- The third Test, ending within two full days of play, saw England losing in a miserable manner
- India, with another win, will secure their place in the World Test Championship (WTC) finals
- The Indian spin-duo of Ravichandran Ashwin and Axar Patel picked up nine wickets between themselves in both the first and the second innings
- With the loss against India, England have been knocked out of the WTC
- India will have to draw or win the fourth Test against England to play in the finals
- If England can salvage a win, then Australia will sneak into the finals at Lord's
- Root admits visitor's team selection wrong on a 'very challenging pitch'
- England were all out at 112 in the first innings
- Root conceds England made selection mistakes in not picking Dom Bess and Jack Leach
Stuart Broad, who has played an impressive 146 Tests, has 517 wickets to his name, a massive 18-wicket haul and three 10 wickets haul.
Joe Root, team England’s captain, failed with the bat.
- World Test Championship will begin from June 18, 2021 to June 22, 2021
- June 23, 2021 will be the reserving day
- New Zealand has already qualified for the championship
- Jonny Bairstow made his Test debut against West Indies in 2011
- Bairstow, despite 4,169 runs in Test cricket, is arguably celebrated more as as limited-over cricketer
- In both first and the second innings of the third Test, Bairstow scored zero runs
- India won the match by 49 runs
- The second innings saw England being finished off with a score of 81
- A total of 139.4 overs were bowled in the match, the third lowest in the history of Test cricket
Zak Crawley had blamed the pitch at the Ahmedabad stadium yesterday, saying that it was extremely difficult to bat last on the pitch