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England v India, 3rd Test
England moved within six wickets of levelling the Investec series against India after setting the tourists 445 to win and reducing them to 112-4 on a one-sided fourth day at the Ageas Bowl.
England bowling coach David Saker reserved special praise for his bowlers as Alastair Cook’s men closed in on their first Test victory in almost a year.
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.
The International Cricket Council has agreed to hear an appeal by India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja against a fine for breaching its code of conduct during the first Test against England earlier this month.
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