Jasprit Bumrah and Umesh Yadav’s strike lifted India after batting

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Chris Woakes takes charge of England with ball, India under-par despite Shardul Thakur’s quick half-century

England 53 for 3 (Malan 26*, Bumrah 2-15) Trail India 191 (Thakur 57, Kohli 50, Woakes 4-55, Robinson 3-38) by 138 runs

India were dismissed cheaply on the first day for the second Test in a row, but managed to gain a foothold after England took three wickets in the late afternoon sun at The Oval.

Chris Woakes – Played first-class game since August 2020 after missing 11 Tests due to isolation, rotation and injury – took four wickets and Ollie Robinson The England pacers continued their good heat with three, relentless efforts to bundle out India for 127 for 7.
Most of India’s batsmen started before getting out Virat Kohli Played fluently for 50 before falling to Robinson for the third consecutive Test – but Shardul Thakur57 runs in 36 balls changed the color of his innings. After being called back in the team, he started at No. 8, and his half-century – The fastest recorded In a Test in England – Gave India something to bowl to.

England had won the toss and elected to bowl in stormy conditions, but were playing in the foggy sun by the time their openers came out in the middle of the final session. But three late wickets – both dropped by Umesh Yadav to openers Jasprit Bumrah and Joe Root – closed them down for 53 for 3.

Most of England’s early success came from dry bowling. They initially struggled to find swing on the new ball with Lahae still on – James Anderson conceded 20 runs in his first four overs and was penalized for overpitching – but Robinson and Woakes rarely hit good lengths. She made a mistake and hit seven girls in a row with the score. on 28

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Those maidens also included the dismissal of both the openers. Woakes, sliding down a flight of stairs back to fitness after an awkward heel injury, quickly swing the ball and propelled an outside edge; Rohit Sharma was dropping fuller deliveries but Woakes pulled his length back and got him caught by Jonny Bairstow, who was absent on paternity leave with Jos Buttler.

And after an immaculate new ball, Robinson trapped KL Rahul lbw with a nip-backer. The decision was upheld via DRS but thanks to the first on-field call from Richard Illingworth; Rahul was almost out of line as he was hit on the back pad, but ball-tracking called for the umpire’s call.

Anderson’s second spell was a significant improvement, and he took Cheteshwar Pujara past Bairstow. Kohli looked fine at first, but the main thing at the lunch interval was to get Ravindra Jadeja to No. 5 – it seems the right-handed batsman’s run in India’s middle order has broken down.

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