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India completed their domination of England cleaning up their visitors for 207 on the final day at Chepauk in Chennai and, in the process, claiming the series 4-0. Here are significant numbers from the final day’s play

India came up with an emphatic bowling performance on the final day of the Chennai Test to clinch the series 4-0

As India prepare to take on England in the fifth and final Test of a long series, at the Cyclone Vardah-battered Chennai, we look back at the match played between these two sides in December 2008

India went into the Mumbai Test at Wankhede stadium as favourites having won the last two Tests of the series rather convincingly. However, things looked a bit dodgy for the Indians after England put up 400 batting first.

With the cushion of a 2-0 lead, India would be going all out to clinch the series during the fourth Test at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai. They will however have a somewhat unsettled line-up, owing to injuries to a couple of their key players.

England ended day one of the third Test against India at Mohali at 268 for 8, deciding to bat first after winning the toss. Here are some interesting stats from the opening day’s play

Post India's victory over England in the second Test at Vizag by 246 runs, which enabled them to take a 1-0 lead, Indian skipper and man of the match Virat Kohli opined that England's

England fought hard on Day 4 of the Vizag Test, but India did well enough to stay ahead in the game. Resuming at 98 for 3, India were bowled out for 204. In response, England were 87 for 2 chasing a tough 405. Here’s a look at some significant numbers from play on Day 4

The first Test between India and England may have ended in a draw. The visitors though would undoubtedly be the happier of the two teams at the end of the Test