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India tour England 2018 – Fixtures, Venues and Start Times -T20I July 3 - England v India, 1st T20I Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester 5:30 PM July 6 - England v India, 2nd T20I Sophia Gardens, Cardiff 5:30 PM July 8 - England v India, 3rd T20I Brightside Ground, Bristol 2:00 PM – ODI July 12 - England v India, 1st ODI Trent Bridge, Nottingham 12:30 PM July 14 - England v India, 2nd ODI Lord's, London 11:00 AM July 17 - England v India, 3rd ODI Headingley, Leeds 12:30 PM - Test Aug 1 - Aug 5 - England v India, 1st Test Edgbaston, Birmingham 11:00 AM Aug 9 - Aug 13 - England v India, 2nd Test Lord's, London 11:00 AM Aug 18 - Aug 22 - England v India, 3rd Test Trent Bridge, Nottingham 11:00 AM Aug 30 - Sept 3 - England v India, 4th Test Ageas Bowl, Southampton 11:00 AM Sept 7 - Sep 11 - England v India, 5th Test Kia Oval, London 11:00 AM
So, it is finally 4-1. India had their moments but it was England who snatched the momentum back time and again. They were truly the better side in the series and deserve to walk away as the winners with Cook and Anderson leading the way.
India's only hope to make a comeback in the match was to break the partnership between Alastair Cook (147) and Joe Root (125) early on day four. However, that did not happen as the two batsmen not only piled the runs but piled up the misery on India, both scoring centuries.
Alastair Cook (46*) who missed out on his hundred in the first innings is closing in on a half-century again. Can he do it this time around and script a dream exit?
It is not often that we pick the same player the following week, as the Cricket World Player of the Week
The two greats embraced each other tightly, knowing this moment would never ever return. As they looked around with grins spreading one ear to other, they wanted to soak up all that they could feel. There they were, not only doing their bit but shouldering the responsibility of the entire nation and reaching the pinnacle of the game.
The bottom line is that Alastair Cook gave England all he had and strived each moment to become the best version of himself. This is all that matters. Thanks a lot Chef, you will be missed!
England fast bowler James Anderson has been fined 15 per cent of his match fee for breaching Level 1 of the ICC Code of Conduct during the second day of the fifth Test against India at The Oval.
Opening batsman Murali Vijay has signed up with Essex County Cricket Club and will represent them in the remainder of the 2018 County Championship campaign.
England National Cricket Selectors have named a 13-man squad for the fifth Specsavers Test match against India at Kia Oval starting on Friday September 7.