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India vs England 5th Test Day 3 Live Cricket Score, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Streaming: India rely on debutant Hanuma Vihari, Ravindra Jadeja partnership

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India vs England 5th Test Live Score, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Streaming: England’s Stuart Broad and Jos Butler appeal for an LBW decision against India’s Hanuma Vihari. (Source: Reuters)

India vs England 5th Test Day 3 Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Score: England’s fast bowlers backed up on Saturday as India’s batting woes continued with the visitors slumping to 174/6 at the end of the second day of the fifth and final Test at the Oval. England capitalised on half-century by Jos Buttler which left the visitors struggling. Buttler scored 89 for the ninth wicket as England recovered from 198/7 after day one to 332 all out. Anderson and Stokes took two quick wickets each including the crucial one of India’s captain Virat Kohli for 49.  India still trail England by 158 runs with four wickets in hand and three full day’s play remaining in the match.

England batsman Jos Buttler said that the hosts are in the driver’s seat in the fifth and final Test after reducing India to 174-6 at stumps on day two at the Oval in London. Read his entire interview.

James Anderson was a thorn in the flesh of the Indian batsmen on Day 2 for India. Read full report here.

Hello and welcome to our live coverage of the third day of the fifth and final Test between India and England, taking place at the Oval, London. Debutant Hanuma Vihari and Ravindra Jadeja will have to forge a big partnership on Day 3 to keep India in the game. India trail England by 158 runs with four wickets in hand.

India vs England 5th Test Live Score, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Streaming: England’s Jos Buttler scored 89. (Source: Reuters)

India vs England 5th Test Live Cricket Score Streaming, Ind vs Eng Live Cricket Score: India’s susceptibility to quality swing bowling once again came to the fore as they struggled to reach 174 for six after England’s tail wagged considerably to give the hosts an upperhand on the second day of the fifth and final cricket Test here on Saturday. India still trail England by another 158 runs with four wickets in hand and three full day’s play remaining in the match. Courtesy birthday boy Jos Buttler’s 89 and his 98-run ninth-wicket stand with Stuart Broad (38), England managed a decent first innings score of 332 after they were struggling at 198 for seven at the end of first day’s play.

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