Oval. Team India has set a target of 368 runs against England in the fourth Test. The team was bowled out for 466 in the second innings (IND vs. ENG). Opener Rohit Sharma top-scored with 127 runs. Besides, Cheteshwar Pujara scored 1, Shardul Tagore scored 0 and Habshav Pant scored 50 runs. Fast bowler Chris Oakes took three wickets. Team India scored 191 in the first innings and England 290. The five-match series is currently tied at 1-1.
There are still 4 seasons left at the Oval and England need 368 runs to win the match. The England team has never achieved such a big goal in Test history. He scored 22 runs for the target wicket in Leeds against Australia in 2019. That means he has to do the best in history to win the match. England scored 369 in the fourth innings against India at this ground.
Petersen scored a century and scored in the match.
In the 2007 Test between India and England at the Oval in 2007, India scored 4 runs in the first innings. In reply, the English team could score only 345 runs. Team India declared the second innings at 1 runs0 for innings. Thus England got the target of 500 runs. The team drew the match with 6 wickets for 369 runs. Kevin Pietersen played a great innings of 101 runs. Ian Bell also scored 67 runs.
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Never scored more than 350 runs against India
No team has scored more than 350 runs in Tests against India. Australia’s biggest goal against India was against Perth in 1 against. Australia scored 339 runs for the loss of 8 wickets. Tony Mann scored 105 runs. Outside of that, Peter Tohe also played a 3-run innings. Bishan Singh Bedi took 5 wickets for India. In other words, to win this match, England will have to make a new history.
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