Bairstow will get gloves and bat at number five when England face India in the fifth and final Test at The Oval. Moeen Ali will move up to number three and skipper Joe Root

Hardik Pandya was the unlikely hero as his maiden five-for ensured India took complete control of the Trent Bridge Test after bowling England out for 161.

India captain Virat Kohli has hot out at critics of his chop and change policy saying that the hypothesis is quite bizarre and that it does not affect his players.

England pacer James Anderson was extremely pleased with the manner in which he bowled to claim another five-wicket haul at the hallowed Lord’s as India

Virat Kohli has earned praise from none other than former Aussie skipper Steve Waugh after his brilliant knock of 149 at Edgbaston.

Australian former pacer Glenn McGrath praised Ishant Sharma but feels he needs to have his role in the team defined. Ishant had a good first Test

The India England Test at Edgbaston is on a knife edge with India needing 84 runs and England five wickets. Meanwhile, England spearhead James Anderson has admitted that England will go to bed dreaming

Virat Kohli played a sensational knock to keep India in the hunt at Edgbaston on Thursday. However, he still rates the hundred in lost run-chase at Adelaide in 2014 as his best.

England pace bowler Stuart Broad has said there is no one-on-one battle between James Anderson and Virat Kohli as is being widely promoted