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When England skipper Alastair Cook reached the three-figure mark on day five at Rajkot, he went past Sir Don Bradman among the list of batsmen with most ten hundreds, making him the latest to join the 30 Test hundreds club. Here’s a look at batsmen with 30 or more Test tons

England regained some ground on Day 4 of the Rajkot Test, after India batted very well on the third day to ensure they remained in contention for a draw. India finished their first innings on 488, after which England responded with an impressive 114 for no loss. Here are important statistics from the fourth day’s play

The India-England Test series gets underway with the first Test in Rajkot on November 9. As a build-up, we look back at England’s last five visits to India. In our final part, we recap England’s tour of India in 2012. Four Tests were played during the series, which England won 2-1

As England get ready to face India in a five-Test series starting November 9, there has been a lot of talk in the media about the big clash. Here’s what some prominent names have been saying and discussing

Having overcome a tough challenge from Bangladesh in the three-match ODI series, England now head into the two-Test series, with the first match to be played at Chittagong

If Pakistan were told at the beginning of the Test series in England that the end result would be a 2-2 draw, they would have taken it without much complaints. After all, they did not arrive in England with a team of high pedigree.

Having been outsmarted by Pakistan in the opening Test at Lord’s, England would have been raring to set the record straight in the second Test

Pakistan gained the upper hand at the end of day two of the Lord’s Test against hosts England, courtesy an excellent five-wicket haul from leggie Yasir Shah

As England take on Pakistan in the first match of the Test series at Lord's, all eyes will be on Pak pacer Mohammad Amir. Life will come a full circle for the pace bowler when he steps on to the hallowed turf.