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India vs England Highlights, 2nd Test: Woakes, Bairstow Star As England Dominate India On Day 3

Updated: 11 August 2018 23:57 IST

Highlights India vs England, Lord's Test: Chris Woakes remained unbeaten on 120 as England stretched their lead to 250 runs at stumps on day three.

India vs England Highlights, 2nd Test: Woakes, Bairstow Star As England Dominate India On Day 3
India vs England Highlights: Chris Woakes slammed his maiden century at the Lord's © Twitter

Riding on the maiden century from all-rounder Chris Woakes, England stretched their lead to 250 runs in their first innings on Day 3 of the Lord's Test against India as bad light stopped play 30 minutes before the scheduled time. Chris Woakes was unbeaten on 120 at stumps and was batting alongside Sam Curran (22) as the hosts piled up 357 runs for the loss of 6 wickets. The 189-run crucial partnership for the sixth wicket between Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes took England out of trouble after the hosts found themselves reeling on 131 for 5 just after tea. Both the England middle-order batsmen showed brilliant temperament and application when Indian pacers were bowling terrific spells. The duo negotiated the swinging deliveries and played the Indian spinners with patience. While Chris Woakes slammed his maiden ton, his team-mate Jonny Bairstow missed out on a hundred getting dismissed on 93 runs. For India, an eventful opening session ended on a dismal note as the team managed to pick only two wickets in the last two sessions of the day. (SCORECARD)

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Highlights of India vs England, 2nd Test, Day 3, straight from Lord's

23:00 IST: Thank you for joining us on our live coverage of the third day of the second Test between England and India. Do join us tomorrow for the exciting fourth day of the Test.

England end Day 3 with 357 runs on the board for the loss of 6 wickets. Lead India by 250 runs. (Chris Woakes 120*, Mohammed Shami 3-74)

22:58 IST: Bad light has forced early stumps on Day 3.

22:37 IST: Bad light stops play for the moment.

22:34 IST: FOUR! And the runs continue to flow for England. Wide from Ishant Sharma and Woakes cuts it through back-foot point for four. England have now stretched their lead to 250 runs. ENG 362/6 in 80.5 overs

22:29 IST: Skipper Virat Kohli has taken the new ball. Ishant Sharma will bowl the first over from it.

22:26 IST: New ball will be due after one over. Will India take it straightaway? 

22:20 IST: FOUR! Another full toss Kuldeep Yadav and Sam Curran hits it over mid-wicket region for a four. England 339/6, lead India by 232 runs

22:19 IST: Kuldeep Yadav returns into action for India.

22:12 IST: FOUR! Sam Curran collects his first boundary. Full-toss from Kuldeep and that was too easy for in-form Curran. ENG 325/6 in 75.2 overs

22:06 IST: OUT! Jonny Bairstow departs on 93 as he edges Hardik Pandya's ball straight to wicket-keeper. Dinesh Karthik takes a terrific diving catch. India finally get the much-needed breakthrough. ENG 320/6 in 74.4 overs

22:01 IST: LBW appeal from Kuldeep and India have gone in for the review. Original decision is not out. And the on-field decision stays. The impact was outside the off-stump. Bairstow survives. India now have no reviews left. ENG 309/5 in 73.4 overs

21:54 IST: England extend their lead to 200. Single down the ground and the hosts are now in commanding position on day 3 of the Lord's Test.

21:50 IST: Maiden ODI hundred for Chris Woakes. What an incredible knock from the 29-year-old. ENG 304/5 in 71 overs

21:48 IST: 300 up for England. England were 131 for 5 at one stage and since then these two have played superbly. ENG 300/5 in 70.3 overs

21:36 IST: Four and 150-run partnership comes up between Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes. They are taking the game away from India at the moment now. England lead has now stretched to 177 runs. ENG 284/5 in 67.4 overs

21:28 IST: FOUR! Boundaries leaking for India at the moment. Wide from 1st slip, ball races to the third man boundary. Ashwin is speechless. ENG 276/5 in 65.5 overs

21:25 IST: Two boundaries with a total of 11 runs from Ishant Sharma over. Woakes, in particular is playing brilliantly at the moment. Without any fear. He has now moved on to 80. ENG 272/5 in 65 overs

