India registered a comprehensive 157-run win over England in the fourth Test at The Oval to take an unassailable 2-1 lead in the five-Test series for the Pataudi Trophy.
6 September 2021
India set an imposing 368 run target for England to take a 2-1 lead in the five-Test series for the Pataudi Trophy.
5 September 2021
India took control of the fourth Test with an excellent display with the bat which helped them gain a 171 run lead.
4 September 2021
England once again nudged ahead of India on the second day of the fourth Test at The Oval in London in the five-Test series.
3 September 2021
On a hectic action-packed 13-wicket day, England just about nudged ahead of India on the opening day of the fourth Test at The Oval on Thursday. India were bowled out for 191 after being asked to bat. Later, towards the end of the day, England finished on 53 for three still 138 runs behind the visitors.
2 September 2021
India's batting collapsed in the face of sustained new-ball bowling by Ollie Robinson as the visitors collapsed to a massive innings defeat in the third Test. The five-Test series is now levelled at 1-1.
28 August 2021
India fought back brilliantly on the third day of the third Test of the five-Test series to set up an interesting couple of days at Headingley, Leeds. At the end of the day, India finished on 215 for two, still 139 runs behind the host, England. So the visitors are still not out of the woods.
27 August 2021
England took total control of the third Test in the five-Test series for the Pataudi Trophy at the second day's play at Headingley in Leeds. On Thursday, England now leads India by 345 runs as they finished on an impressive 423 for eight when stumps were drawn.
26 August 2021
England took a total command of the third Test on the very first day at Headingley, Leeds on a day where only a total of 198 runs were scored. England finished the day at 120 for no loss after shooting out India for a mere 78 in just 40.4 overs.
25 August 2021
Andy Hurry has praised his Somerset players for the creative way they have responded to the Covid-19 emergency.
19 May 2020
England Lions and Somerset seamer Craig Overton has returned home from the Lions tour of the UAE after scans revealed he'd sustained an injury to his lower back.
16 November 2018
England have called-up Somerset speedster Craig Overton as a replacement for injured Liam Plunkett for the upcoming One-Day International series against New Zealand.
19 February 2018
England will miss the services of fast bowler Craig Overton for the Boxing Day Test against Australia in Melbourne following a fractured rib.
24 December 2017