In the Ranchi Test, India is trailing England by 134 runs. In reply to England's 353 runs, Team India managed to score 219/7 by stumps on the second day.

In the Ranchi Test, India is trailing England by 134 runs. In reply to England's 353 runs, Team India managed to score 219/7 by stumps on the second day. Dhruv Jurel remained unbeaten on 30, while Kuldeep Yadav was not out on 17 runs by the end of the day's play.

 

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Yashasvi Jaiswal scored a half-century with 73 runs. England's spinner, Shoaib Bashir, took the most wickets with four scalps. Earlier, the English team was all out for 353 runs in the first inning.

 

From the English side, Joe Root remained unbeaten for a century (122 Ravindra Jadeja took the most wickets for India, with four dismissals. Currently, Team India leads the five-match series 2-1.

 

In the third session, India lost three wickets. Yashasvi Jaiswal got out after an inning of 73 runs. Following him, Sarfaraz Khan (14 runs) and Ravichandran Ashwin (1 run) also departed. India scored 88 runs in this session, batting for 35 overs.

 

Team India reached 200 runs in the 62nd over, with Dhruv Jurel remaining not out after scoring two runs against Tom Hartley. During this period, he was accompanied by Dhruv Jurel at the crease.

 

India lost their seventh wicket in the 56th over, with Ravichandran Ashwin getting out after scoring just one run. Tom Hartley claimed his second wicket of the innings. So far, Shoaib Bashir has taken four wickets for England, while James Anderson got one.

 

English spinner Tom Hartley dismissed Sarfaraz Khan in the 52nd over of the Indian innings. Sarfaraz was caught by Joe Root. This was Hartley's first wicket. Sarfaraz scored 14 runs on 53 deliveries.

 

Yashasvi Jaiswal was cleanly bowled by Shoaib Bashir in the 47th over of the Indian innings. With this dismissal, Bashir claimed his fourth wicket. Jaiswal scored 73 runs off 117 balls, including 8 fours and 1 six.

 

Celebrating Yashasvi's wicket, Bashir led the way. Sarfaraz managed to survive being run out, with Gavaskar commenting that he was lucky to escape. Gavaskar termed Sarfaraz's method of dragging the bat incorrectly and stated that in Mumbai cricket, batsmen are trained to place the bat on the crease from the front side during running. Whereas Sarfaraz had placed the bat on the crease from the reverse side. He was fortunate to survive.

 

Yashasvi Jaiswal has completed 600 runs in this series for Team India. He achieved this milestone by taking a single against Shoaib Bashir in the fourth match.

 

Yashasvi scored a half-century in the fourth test. This is his third half-century in Test cricket. Meanwhile, it is his second half-century against England. He faced 89 balls during his innings, hitting five fours and one six.

 

Team India reached 100 runs in the 30th over. Rajat Patidar hit a boundary against James Anderson to bring the team's score to 100 runs. Yashasvi Jaiswal was also at the crease during this period.

 

There was an 82-run partnership between Gill and Yashasvi. After Rohit Sharma's dismissal, Shubman Gill partnered with Yashasvi Jaiswal to stabilize India's innings. They shared an 82-run partnership for the second wicket. This partnership was broken with Gill's dismissal. Gill was lbw to English spinner Shoaib Bashir. He scored 38 runs.

 

India's second wicket fell in the 25th over. Shubman Gill was out after scoring 38 runs. He was sent back to the pavilion by Shoaib Bashir. Gill played 65 balls, hitting six fours.

 

There has been a fifty-year partnership between Yashasvi and Gill. Shubman Gill and Yashasvi Jaiswal have completed a fifty-year partnership. Gill completed the half-century partnership with a boundary against James Anderson.

 

India reached 50 runs in the 18th over. Shubman Gill hit a boundary against James Anderson to bring up the team's score to 50 runs. Yashasvi Jaiswal was also at the crease during this period.

 

In the first session, India lost one wicket. In reply to England's first innings total of 353 runs, India lost their first wicket at 34 runs by lunch. Rohit Sharma made two runs before being caught by Ben Foakes off James Anderson's bowling.

 

Yashasvi hit back-to-back boundaries in Robinson's over. Just before the lunch break, in the 10th over, Yashasvi hit back-to-back boundaries off Robinson's bowling. He drove the ball on the second ball of the over to the midfield for a boundary. Then, on the third ball, he used his wrists well and flicked the ball to mid-wicket for another boundary.

 

Rohit Sharma made two runs and got out. Rohit Sharma returned to the pavilion after scoring two runs. He faced 9 deliveries. James Anderson caught him off Ben Foakes' bowling.

 

England was all out for 353 runs in the first inning in Ranchi. In reply, India lost one wicket and scored 34 runs by lunch on the second day of the fourth test match.

 


Jadeja dismissed James Anderson, LBW, who also failed to open his account. With this, England's first inning concluded at 353/10. Jadeja claimed his third wicket of the second day, with Bashir unable to open his account, marking England's ninth wicket.

Robinson Out, Partnership of 102 Runs with Root Broken From India's side, Jadeja claimed the second wicket of the second day by dismissing Robinson. This was England's eighth wicket. Robinson scored 58 runs before returning to the pavilion after facing 96 deliveries, hitting nine fours and a six. He shared a partnership of 102 runs with Root.

Root-Robinson Century Partnership Completed The century-long partnership between Joe Root and Ollie Robinson has been completed. Root hit a boundary off Mohammad Siraj, taking the team's score to 345. With this, the partnership between the two was completed.

Robinson Scores Maiden Test Half-Century Ollie Robinson completed his half-century on 81 balls. He hit a boundary off Ravindra Jadeja, marking his maiden half-century in Test cricket.

Ollie Robinson Hits Three Boundaries in Aakash Deep's Over On the second day, in the 94th over from India's side, fast bowler Aakash Deep delivered. Ollie Robinson hit three boundaries in this over.

Start of the Second Day's Play England extended their first inning to 302/7 on the second day. Mohammad Siraj bowled the first over of the day. Joe Root reached 106, and Ollie Robinson reached 31 runs in their innings.

Root is unbeaten on 106 runs. Joe Root scored a century for England on the first day. He remained out on 106 runs off 226 balls, hitting nine fours. Root shared partnerships of 52 runs with Jonny Bairstow, 113 runs with Ben Foakes, and finally 52 runs with Ollie Robinson.

Aakash Deep Dismisses Crawley Twice The fourth match of the five-match Test series between India and England is being played in Ranchi. Fast bowler Aakash Deep made his debut on the first day and has already taken three wickets. Aakash dismissed Crawley in the fourth over, but it was declared a no-ball.

Playing Elevens for Both Teams India: Rohit Sharma (Captain), Yashasvi Jaiswal, Shubman Gill, Rajat Patidar, Sarfaraz Khan, Ravindra Jadeja, Dhruv Jurel (Wicketkeeper), Ravichandran Ashwin, Kuldeep Yadav, Mohammad Siraj, and Aakash Deep. England: Ben Stokes (captain), Jack Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Jonny Bairstow, Ben Foakes (winger), Tom Hartley, Ollie Robinson, James Anderson, and Shoaib Bashir.

 

 

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