LiveEngland v India, The Ageas Bowl (final day)

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Summary

  • England have won by 266 runs after bowling India out for 178 this morning
  • Moeen Ali took four of the six wickets to fall this morning to finish with 6-67.
  • The series is now level at 1-1 with two to play
  • A 9,000-plus crowd saw England complete their win, taking the aggregate attendance for this match above 47,000.

12:49pm

178 all out

England have won by 266 runs. Moeen Ali has completed England's first win since last year's Ashes by bowling Pankaj Singh to finish with a career-best 6-67.

England bowling: Anderson 14-5-24-2, Broad 13-6-22-0, Woakes 11-3-23-0, Ali 20.4-4-67-6, Jordan 5-0-22-0, Root 2-0-5-1, Ballance 1-0-5-0

12:48pm

178-9  Pankaj Singh, India's No. 11 has smashed Moeen Ali for successive boundries, a slog followed by a decent pull shot

12:46pm

170-9 Rahane has reached fifty (121 balls) by cutting his seventh four, against Woakes

12:33pm

Hampshire Chronicle:

154-9 Ali has three wickets for one run after bowling Mohammed Shami with a brilliant off-break

12:23pm

Hampshire Chronicle:

152-8 Anderson cannot stay out of the game today. He has taken a good diving catch at gully after Kumar got an inside edge on to his pad. Two wickets in five balls and a double wicket maiden for Moeen Ali

12:18pm

Hampshire Chronicle:

152-7 Ravindra Jadeja (15) has played on against Moeen Ali. There are still queues at the ticket office...

11:40am

124-6 Interesting to see that Hampshire academy tyro Tom Alsop is playing ahead of Glenn Maxwell at Bristol today. Presumably the Australian was injured in the warm-up...

Gloucestershire are 63-3 after losing the toss and James Tomlinson has 2-23

11:24am

Hampshire Chronicle:

120-6 Anderson has another wicket, a beauty finding the outside edge of MS Dhoni (6) this time and Buttler has his second catch of the morning.  Anderson has 2-6 from 12 balls

11:23am

114-5 Long queues coming off J7 of the M27 this morning. No surprise whenn there is no Park & Ride despite the reduction in ticket prices and England being on the cusp of levelling the series.Park and Ride was never planned for the fifth day. Another lesson learned...

 

11:13am

11:10am

112-5 There's a decent fifth-day crowd here, as you would expect with the ticket prices slashed. They are yet to see an India run after two overs this morning.   

11:07am

112-5 James Anderson struck in his first over before India had added to their overnight score. Rohit Sharma (6) could not resist prodding forward outside off stump to a trademark Anderson away swinger. It found the outside edge and Buttler did the rest.

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