21:19 IST: A couple of runs down the ground and that's career best for Chris Woakes (68). His previous best was 66 vs Sri Lanka at the same venue. What a great knock from the all-rounder. England 260/5 in 63.4 overs

21:14 IST: FOUR and that stretches England's lead to 151 runs in the first innings. Wide from Ishant and Bairstow hits it through point boundary for four runs. England 258/5 in 62.2 overs

20:59 IST: FOUR! Gorgeous drive from Jonny Bairstow. The ball was wide from Mohammed Shami and Bairstow timed it to perfection. THe lead for England is getting bigger and bigger. England 236/5 in 58.3 overs

20:55 IST: Change of ends is somewhat working for Ashwin. Twice in two deliveries he has beaten Jonny Bairstow. England 231/5 in 57.2 overs

20:50 IST: 100-run partnership off 149 balls between Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes is up. A brilliant innings for these two after an initial tumble by the hosts. England 231/5 after 56 overs

20:48 IST: Jonny Bairstow (62*) and Chris Woakes (55*) are out in the middle for England as Ravichandran Ashwin begins the proceedings with the ball for India. England 230/5 in 55 overs

20:46 IST: 43 overs left for the day.

20:45 IST: The third and final session of the third day resumes. 2nd Test, Day 3, Session 3 gets under way

Tea Break - England 230 for 5, lead India by 123 runs in the first innings. (Jonny Bairstow 62, Chris Woakes 55, Mohammed Shami 3-67)

20:26 IST: It's tea time on Day 3 of the Lord's Test. 

20:20 IST: FOUR and fifty for Chris Woakes! Inside edge and the ball races to the fine-leg boundary for a four. Fifth Test fifty for Chris Woakes. Brilliant knock under pressure.  ENG 224-5 after 53.4 overs.

20:16 IST: FOUR! Beautiful cover drive from Jonny Bairstow. Wide from Mohammed Shami and that was easy for Bairstow. ENG 218-5 after 52.5 overs.

20:05 IST: FOUR and England have stretched their lead to 102 runs. Scoop from Chris Woakes off Ashwin and he collects a boundary.  ENG 209-5 after 50.2 overs.

19:58 IST: 200 up for England! Single on the last ball of R Ashwin's over and England now have 200 runs on the board for the loss of 5 wickets after 46 overs. England lead India by 93 runs.

19:46 IST: FOUR and it's fifty for Jonny Bairstow. First half-century of the match and 19th for Bairstow in his Test career. ENG 187-5 after 46 overs. England lead India by 80 runs.

19:45 IST: FOUR and it's the first 50-run partnership of the match. Tossed up from Kuldeep and Bairstow times it brilliantly through extra cover boundary. Both Bairstow and Woakes have played superbly in the second session.

19:37 IST: Bowling change! Kuldeep Yadav comes back to replace Hardik. The partnership between Chris Woakes (20) and Jonny Bairstow (41) is of 43 runs at the moment. Both are taking the game away from India.

19:31 IST: FOUR! Width on offer from Hardik and driven nicely square of the wicket by Jonny Baristow. He moves into the 40's. England have now stretched their lead to 66 runs. ENG 173-5 after 41.5 overs. 

19:27 IST: SIX! First of the match. Comes from the bat of Jonny Bairstow as he slogs Ashwin down the ground over long-on boundary. ENG 167-5 after 40.2 overs. 

19:25 IST: After a 2-run first over from Ashwin, Hardik Pandya too bowls a tight over. Both Chris Woakes and Jonny Bairstow are playing very cautiously at the moment. Leaving every thing outside the off stump. ENG 161-5 after 40 overs. 

19:19 IST: Bowling change from India. Ravichandran Ashwin finally introduced for the first time to the attack. ENG 157-5 after 38 overs.

19:12 IST: England collecting some crucial runs here as they take their lead to 50 runs in the first innings with a couple of runs. Both Bairstow and Woakes are battling it out at the centre for England.  ENG 154-5 after 37.3 overs.

