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Lunch report: Ballance falls to umpiring howler
India's bowlers endured another difficult first session as England added 111 runs on the second morning of the third Test.|28 Jul 2014, 03:22
Indian attack needs to show more teeth on day two
If India are to get back in the game before it's too late, MS Dhoni will need to attack more and use his resources intelligently.|28 Jul 2014, 11:16
ICC warns Dhoni over Anderson-Jadeja row
The International Cricket Council on Sunday accused India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni of "undermining" its disciplinary process by condemning a fine handed against team-mate Ravindra Jadeja.
AFP|28 Jul 2014, 09:02
Stats: Back-in-form Cook overtakes Pietersen, Gower
Skipper Alastair Cook came back to form with his 36th Test fifty even as England made Indians toil hard on day one of the third Test in Southampton on Sunday. Here are the major statistical highlights from the first day's play of the Southampton Test.|28 Jul 2014, 02:05
Gritty Alastair Cook answers back
The 95-run knock was a typical Alastair Cook innings, with not much fancy shot making, gritty to describe it the best, but a job a well done.|28 Jul 2014, 12:24
Did Dhoni miss Aaron or Ashwin on Day 1 in Southampton?
In Ishant Sharma's absence with an ankle injury, Dhoni should have gone in with someone who could intimidate England and that would have been Varun Aaron.|28 Jul 2014, 12:02
Inconsistent India forced to play catch up
After dominating at Trent Bridge and Lord's, India encountered their toughest day of the summer in Southampton, where just two wickets fell and 247 runs were scored by England.|27 Jul 2014, 11:54
Ballance, Cook star for England on Day 1
Alastair Cook ended his wretched run of 10 innings without a fifty, and Gary Ballance struck his third century in six Test matches as England ended Day 1 on 247 for 2.|27 Jul 2014, 03:14
Pankaj Singh 282nd Indian to play Test cricket
The injured Ishant Sharma, whose 7 for 74 in the second innings helped India to a 95-run win at Lord's, made way for the Rajasthan player.|27 Jul 2014, 02:55
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