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From the highs of Lord’s to the lows of Southampton, it has been one shocking slide for India in a span of ten days

India crashed to a 266-run defeat in the Third Test at Southampton with just 10 minutes to go for the scheduled lunch break on the final day.

There are some startling figures pertaining to the Indian batsmen in the ongoing series, after looking at which you would be amazed at the fact that India actually headed into Southampton 1-0 up

England look good at leveling the 5-match series 1-1 at Southampton on the final day with just another six wickets to take.

As predicted in the magnificent Lord's win, the triumph had dwarfed quite a few weaknesses in the Indian line-up, which could not be ignored. One of the biggest worries for them going into the

England are well set to win the Third Test at Southampton after reducing India to 323 for 8 during the crucial third day’s play.

India are on the backfoot in the Third Test at 25 for 1 after England’s declaration of its first innings at 569 for 7.

Going into the third Test against India at Southampton, there was no one under more pressure than England skipper Alastair Cook. He hadn't scored a hundred for over a year

A return of form for Alastair Cook and a 3rd Test century for Gary Ballance has England in a commanding position in the 3rd Test at Southampton