The India’s tour of England has been one interesting tour with each day of every Test Match payed so far has witnessed a lot of action and drama. The fourth Test at Manchester’s Old Trafford is no different as the Indian side wrapped up like gully cricket in matter of few hours of play on the Day 1 as English bowlers bundled them out for 152. But the Indian team have done a great deal to restrict England to some extent at 237 at the fall of six wickets. The 4th Test match that is keenly foll0wed is scheduled for an 11 pm BST (3.30 pm IST, 6 am ET) start with live coverage on Star Sports 1, Star Sports 3 and Star Sports HD1 in India.
With the Test Match series levelled at 1-1, the 4th Test Match at Old Trafford becomes all the more exciting to watch. After a dramatic fall on Day 1, Indian team is looking forward to pulling the match in balance. A lot will depend on how the rain-gods will be effective during the entire day of play. An unbeaten 68-run stand between Joe Root and Jos Buttler took England to 237 for six with a 85-run lead at tea against India but rain halted their progress shortly after lunch on day two of the fourth cricket Test at Old Trafford here Friday. Root (48 batting) and Buttler (batting 22) had put brakes on India’s fightback on day two and when things were again looking up for the hosts, the rain came pouring down cutting short the second session.
Just nine overs were bowled and 36 runs added before rain halted England’s progress. Earlier, pacers Varun Aaron and Bhuvneshwar Kumar led India’s fightback as England were reduced to 201 for six at lunch. England, who had skittled out India for 152 on the first day, lost three of their top order batsmen in the morning session with Bhuvneshwar accounting for two of them. Watch the interesting battle between India and England via live streaming online in India here. Catch the action in the UK on Sky Sports 2, with the option to live stream here. Viewers in the US can watch the game on ESPN 3 with the option to catch the action live online here.