Jan 30England vs. India

6th Match at W.A.C.A. Ground, Perth

England won by 3 wkts

Jan 29New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

7th ODI at Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Sri Lanka won by 34 runs

Jan 28South Africa vs. West Indies

5th ODI at SuperSport Park, Centurion

South Africa won by 131 runs

Jan 26Australia vs. India

5th Match at Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney

No result

Jan 25South Africa vs. West Indies

4th ODI at St George's Park, Port Elizabeth

West Indies won by 1 wkt

Jan 25New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

6th ODI at University Oval, Dunedin

New Zealand won by 120 runs

Jan 31 06:30New Zealand vs. Pakistan

1st ODI at Westpac Stadium, Wellington

Feb 01 08:50Australia vs. England

Final at Perth

Feb 03 06:30New Zealand vs. Pakistan

2nd ODI at Napier

Feb 14 03:30New Zealand vs. Sri Lanka

1st Match, Pool A at Christchurch

Feb 14 09:00Australia vs. England

2nd Match, Pool A at Melbourne

Feb 15 06:30South Africa vs. Zimbabwe

3rd Match, Pool B at Hamilton

Cricket Scorecard

England tour of India 2012-13

India vs. England, 4th Test

Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur, Dec 13, 2012

Match Information

Match Status
Match drawn
Man Of The Match
J Anderson
England (Elected to Bat)
Rod Tucker (Aus) & Kumar Dharmasena (SL)
Third Umpire
S Ravi (Ind)
Match Referee
Jeff Crowe (NZ)

Batting: England

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Alastair Cook (C)lbw b I Sharma128003.57
Nick Comptoncaught M Dhoni b I Sharma3120025.00
Jonathan Trottbowled b R Jadeja441337033.08
Kevin Pietersencaught P Ojha b R Jadeja7318810038.83
Ian Bellcaught V Kohli b P Chawla128003.57
Joseph Root* caught P Chawla b P Chawla732294031.88
Matt Prior (WK)bowled b R Ashwin571426040.14
Tim Bresnanlbw b I Sharma02000.00
Graeme Swannlbw b P Chawla56916261.54
James Andersoncaught C Pujara b P Chawla4170023.53
Monty Panesarbatting150020.00
Extras (5 byes, 12 leg byes)17 
Total (330-10 in 145.5 overs)330 

Fall of Wickets

1/3 (Nick Compton, 4.2 ov.), 2/16 (Alastair Cook, 10.3 ov.), 3/102 (Jonathan Trott, 49.4 ov.), 4/119 (Ian Bell, 60.5 ov.), 5/139 (Kevin Pietersen, 67.3 ov.), 6/242 (Matt Prior, 114.6 ov.), 7/242 (Tim Bresnan, 116.2 ov.), 8/302 (Joseph Root, 139.1 ov.), 9/325 (Graeme Swann, 143.4 ov.), 10/330 (James Anderson, 145.5 ov.)

Bowling: India

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Ishant Sharma289493001.8
Pragyan Ojha3512710002.0
Ravindra Jadeja3717582001.6
Piyush Chawla21.51694003.2
Ravichandran Ashwin*243661002.8

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
145.5OUTChawla to Anderson, out Caught by Pujara!! Sharp catch and that's Chawla's 4th wicket! Flighted ball on the legs, Anderson works it to the on side but Pujara, at forward short leg, shows good reflexes and catches it. The ball nearly popped out but he held on to it with his elbow. That ends England's innings. Anderson c Pujara b Chawla 4(17)330/10
143.4OUTChawla to Swann, out Lbw!! Chawla has the last laugh in this over. This was pretty plumb too. Flat delivery, pitches on middle and doesn't turn, Swann looks to reverse sweep and misses it. The ball would have gone on to hit middle and leg, that ends a very imporant knock from Swann. Swann lbw b Chawla 56(91) [4s-6 6s-2]325/9
143.3SIXChawla to Swann, SIX, smashed! That adds to Chawla's frustration. Flighted delivery, Swann comes on the frontfoot and smashes it high and over long on325/8
142.4OTHERAshwin to Swann, 1 run, FIFTY for Swann. Frustration for India but elation for Swann and the England dressing room. Defends it to point region and runs across, removes his cap and shows-off to the dressing room. How vital will this knock turn out to be?319/8
142.3FOURAshwin to Swann, FOUR, superb shot. Swann is showing some attacking skills now. Comes out of his crease and lofts it straight over mid off for a boundary318/8
140FOURChawla to Swann, FOUR, smashed down the ground to long on, well flighted again, Swann comes on the frontfoot and drives it hard between Chawla and long on307/8
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Batting: India

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Gautam Gambhircaught M Prior b J Anderson37934039.78
Virender Sehwagbowled b J Anderson02000.00
Cheteshwar Pujaracaught I Bell b G Swann26723036.11
Sachin Tendulkarbowled b J Anderson2130015.38
Virat Kohlilbw b G Swann10329511034.92
MS Dhoni (WK) (C)runout A Cook992468140.24
Ravindra Jadejalbw b J Anderson12312038.71
Ravichandran Ashwinbatting29650044.62
Piyush Chawlabowled b G Swann120050.00
Pragyan Ojhabowled b M Panesar332009.38
Ishant Sharmabatting270028.57
Extras (5 byes, 7 leg byes)12 
Total (326-9 in 143 overs declared)326 

