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Stuart Broad was pleased with the performance of England's bowlers on day three of the third Test against India.
India were reduced to 323-8 in reply to England's first-innings 569-7 declared by the close of day three of the third Test in Southampton.
England batsman Ian Bell has been cleared of serious injury after being taken to hospital for X-rays on Tuesday morning.
Ian Bell returned to form with a century as England declared on 569-7 to take control on day two of the third Test against India at the Ageas Bowl.
The International Cricket Council has banned England all-rounder Moeen Ali from wearing wristbands with political messages during the third Test against India.
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