Mumbai Test

Mumbai: Mohammed Shami and Wriddhiman Saha have been ruled out of the fifth and final Test scheduled to be played in Chennai from December 16 to 20 due to injuries. Shami has been in trouble due to an injury on his right leg since the first Test of the series, but the paceman somehow managed …

Mumbai: India took full control over the fourth India vs England Test after they sent six English batsmen back to pavilion till the end of Day 4 of the Mumbai Test, being played at Wankhede Stadium here on Sunday. At stumps on Day 4, England was reeling at 182/6 with Jonny Bairstow (50*) at the crease. …

Mumbai: India is in charge of the Mumbai Test after picking up three early wickets for just 49 runs till Tea on Day 4 with England still requiring 182 runs to wipe out the lead. At Tea on Day 4 of the fourth India vs England Test, England was in deep trouble at 49/3 with …

Mumbai: Yet another gem from Virat Kohli, who was ably supported by Murli Vijay, helped India eclipse England’s first inning total of 400 runs on Saturday in the Mumbai Test, which is being played at the Wankhede Stadium. At stumps on Day 3, India (451/7) has managed to take a healthy lead of 51 runs …

Mumbai: After a promising hundred by opener Murli Vijay against England, skipper Virat Kohli came to India’s rescue with an unbeaten 94-run innings that did the damage repair caused due to a middle-order collapse in Mumbai Test, being played at Wankhede Stadium here on Saturday. India started Day 3 at 146/1 with Vijay (70*) and …

Mumbai: India gave a befitting reply to England’s big total of 400 runs in the first innings of the Mumbai Test, as Murli Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara batted nicely and took India’s total to 146/1 at the end of Day 2 at the Wankhede Stadium on Friday. At stumps of Day 2, India looked in …

Mumbai: India got off to a decent start in the Mumbai Test at Wankhede Stadium on Friday after England managed to post 400 runs on the scoreboard in their first innings. Moeen Ali got the early breakthrough for England by sending Lokesh Rahul, who is returning after an injury, back to pavilion after he scored …

Mumbai: A sudden burst of R Ashwin helped India to stop march of England on Day 1 of the Mumbai Test, when the hosts were breezing towards a big total at 196/2 till Tea. India staged a fight back by plucking three wickets in the final session and leaving the visitors in trouble at 288/5 at …