Fresh off the heroics of Hyderabad, where England turned a 190-run first-innings deficit into a stunning 28-run win, Ben Stokes’ side were humbled by India and Jasprit Bumrah’s brilliance with the ball in the second Test in Vizag, succumbing to a 106-run defeat to leave the series all square.
The two sides now meet in Rajkot in a pivotal encounter as England look to become the first team in more than eleven years to beat India on home soil.
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When is it?
The five-Test tour started on January 25 in Hyderabad, and below is the full schedule.
1st Test: 25-29 January, Hyderabad - England won by 28 runs
2nd Test: 2-6 February, Visakhapatnam - India won by 106 runs
3rd Test: 15-19 February, Rajkot (4am GMT)
4th Test: 23-27 February, Ranchi (4am GMT)
5th Test: 7-11 March, Dharamsala (4am GMT)
How can I watch it?
After a late agreement was reached just nine days before the first ball was due to be bowled, TNT Sports will show the series in the United Kingdom.
TNT Sports can be streamed live via the Discovery+ app, and coverage will begin at 3.45am GMT on each day ahead of the start of play at 4am.
Live radio commentary will be on Talksport.
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