A video of former England spinner Shaun Udal talking about the third Test match against India at The Ageas Bowl in Southampton, which started on Sunday.

 

Meanwhile, England captain Alastair Cook finally ended his run drought with a fighting knock as England were comfortably placed at 186 for one at tea against India on the first day of the third Test on Sunday.

 

Cook, who got a reprieve on 15 when Ravindra Jadeja dropped a sitter at third slip off debutant Pankaj Singh’s bowling, battled hard to reach 82 off 188 balls and shared a 131 run unbroken stand for the second wicket with in-form Gary Ballance.

 

Ballance scored his third successive 50 plus score in as many Tests to reach 72 at tea off 131 balls. Both left-handers hit nine fours each in their respective innings.  Opting to bat on a flat Ageas Bowl track, Cook overcame his poor run of form to hit his first half-century in 10 innings, PTI reported.