Ben Stokes was the driving force as England built up a commanding 273-run lead on day three of the first Test with Bangladesh.
Ben Stokes proved he can cut it in any conditions with a superb all-round display on day three of the first Test, in Chittagong.
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Over-by-over coverage of the first Test between Bangladesh and England in Chittagong. Watch live on Sky Sports 2.
Watch the best of the action from day three of the first Test as England stretched their lead over Bangladesh to 273 runs.
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The first Test remains in the balance as Bangladesh closed on 221-5 after bowling England out for 293 in Chittagong.
Mike Atherton hopes India's decision to trial DRS against England will lead to uniform playing conditions across international cricket.
Gareth Batty admitted to nerves on his Test-match return for England, despite taking his first Test wicket in overs 11 years.
Thirty-nine-year-old offspinner Gareth Batty took a wicket 11 years and 139 days since his last Test scalp, on day two of the first Test.
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The Board of Control for Cricket in India has approved the use of DRS for the upcoming Test series against England.
Teenage off-spinner Mehedi Hasan took 5-64 on his Test debut for Bangladesh as England ended day one on 258-7 in the first Test.
Moeen Ali described his 68 on the first day of the opening Test in Bangladesh as the toughest half-century of his career.
Michael Atherton heaped praise on 18-year-old Bangladesh offspinner, Mehedi Hasan, after he took a five-for on debut.
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Moeen Ali survived four reviews to top score with 68 for England as they closed day one of the first Test on 258-7.