Fall of Wickets

1/1 (Virender Sehwag, 0.3 ov.), 2/59 (Cheteshwar Pujara, 22.3 ov.), 3/64 (Sachin Tendulkar, 27.5 ov.), 4/71 (Gautam Gambhir, 31.4 ov.), 5/269 (Virat Kohli, 116.1 ov.), 6/288 (Ravindra Jadeja, 123.6 ov.), 7/295 (MS Dhoni, 129.1 ov.), 8/297 (Piyush Chawla, 130.1 ov.), 9/317 (Pragyan Ojha, 140.1 ov.)

Bowling: England

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
James Anderson325814002.5
Tim Bresnan265690002.7
Monty Panesar5215811001.6
Graeme Swann3110763002.5
Jonathan Trott1020002.0
Joseph Root1050005.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
140.1OUTPanesar to Ojha, out Bowled!! No celebrations from Panesar even though he is getting a wicket after 50 overs. That says it all - England don't really want wickets here. Lot of turn from outside off, Ojha looks to defend but gets an inside edge onto the stumps. Will India declare? No. Ojha b Panesar 3(32)317/9
130.1OUTSwann to Chawla, out Bowled!! England have fought back splendidly. The last hour has changed the game around quite dramatically. Tossed up from round the wicket and turning away a bit, Chawla presses forward to defend but is beaten by the turn and it hits the top of off stump. That will be stumps on day 3. Chawla b Swann 1(2)297/8
129.1OUTAnderson to Dhoni, out Dhoni Run Out!! Dhoni run out (Alastair Cook) 99(246) [4s-8 6s-1]295/7
124OUTAnderson to Ravindra Jadeja, out Lbw!! That was as plumb as it gets. Nipping in sharply from way outside off, keeping a little low too. Jadeja is struck low on the front pad and that would have crashed into middle stump. Anderson is all pumped up. That's his 4th wicket. Ravindra Jadeja lbw b Anderson 12(31) [4s-2]288/6
121.4FOURAnderson to Ravindra Jadeja, FOUR, nipping in from outside off, Jadeja tries to jab it on the offside but it keeps low and hits the bottom of the bat before rolling between Prior and the man standing at slip to the boundary286/5
119.2FOURBresnan to Ravindra Jadeja, FOUR, streaky but gets Ravindra Jadeja a boundary. It was short and outside off. Jadeja tries the cut but gets a thick outside edge that flies past the lone man at slip280/5
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Batting: England

Batsman RunsBalls4s6sSR
Alastair Cook (C)caught M Dhoni b R Ashwin13931013.98
Nick Comptonlbw b P Ojha341351025.19
Jonathan Trottcaught V Kohli b R Ashwin14331018046.13
Kevin Pietersenbowled b R Jadeja6301020.00
Ian Bellbatting11630616137.91
Joseph Root* batting20561135.71
Extras (8 byes, 6 no balls, 6 leg byes)20 
Total (352-4 in 154 overs)352 

Recent Overs

0 0 0 0 3 0   -  0 0 0 1 0 0   -  4 0 0 4 0 4   -  0 1 1 1 0 0

Fall of Wickets

1/48 (Alastair Cook, 29.5 ov.), 2/81 (Nick Compton, 46.4 ov.), 3/94 (Kevin Pietersen, 55.5 ov.), 4/302 (Jonathan Trott, 134.1 ov.)

Bowling: India

BowlerOversMaidensRunsWicketsNo BallsWidesEconomy Rate
Ishant Sharma153420302.8
Pragyan Ojha4014701001.8
Ravichandran Ashwin*3811992002.6
Piyush Chawla266640202.5
Ravindra Jadeja3317591101.8
Gautam Gambhir2040002.0

Innings Highlights

Over No.Event TypeEventTeam Score
153FOURAshwin to Ian Bell, FOUR, and another four. Down the leg side and he flicks it down to fine leg, everyone is just waiting for this game to finish349/4
152.4FOURAshwin to Ian Bell, FOUR, another boundary, sees the flight and drives it down to long off for another boundary345/4
152.1FOURAshwin to Ian Bell, FOUR, overpitched delivery, Bell comes on the frontfoot and drives it between extra cover and long off for a boundary. Classy shot that341/4
150.5OTHERAshwin to Ian Bell, 3 runs, 17th Test CENTURY for Ian Bell. His first in 2012. Tucks it off his pads to fine leg, Dinda chases and slides to save a run. Superb knock this, he has fought hard and has sealed the series for England336/4
148.5FOURAshwin to J Root, FOUR, reverse sweep now, Root is playing some shots, this was outside off and Root reverse sweeps it to third man330/4
148.4OTHERAshwin to Ian Bell, 1 run, quick single and a run out chance! Works it to square leg and sets off, Dinda is the fielder and he's quick but doesn't hit direct at the bowler's end. Bell would have been run out by miles had he hit!326/4
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