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Second Test with England: India on the edge of a Remarkable Victory:- After falling flat in the first test match with England, Team India returned back with a bang in the second test. Indian won the toss and elected to bat first. India made a remarkable score of 329 in their first innings and restricted England for 134. In a surprising move, India decided to bat in the second innings as there is ample time left for the test match to get completed. India tumbled down for 286 in their second innings and left a huge target of 482 for England. Ravichandran Ashwin (106) was decent because of which India managed to get a respectable total in their second innings.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli (62) has been decent and none of the other Indian batsmen managed to get a decent score on board. Under huge pressure, England commenced their second innings and ended up for 53/3 by the end of the third day. England lost Rory Joseph Burns (25), Dom Sibley (3) and Jack Leach (0) already. Dan Lawrence (19 not out) and Joe Root (2 not out) are in the crease. Axar Patel (2/15) and Ravichandran Ashwin (1/28) are impressive with the ball. India is on the edge of a remarkable victory in the second test match in Chennai. England needs 429 more runs to win in the second test. Ravichandran Ashwin is widely appreciated for his top knock with the bat during this crucial time.