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India vs England 3rd Test Live:
|England v India|
|England won by an innings and 8 runs|
English media celebrates England top-1 Ranking
- Pataudi Trophy
- England v India
- Test match | 2011 season
- Played at Kennington Oval, London
- Date: 18,19,20,21,22 August 2011
- Umpires SJA Taufel and RJ Tucker
TV umpire SJ Davis
Match referee RS Madugalle
Reserve umpire NJ Llong
Match Preview & Analysis:
India are Playing to salvage some Pride from this On-going miserable series while England were keen to bigger their margin between them and their current opponents when both the sides squared off against each other at Thursday at the Oval. With series already Decided in English Favor, the whole interest is firmly Shifted on whether the Newly 1 Ranked Test Team will make the Score line 4-0 white washed or If the Morally low Indian side can turn the table against rampaging host for the consolation victory from the dead rubber.
From The Indian point of view even the draw at this stage were ask for taking given their and their opponents Current form. With minimum qualification of 3 test match series for the first time India is on verge to get whitewashed since more than 11 years ago when Steve Waugh world champion Australian sides hand over new look Indian team Under Sachin Tendulkar 3-0 hammering in India disastrous 99-00 tour down under.
But the present situation will be more painful as India are world champions at the moments and were no 1 ranked sides in the world before the start of the series found their pride and ego Tattering into pieces in mere 3 test matches.
From the batting point of view barring Rahul Dravid no one in the Indian side have registered century even though other too have contributed but in Patches, hence they never crossed more than 300 run mark in either of inning, Virendra Sehwag had the forgettable comeback when he scored the king pair in third test, were as Sachin Tendulkar kept quiet to wait further for his personal milestone of Century of International century, can he Achieve in Fourth test only Time will tell. Their bowling has been pretty ordinary till now and if we remove their effort of England 1st Inning of second test at Trent Bridge their attack can be widely rated as below club level an struggled to bowled out this English side.
England on the other hand are on their dream run where their Every Top order Batsman had made the mark. The most Prominient Feature of this English batting line up is that once the Batsman got in they all went on to score big, Kevin Peterson, Ian Bells and Alistair cook inning in the respective Test match had decisively put India out of the each of the match.
From bowling analysis their every bowlers right now are wicket taking performer and unlike India whose bowling department has been solely depend on Zaheer Khan, England every bowler have been wicket takers. From the Current point of view England are the Firm favorites to add further salt on Indian wound by cleaning them up 4-0.
India vs England 4th Test Team Squads:
India squad: MS Dhoni*†, G Gambhir, WP Saha†, SK Raina, V Sehwag, I Sharma, RP Singh, R Dravid, V Kohli, P Kumar, VVS Laxman, A Mishra, A Mukund, PP Ojha, MM Patel, S Sreesanth, SR Tendulkar
England squad:: AJ Strauss*, AN Cook, JM Anderson, G Onions, KP Pietersen, MJ Prior†, IR Bell, RS Bopara, TT Bresnan, SCJ Broad, ST Finn, EJG Morgan, GP Swann
Recent Test Results:
India (Lost Lost Lost Drawn Drawn)
- June 28 vs WI – drawn
- July 6 vs WI – drawn
- July 21 vs Eng – lost by 196 runs
- Jul 29 vs Eng – lost by 319 runs
- Aug 10 vs Eng – lost by an innings and 242 runs
England (Won Won Won Drawn Drawn)
- June 3 vs SL – drawn
- June 16 vs SL – drawn
- July 21 vs Ind – won by 196 runs
- July 29 vs Ind – won by 319 runs
- Aug 10 vs Ind – won by an inng and 242 runs
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List of Countries and TV Channels broadcasting Ind vs Eng 2011 – Live:
Australia : Foxsports
Bangladesh : Star Cricket
New Zealand : Sky Sport
Pakistan : Geo Super
Singapore : StarHub
South Africa and other African territories: Supersport
UK : Sky Sports and Sky Sports HD
USA : Direct TV
Canada : ATN, CBN
Carribean : SportsMax
India : Star Cricket and Star Cricket HD
DD National will broadcast T20 and 5 ODIs
Nepal : Star Cricket
Malaysia : Astro
Middle East : Prime Sports
India vs England 4th Test Live Score Card Online Free:
Predictions: England would start as favorites to complete the 4-0 whitewash but if India’s batsmen can click as a unit, they can put England in a spot of bother on a pitch which will be hard to play on days 4 and 5.
India vs England 3rd Test Astrological Predictions:
As we previously said, Indian captain, MS Dhoni going through the toughest era of his career. India vs England 4th Test Astrology report says; England have peak of his cricket ever, After being no. 1 side of the test cricket world, They are the best at the moment.
Pitch report – The Oval, London:
- Established: 1845
- Capacity: 23,500
- Ends: Pavilion End, Vauxhall End
- Home Team: Surrey
- Floodlights: Yes
- Test History: 93 Tests; 38 home wins; 19 away wins; 36 draws
- England v India 10 Tests; 2 home wins; 1 away win; 7 drawsLast 10 Tests: 5 home wins; 2 away wins; 3 draws
- Last 10 tosses: 9 batted first (3 win, 3 draw, 3 defeats); 1 bowled first (1 defeat)
Memories at this Ground:
- Alastair Cook (468 runs from 10 knocks) and Andrew Strauss (487 runs, 37.46 average) are next in line, while Ian Bell has managed a substandard average of 32.50 here.
- James Anderson’s six Tests at The Oval have brought him 22 scalps at 34.77 apiece – considerably poorer than his career average of 30.52. Graeme Swann’s ground record makes for impressive reading, with the spinner bagging 15 victims in just two Tests here at 18.40 each.
- Kevin Pietersen is top of the pops for current England batsmen at this ground, with his 552 runs across 10 knocks affording the right-hander a healthy ground average of 55.20.
- Mahendra Dhoni and Sachin Tendulkar, meanwhile, both landed big half-centuries in India’s 2007 visit, while Shantha Sreesanth enjoyed a tidy five-wicket haul for the match.
Temperatures are likely to hang around 19 degrees Celsius, with a slight dip toward the weekend sure to have the England and Indian jerseys donned. South-westerly winds, yes, but not enough to have a definitive effect on the state of play.
A 60 percent chance of rain might mar the opening day, after which partly cloudy conditions void of much, if any, precipitation take over for the duration of the game, with Friday and Saturday likely to be the most dry.