Welcome to the second day of our live report on the fourth India-England Test from Ahmedabad.Visit us for updates, analysis and colors Here is our traditional ball-by-ball commentary

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Just a few overs for Bess before he gets addicted Joe Root seeks more control on his SLA Jack Leach, who is immediately beaten for two fours by Patel, a decent batsman with a top hundred, Roots problem here is that while Leach has had a good run and is clearly the superior weirdo, he is on average 5472 against left batsmen in tests compared to 2435 against right Bess averaged 2925 against south paws (3633 against right) – but you can hardly be trusted to land it now

Rishab Pant beat him on the first test, but I’m still amazed at how little Jack Leach bowled the left-handed #INDvENG

Meanwhile, the pitch seems to be sticking together well decent little footprints, few obvious signs of decay and it plays well enough for Nos 8 and 9 Whether that will be the case when England comes to the bat remains to be seen

Well that was a lot of fun wasn’t it? Unless you may be an English bowler Rishabh Pant turned the game upside down on day two with an exceptional inning and put India in control of the Test It’s not over, of course, but England needs to get back on their feet, if it is not to be the deciding factor given their recent batting efforts, a 100-run deficit will be huge.But if we have learned anything from India’s pocket-rocket wicketkeeper, then there are moments that need to be seized on let’s go

Eng vs. Ind

World News – GB – Live Report – India vs. England, 4 Test, Ahmedabad, 3 Day

Source: https://www.espncricinfo.com/series/england-tour-of-india-2020-21-1243364/india-vs-england-4th-test-1243387/match-report