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    England 124-4 even by their standards this is some collapse

    They outdid themselves. The Indians will murder them.


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    It certainly doesnae look too promising!

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    311-4 @ close of play on day 1 of the first test in India, Root leads the way once again!

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    537 all out. Didn't see that coming after Bangladesh.

    India deep in the doo-doo now.


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    Unless the pitch deteriorates very quickly we might as well just move on to the 2nd test now.

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    I think it will deteriorate, may start doing a bit tomorrow but I reckon it will by day 4 and 5. Could be interesting this one.

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    This is the dullest test match I've watched for years. The chances of there being a result either way are practically zero.

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    Irony is even with a first innings lead looking likely it's probably only India can win as Cook will play very safe and bat well into day 5. Only chance of a result is an English collapse today

    How bad is Australian cricket right now. Another terrible score.

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    England took a 49 run lead into the 2nd innings then moved on to 114 for 0 with Hameed batting extremely well.

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    1st Test ends in a draw, decent effort from England in light of their Bangladeshi exploits.

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    Tea taken early due to a dog on the pitch.

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    Looks like normal service is resumed - England 91-5 trailing by 364 runs.

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