India vs England, 1st Test Day 5: Nottingham Weather Today and Chance of Rain on 8 August

Updated on: Aug 8, 2021 10:14 am IST

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    INDIA VS ENGLAND: India and England head into the final day of the first Test Match at Trent Bridge, Nottingham. The visitors are in a position of strength and would be looking to seal victory today. The rain had a part to play on Day 3, but there were no interruptions on Day 4.

    Nottingham Weather Update

    Cricket fans have good news as the weather forecast is the brightest we have seen in days. Although it will remain cloudy, the chances of rain are slim.

    Trent Bridge Nottingham weather update

    The last and final day will see strong winds and high humidity (75-85%). The temperature will be a cool 17 degrees Celsius. Chances of rain are highest at 35% during 11 AM to 2 PM local time. Even if it does pour, it is likely to subside in some time. However, the game should start on time, and we can expect a result today.

    Watch: Bumrah Removes Stuart Broad With a Special Delivery

    INDIA vs ENGLAND: 1st Test Day 4 Review

    India will begin day 5 with Cheteshawar Pujara and Rohit Sharma at the crease at 52/1. The visitors need another 157 runs to win. KL Rahul once again got off to a good start but was dismissed by Stuart Broad.

    Watch: Mohammed Siraj’s Angry Face-Off with Sam Curran

    joe root hundred

    Earlier in the day, Joe Root hit a classy hundred to help his side to 303. The England Captains’ gritty knock was his 21st hundred, filled with sublime cover drives and square cuts. All English batsmen started well but failed to convert their innings into a big one.

    Watch: Shardul Thakur Clean Bowls Buttler With a Beauty

    Jasprit Bumrah was once again destructor in chief as he picked up a five-wicket haul. He was particularly lethal with the second new ball and cleaned up the tail in no time. Shardul Thakur bowled impressive lines and picked up two wickets. Siraj and Mohammed Shami chipped in with two and one wickets, respectively.

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