#ChrisWoakes

.England, UK
Jonny Bairstow is a regular in the Sunrisers line-up. (Photo Credit: PTI)

  • Indian Premier League is all set to resume on September 19 in the United Arab Emirates
  • Jonny Bairstow,  Dawid Malan and Chris Woakes have reportedly pulled out of the league
  • All three are part of England's Ashes plans

.London, UK
Virat Kohli, second left, leads his team off the pitch at close of play on Day 4 of the 4th Test at The Oval, London. (AP/PTI Photo)

  • England need 368 runs to win
  • The English openers stitched a 77-run stand on Day 4
  • The highest successful chase at the Oval is 263, by England vs Australia in 1902

London, Sep 5 (PTI) Virat Kohli missed out on a half-century after another dismissal outside off-stump even as India extended their lead to 230 runs by lunch on day four of the fourth Test ...

London, Sep 4 (PTI) Rohit Sharma struck a fine unbeaten century as India consolidated their position in the post lunch session, reaching 191 for one on the third day of the fourth Test against ...

London, Sep 3 (PTI) India lost the wicket of KL Rahul in the morning session before Rohit Sharma and Cheteshwar Pujara stabilised the innings to take the visitors to 108 for one in their second ...

London, Sep 2 (PTI) India allowed Ollie Pope and Chris Woakes to earn a substantial 99-run first innings lead for England on day two of the fourth Test here, leaving their star-studded batting ...

London, Sep 3 (PTI) India scored 43 for no loss at stumps on the second day after England posted a total of 290 in the first innings riding on Ollie Pope's 81 and Chris Woakes' quickfire 50 ...

.London, UK
Rohit Sharma, left, and KL Rahul were unbeaten at 22 and 20 respectively at the end of day's play. (AP/PTI Photo)

  • England were bowled out for 290 in response to India's 191 
  • Ollie Pope (81) and Chris Woakes (50) scored fifties for England
  • The 4th Test is being played at The Oval, London

London, Sep 2 (PTI) Ollie Pope helped England take the first innings lead against India with a sublime half-century, taking the hosts to 227 for seven at tea on day two of the fourth Test here ...

.London, UK
The Indian team picked two quick wickets vs England. (Photo credit: PTI)

  • Shardul Thakur (57) top-scored for India
  • England won the toss and chose to bowl
  • India is looking to bounce back in the five-match Test series