Trott anchors England innings

2012-12-16 15:00

Cape Town - An unbeaten 67-run partnership between Jonathan Trott and Ian Bell enabled England to reach stumps on 161 for three on the fourth day of the fourth and final Test against India in Nagpur on Sunday. 

Trott will resume on 66 and Bell on 24, with their side 165 runs ahead going into the final day's play.

England made 330 in their first innings, with the home side responding with 336 for nine declared.

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England currently lead the series 2-1.


  • richard.barnes.3914 - 2012-12-17 11:45

    So, after all the confident predictions of an India whitewash, it appears the Poms aren't too shabby in subcontinent conditions after all. India, on the other hand, will now go into crisis mode. They rationalised that losing 4-0 away to both Eng and Aus was fine because, at fortress India, they'd use their knowledge and mastery of local conditions to reverse the result. Except that they haven't. This side needs some bowlers, and quickly too.

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