19:06 IST: FOUR and 150 comes up for England. On to the pads from Mohammed Shami and Chris Woakes nudges it straight of midwicket for a boundary to take England past 150-run mark. ENG 151-5 after 36 overs.

18:58 IST: Review from India. Original decision is not out. And the decision from on-field umpire stays. India was hoping for a caught and bowled but the ball is too far from the bat. It only struck the pad of Jonny Bairstow. ENG 141-5 after 34.3 overs.

18:50 IST: Skipper Virat Kohli sticking to Shami-Ishant combination at the moment. Both are bowling superbly at the moment. Last over from Ishant was brilliant. Teasing the new batsmen with his accuracy. ENG 137-5 after 33 overs.

18:41 IST: OUT! Trapped in front. Mohammed Shami strikes again. This time it's Jos Buttler who departs on the score of 24 runs. Shami is on fire at the moment. England are in trouble with 5 wickets down now. ENG 131-5 after 31.1 overs. 

18:32 IST: FOUR! FOUR! Consecutive boundaries for Jonny Bairstow. England looking to counter-attack here at the moment. Mohammed Shami is deviating from his line. ENG 124-4 after 29.3 overs. 

18:29 IST: Another excellent over from Ishant Sharma comes to an end. Twice in the over, Ishant found the inside edge but the batsmen were lucky enough as the ball did not drag back on to the stumps. ENG 116-4 after 29 overs. 

18:22 IST: England go past India's first innings total with a boundary. Both England batsmen Jos Buttler and Jonny Bairstow looking to rebuild England. ENG 108-4 after 27.3 overs. 

18:19 IST: FOUR! Clipped away for a boundary. Ishant strays down the leg side and it was too easy for Jos Buttler. ENG 104-4 after 26.5 overs. 

18:16 IST: 100 up for England! Tap for a single from Jonny Bairstow and England have 100 runs on the board for the loss of four wickets after 26.1 overs.

18:10 IST: The match has resumed after lunch and after 25 overs, it is 92/4 for England who still trail India by 15 runs.

18:08 IST: Mohammed Shami resumes proceedings for India with the ball as Bairstow, Jos Buttler look to rebuild again for the hosts.

Play resumes after Lunch

Lunch Day 3: England score 89 runs for the loss of 4 wickets. Trail India by 18 runs.

17:28 IST: OUT! Shami strike just before lunch as Joe Root is caught in front of the stumps. Big wicket for India. Virat Kohli's run of joy is exceptional.

17:20 IST: 10 minutes to go for lunch. Can India strike again before the break? ENG 82-3 after 23 overs. 

17:10 IST: OUT! Review from Ollie Pope! Original decision is out. on field decision from Aleem Dar stays. Pope is trapped in front of the wickets. Hardik Pandya strikes. Pope walks back after scoring 28 runs. ENG 77-3 after 21.2 overs. 

17:04 IST: FOUR! Mohammed Shami brought back on to the attack and Ollie Pope welcomes him with a beautiful boundary. That was short and wide and Pope cuts it to perfection. ENG 74-2 after 21 overs. 

17:00 IST: 30 minutes to go for lunch and the menu for Day 3 is here.

16:52 IST: Maiden! Another Kuldeep Yadav over comes to an end. Both Joe Root (7) and Ollie Pope (14) have been really watchful so far. Not taking any chances against the chinaman. ENG 59-2 after 17 overs. 

16:44 IST: FOUR! That was short and wide from Kuldeep and Ollie Pope rocked on to the back-foot and punched it through the cover region for a boundary. Excellent timing from the youngster. ENG 56-2 after 14.4 overs. 

16:40 IST: 50 up for England! Single from Ollie Pope off Hardik Pandya and there is a huge applause from the crowd. ENG 50-2 after 13.3 overs. 

16:36 IST: FOUR! Beautiful drive through extra-cover region from Joe Root. That was wide from Kuldeep and Root pounced onto it. Timed it to perfection. ENG 45-2 after 12.4 overs. 

16:35 IST: Bowling change for India. Spin introduced for the first time. After 12 overs form Ishant and Shami combined, chinaman Kuldeep Yadav replaces Ishant. ENG 38-2 after 12 overs. 

