England Secures a 46-Run Advantage Despite Jurel’s 90-run Performance

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India was struggling at 177-7 when the wicketkeeper-batsman and Kuldeep Yadav (28) formed a crucial 76-run partnership. Kuldeep faced 131 balls, his longest in Test career, but James Anderson eventually ended the stand, taking his 698th Test wicket. Debutant Akash Deep (nine) became Shoaib Bashir’s (5-119) fifth victim. Jurel, scoring his maiden Test fifty, counter-attacked with four sixes and six fours, falling short of a hundred to Tom Hartley (3-68).India is ahead 2-1 in the five-match series.

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