(Photo) Flurry of wickets derail Indian chase

The seventh wicket went down for India as Lungi Ngidi struck in the 43rd over. It was a slower ball that Jayant Yadav tries to loft over mid-off, but ended up handing a simple catch to Temba Bavuma at mid-off. India are 231/7 after 43 overs, with their hopes resting on Deepak Chahar, who is no mug with the bat. He will need plenty of support from Jasprit Bumrah as well if India are to chase down 288 to earn a consolation win.

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England v West Indies 2024
ENG v WI 3rd Test, Edgbaston
26th July to 30th July
Start time: 11:00 am BST