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England v India 4th Test 2021

England v India 4th Test 2021

England v India 4th Test 2021, Thursday 2nd – Monday 6th September 2021.

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England v India 4th Test, The Oval

Thursday 2nd – Monday 6th September 2021

England won the toss and elected to bowl

The Oval Scorecard

The Oval

India won by 157 runs

World Test Championship Table

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  1. KL Rahul
  2. Rohit Sharma
  3. Cheteshwar Pujara
  4. Virat Kohli (Captain)
  5. Ajinkya Rahane
  6. Rishabh Pant (Wk)
  7. Ravindra Jadeja
  8. Shardul Thakur
  9. Umesh Yadav
  10. Jasprit Bumrah
  11. Mohammed Siraj


  1. Rory Burns
  2. Haseeb Hameed
  3. Dawid Malan
  4. Joe Root (Captain)
  5. Ollie Pope
  6. Jonny Bairstow (Wk)
  7. Moeen Ali
  8. Chris Woakes
  9. Craig Overton
  10. Ollie Robinson
  11. James Anderson
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** 4th Test The Oval Reports **

India’s batting and selection in focus against upbeat England

‘Natural leader’ Ali steps up as Root’s deputy for Oval Test

Pacer Krishna added to India’s squad ahead of the Oval Test


Thursday 2nd September 2021

Bumrah and Yadav’s strikes lift India after batting folds

Woakes shows why England are lucky to have him

#LordShardul changes the mood of the day


Friday 3rd September 2021

Pope’s 81 gives England the lead but India stay in the hunt

Pope finds home comforts in tough surroundings to power England revival

Another day in a decade of Yadav


Saturday 4th September 2021

Sharma anchors India’s day with classy century

Right-arm similar offers England no X-factor on day of hard toil

Sharma finds a route through the arbitrary to secure his elusive milestone


Sunday 5th September 2021

Steady Hameed, Burns set up intriguing final day

England slog raises familiar questions about Moeen Ali holding down spinner’s role

Pant finds a new way of defying expectations


Monday 6th September 2021

Bumrah special gives relentless India 2-1 series lead

England have looked outgunned and outplayed by India

Virat Kohli: Among the top three bowling performances I’ve seen as captain