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India Vs England 3rd Test Live Score: Day 1 in Mohali

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: November 26, 2016, 5:11 PM IST

India vs England Live Cricket Score, England in India, 5 Test Series, 2016 3rd Test, Punjab Cricket Association Stadium, Mohali 26 - 30 November, 2018

Toss won by England (decided to bat)

India beat England by 8 wickets

Man of the Match: Ravindra Jadeja


That's it from us today, we will be back again tomorrow with the live updates of the second day of the Mohali Test.


Stumps: India will be pleased with their bowling effort on Day-1

England: 268/8 

J Bairstow: 89 , J Buttler: 43

J Yadav: 2/49 , R Jadeja: 2/56 , U Yadav: 2/58


Out: Umesh Yadav's half pitched ball doesn't rise much and crashed into the off stump of Chris Woakes. Second wicket of the innings for Yadav as Woakes goes back for 25. England 8 down now.


Four: Umesh Yadav bowls a full delivery outside the off stump, searching for swing but Chris Woakes hits a brilliant cover drive for a boundary. The new ball flies through the covers.


Dropped! Parthiv Patel drops an easy catch off Jayant Yadav. OUT!  Jonny Bairstow's brilliant knock comes to an end. He made 89. Yadav gets his second wicket. Another solid stand comes to an end. England 258/7 in 83.4 overs.


Huge appeal for LBW by Ravindra Jadeja and team India against Jonny Bairstow. The umpire has given him not out but Virat Kohli goes for review. The ball pitched in the line but it was clearly missing the leg stump. Not Out! England 232/6 in 77 overs.


The new ball will be available after five overs. Jonny Bairstow is batting on 72 and England would want him to stay unbeaten today. England 230/6 in 75.4 overs.


OUT! Big Wicket for India. Jos Buttler falls to Ravindra Jadeja for 43. Virat Kohli takes an easy catch. The 69-run stand for the sixth wicket comes to an end. Ravindra Jadeja gets his second wicket. England 213/6 in 68.1 overs.


The final session of day one starts after the tea break. Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler are back out in the middle for England. Ravindra Jadeja comes in to bowl. Just two runs came from the over. England 207/5 in 63 overs.


England 205/5 in 62 overs at tea on Day 1. Jonny Bairstow 66*. Ben Stokes 38*. The partnership for the sixth wicket is now 61 runs. Good comeback from England after losing four wickets in the opening session. Bairstow has given them a platform where the visitors can fight back and take control again.


Four runs. Jos Buttler hits another boundary to bring 200 for England. It was a wide delivery from Jadeja and Buttler made no mistake. England 202/5 in 61 overs. The partnership is now 58 runs.


Four runs. Jos Buttler plays Mohammed Shami to sweeper cover boundary. The shot also brings up the fifty run stand for the sixth wicket. England 196/5 in 59.2 overs.


Four runs. Jos Buttler hits Umesh Yadav to sweeper cover boundary. The partnership between him and Jonny Bairstow is now 44 runs. England 188/5 in 58 overs.


A peach of a delivery from Umesh Yadav goes for four byes. Unlucky for him. It missed everything - the bat, the wickets and the wicketkeeper. Yadav is getting some reverse swing from this wicket. England 179/5 in 56 overs.


Jonny Bairstow brings up his fifty with a boundary to third man off Ravindra Jadeja. 13th Test fifty for him in Tests. England reach 150/5 in 45.3 overs.


OUT! Ben Stokes falls to Parthiv Patel for 29. The 57-run stand for the fifth wicket comes to an end. England lose a wicket at the very crucial moment and India are now in control. ENG 145/5 in 44 overs.


Maiden over from Ravindra Jadeja. Bairstow and Stokes have batted cautiously so far in the post-lunch session. India bowlers have looked less impressive in this session and this partnership, which is now of 51 runs, has recovered the England innings to an extent. England 138/4 in 41 overs.


Four runs. Brilliant shot from Ben Stokes. Hits Mohammed Shami straight down the ground to the long on boundary. Perfect timing. 


The partnership between Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes is now 29 runs. England need both of them to stay for a long to recover them from the early blows. England 116/4 in 33 overs.


Play resumes after the lunch break. Jonny Bairstow and Ben Stokes are back in the middle for England. Ravindra Jadeja comes in to bowl. 5 runs due to an overthrow. Poor fielding from India. England 98/4 in 30 overs.


England 92/4 in 29 overs at lunch on Day 1. Jonny Bairstow 20*, Ben Stokes (5*). The session belonged completely to India. After making a steady start, England lost the plot as India dismissed four wickets in quick succession to put the visitors on the back foot in Mohali. England need to big stand in the second session to make a comeback here.


OUT! Moeen Ali falls to Mohammed Shami for 16. England 87/4 in 26.3 overs vs India. Shami finally gets a wicket after two dropped chances on his bowling. Shot ball against doing the trick for India. England in deep trouble now.


Moeen Ali and Jonny Bairstow are trying to rebuild the England innings after the visitors lost three wickets in quick succession. Moeen Ali hits a four and six off Jayant Yadav by using his feet. England 78/3 in 23 overs.


OUT! R Ashwin strikes on his first delivery. Alastair Cook gone for 27. England 51/3 in 15.1 overs. What a comeback this has been from India. England losing three wickets in quick succession.



OUT! Jayant Yadav dismisses Joe Root for 15. England 51/2 in 14.1 overs. Big wicket for India. The bowling change from Virat Kohli works. England in trouble now and need someone to play a big innings here.



Jayant Yadav comes in as the first bowling change for India and bowls a maiden over to Alastair Cook. England 44/1 in 13 overs. 


India Vs England 3rd Test Live Score: Day 1 in Mohali

Home captain Virat Kohli introduced spin in the 13th over and Jayant Yadav responded by dismissing Joe Root for 15 in his second over. (AP Photo)


Preview: After their 246-run win in the second Test, India will be high on confidence while England will look to fight back when they take on the hosts in the third Test of the five-match series at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali on Saturday.

Wriddhiman Saha is out with a thigh strain and it will ensure that Parthiv Patel gets to play a Test match after eight years.

Stuart Broad is out with a foot injury and will make way for Chris Woakes while Jos Buttler is expected to be included in the XI in place of Ben Duckett.

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