- On day 4, England resumed their second innings with Rory Burns and Dom Sibley
- India finished with 278, courtesy Jadeja’s 16th half-century on day 3
- Anderson became the third highest wicket-taker in the Test cricket
Sports: On Day 4, England resumed their second innings with Rory Burns and Dom Sibley at Trent Bridge, Nottingham on Saturday. A solid performance delivered by Skipper Joe Root and Dom Sibley as they take England to 119/2 at lunch on this penultimate day. England takes a 24-run lead in the second innings.
Earlier on Day 3, India bounced back from 205/7, with play being called off due to rains. While India finished with 278, courtesy Jadeja’s 16th half-century; a chiseled 56 off 87 balls.
Oliie Robinson’s 5 for 85 was the highlight of England’s bowling performance. He recently returned back from suspension due to racism charges. Anderson became the third highest wicket-taker in Test cricket by surpassing Indian legend Anil Kumble. Now, Muttiaj Muralitharan and Shane Warne remain ahead of Anderson.