Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Thu 30 Nov 2023 Chennai Test: Jadeja exploited England weaknesses brilliantly on day 5 When day five of the fifth and final Test between India and England began at Chennai, the hosts were the undoubted favourites to win. Stats: Interesting numbers from Chennai on Day 5 India completed their domination of England cleaning up their visitors for 207 on the final day at Chepauk in Chennai and, in the process, claiming the series 4-0. Here are significant numbers from the final day’s play Lower order made outstanding contributions: Virat Kohli reflects on series win India came up with an emphatic bowling performance on the final day of the Chennai Test to clinch the series 4-0 IND v ENG 5th Test : India seal the series with 4-0 India win the five-match series 4-0 after Ravindra Jadeja picks up his career-best figures to sink England on the final day Stats: A record breaking day for Karun Nair Karun Nair towered above all on the fourth day of the fifth and final Test at Chennai on Monday, as he blasted an unbeaten 303. The 199 XI: Players would have 199 in Test cricket When Indian opener Lokesh Rahul was dismissed for 199 on Sunday, he came the second Indian and 11th player overall to make a score of 199 in Test cricket. Of the 11, two players remained unbeaten on 199. Here’s a look at the eleven who have missed the double hundred mark by one run Stats: Interesting numbers from Day 3 at Chennai After suffering for two days, India dominated day three of the fifth and final Test against England at the MA Chidambaran Stadium in Chennai on Sunday. India finished the day on a strong 391 for 4 in reply to England’s 477. Here are significant numbers from the third day’s play Stats: Interesting numbers from Chennai on Day 2 England dominated play for the second day during the final Test at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai on Saturday. Resuming at 284 for 4, England put up an impressive 477 on the board Twitterati praise Parthiv Patel for opening after keeping for 157 overs It is not easy being a wicket-keeper, especially when the opposition is on top, and has the batting side out in the field for nearly two days. A keeper is often ignored and only makes headlines when his mistakes are amplified