16:21 IST: Maiden over from Mohammed Shami. Both Indian seamers are looking in good rhythm now. Bowling in good areas, troubling the new batsmen. Both Joe Root and Ollie Pope are looking nervous at the moment. ENG 36-2 after 10 overs. 

16:11 IST: OUT! England are two down now. India are back in the game. This time, Ishant Sharma strikes. The ball angles in and moves across after pitching taking Cook's (21) outside edge. Dinesh Karthik does the rest. Both England openers are back. ENG 32-2 after 8.2 overs. 

16:04 IST: OUT! Review form Keaton Jennings. Original decision is out. And the review confirms it. That ball from Mohammed Shami was crashing straight on the middle stump. India draw first blood. Jennings departs after scoring 11 runs. ENG 28-1 after 7.3 overs. 

15:58 IST: FOUR! Driven beautifully down the ground. Full length delivery from Ishant and Cook pounces on it. Collects his third boundary of the day. The best shot of the day so far. ENG 26-0 after 6.2 overs. 

15:56 IST: Both England openers have started strongly. With bright sunshine at the start of Day 3, there has not been much of a movement for the bowlers. Both Shami and Ishant have also not looked disciplined at the start. ENG 21-0 after 6 overs. 

15:44 IST: FOUR! On the pads from Ishant Sharma and Cook does the rest. Collects another boundary through deep square-leg. Boundary to end the third over. ENG 15-0 after 3 overs.

15:41 IST: Skipper Virat operating with three slips and a gully at the moment but both the seamers are bowling too wide at the moment. ENG 9-0 after 2.4 overs.

15:39 IST: Change of angle from Mohammed Shami after just four balls. Does not work, as Cook flicks the last ball of the over comfortably for the first boundary of the day. ENG 9-0 after 2 overs. 

15:35 IST: First over from Ishant Sharma produces four runs. Keaton Jennings on the last ball of the over flicks and collect three runs. Mohammed Shami will share the new ball with Ishant. ENG 4-0 after 1 over. 

15:30 IST: England and Alastair Cook open their account with a single on the first ball of the day. On to the pads from Ishant Sharma, flick from Cook and jogs to the other end. ENG 1-0 after 0.1 overs.

15:29 IST: Beautiful conditions at the home of cricket on Day 3. Openers Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings are at the centre for England. Ishant Sharma will start the proceedings for India.

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14:45 IST: After heavy showers in the past two days, we are expecting a dry and warm day at the home of cricket today.  

14:40 IST: Finally some clear skies at the start of the day!

14:30 IST: Hello and welcome to the Live coverage from Day 3 of the second Test at Lord's.

A crucial sixth-wicket partnership between Chris Woakes and wicket-keeper Jonny Bairstow took England out of trouble and put them in a dominant position as the hosts stretched their lead to 123 runs at tea on Day 3 of the Lord's Test against India. Resuming the post-lunch session at 89 for four, England lost Jos Buttler (24) early in the second session of the day as Mohammed Shami trapped him in front of the stumps. But post the Buttler dismissal, all-rounder Chris Woakes and Jonny Bairstow played with patience and caution against the Indian pacers. Bairstow during his impressive knock brought up his 19th Test half-century. Chris Woakes following his senior partner notched up his fifth fifty in Test cricket. For India, apart from Mohammed Shami there was no joy for any other Indian bowler in the second session. Spin bowling did not look threatening as both England batsmen played Ravichandran Ashwin and Kuldeep Yadav with ease. At tea, Jonny Bairstow was batting on 62 runs alongside Chris Woakes on 55 runs.

Pacer Mohammed Shami struck in the final over before lunch as India reduced England to 89 for four on Day 3 of the second Test at Lord's. After an average start by the bowlers on the third day, Indian pace duo of Ishant Sharma and Mohammed Shami improved their line and length as time wore on, creating a few problems for the English batsmen. Both England openers Keaton Jennings (11) and Alastair Cook (21) got out in quick succession and England at one stage were 32 for the loss of 2 wickets. But skipper Joe Root along with debutant Ollie Pope steadied England and steered the team out of trouble. But just as the 45-run partnership was looking strong, Hardik Pandya trapped Ollie Pope (28) in front of the stumps to give India a crucial breakthrough. Joe Root (19) too got out on the fourth ball of the 24th over as umpires decided to go for lunch immediately after. England still trail India by 18 runs in the first innings.

