India vs England 3rd Test Day 2 live updates

The Indian batsman have struggled to make an impact apart from Kohli

The Indian batsman have struggled to make an impact apart from Kohli

Chris Woakes denied he felt added pressure to perform heroics to safeguard his England place after upstaging Ben Stokes on the opening day of the third Test. DROPPED! Pujara drops an absolute sitter at first slip.

With England on 56, Alastair Cook was first to depart for 29, caught behind off a probing delivery from Ishant Sharma, with his partner Keaton Jennings following next ball when Jasprit Bumrah squared him up horribly.

India resumed on 307 for six after Hardik Pandya had been dismissed by Anderson off the last ball of Saturday´s play as England´s all-time leading Test wicket-taker became just the second bowler, following Sri Lanka´s Muttiah Muralitharan, to take 100 Test wickets against India.

Earlier, India lost their final four wickets for 22 runs in 40 minutes as Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad bowled superbly to lay down the template for an astonishing afternoon. Pant secured 24 runs off 51 balls.

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Two houses were destroyed in the bushfire that swept through the Bega Valley on the New South Wales south coast yesterday. Any easing of conditions is likely to be short-lived, with temperatures and wind whipping up again on Saturday.

Ravichandran Ashwin fell for 14 when Broad, on his Nottinghamshire home ground, uprooted the middle stump as the batsman aimed legside. Once again it is the duo of Broad and Anderson who have made use of the bowling-friendly conditions and bundled out the remaining wickets in no time.

That left Anderson on a hat-trick when he next bowls in this match. Stronger yet also more vulnerable.

Bob explains why India enjoyed the better of the day - especially after being skittled at Lord's and Edgbaston - after being put in to bat.

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