Both Kohli and Rahane survived the early jitters from the English pacers to start the rebuilding work with a 34-run fourth wicket stand before the in-form India captain fell to Chris Woakes. Kohli, who was looking all at sea against Woakes, finally fell to the right-armer in his third over, with Jos Buttler making no mistake this time at second slip. Thereafter, wickets began to fall in heaps with Hardik Pandya (10) falling to Woakes before left-armer Sam Curran took Dinesh Karthik's (1) stumps for a ride.

Ashwin then joined Rahane in the middle to add 22 runs for the seventh wicket before the old warhorse James Anderson came back to add more misery to the visitors with the dismissal of the Mumbai batsman. Rahane, who did all the hard work to survive 44 deliveries, nicked Anderson's straight delivery to first slip Alastair Cook.

Anderson immediately jolted India by trapping chinaman Kuldeep Yadav (0) plumb in front with a brilliant in-swinger, which the television replays also ruled in favour of the hosts. Anderson's new ball partner Stuart Broad then joined the party with the wicket of Ashwin, who looked good during his 38-ball stay, that also included four brave hits to the fence.

Towards the end, tailender Mohammed Shami struck a few lusty blows to guide India to the three-figure mark before fellow quick Ishant Sharma (0) was trapped by Anderson. Play fantasy league and win cash daily

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Jonny Bairstow missed out on his ton yesterday but Chris Woakes continued on, smashed his maiden century and stole the limelight. For India, Mohammed Shami was the pick of the bowlers. He bowled with intent and picked up three wickets but the rest of the bowlers largely struggled. The tourists are staring down the barrel, trailing by 289. Can they lift themselves up? Or will England affect a collapse under the dark clouds? An absorbing passage awaits, provided the rain doesn't interfere. Join us on the other side of the break.


When you are struggling, sometimes the best way to get out of it is to be positive and attack. Woakes and Bairstow did just that and came out with flying colours. From a tricky position, they managed to not only break the morale of the visitors but actually dominated them. Their 189-run stand took the game away from the tourists.


So, the declaration has come from Joe Root as England finish in pole position. A brilliant show from the duo of Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes has given them a massive lead of 289. The latter along with Curran also added 39 quick runs this morning to help their cause. Yes, England were struggling in the initial phases. They had lost 2 wickets for only 32 on the board. A brief resistance from Root and Pope was also cut short but then the star pair got into the act.


Hardik Pandya to Sam Curran

OUT! Pandya strikes and there comes the declaration from Joe Root! Good length delivery around off, Curran backs away and goes after it but gets a top edge that flies towards third man. Shami stationed there pouches it safely. ENGLAND HAVE DECLARED ON 396/7!


Hardik Pandya comes for a bowl.


Mohammed Shami to Chris Woakes

Woakes moves away to loft this one towards sweeper cover and takes a couple. 17 from this one.


Mohammed Shami to Chris Woakes

FOUR! Runs coming thick and fast for England! Fullish ball attacking the stumps, Chris throws the kitchen sink at it but gets an outside edge past the slip cordon. 15 from the over already.


Mohammed Shami to Sam Curran

Full ball, driven crisply to mid on for a run.


Mohammed Shami to Sam Curran

Sprays this one down the leg side, Curran tries to flick it away but misses.


Mohammed Shami to Sam Curran

SIX! What a shot! Seemed like he had got beaten for pace but he still connected beautifully. Well-directed short ball on middle and off, Curran makes a bit of room and pulls it hard over mid-wicket. It is going, going and sails into the stands. The signal might have been to go for the runs. Declaration seems to be around the corner.

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  • Jonny Bairstow, Chris Woakes played brilliantly for the hosts
  • England stretched their lead over India to 250 runs on day three
  • Woakes remained unbeaten on 120 while Bairstow got dimissed on 93 runs
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