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India are again at top going ahead into Day Four, as they currently lead the visitos by 56 runs IANS

Reigning Test champions India take on former champions England on Day Four of the third of the five-Test series at the Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) Stadium in Mohali on Sunday. The live cricket streaming of the match is available online on Hotstar, while the live telecast of the match is available on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports HD1, along with the Hindi commentary on Star Sports 3 and Star Sports HD3. In England, the streaming is available on skysports.com, while the live telecast is available on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD. India are again at top going ahead into Day Four, as they currently lead the visitos by 56 runs, and have also claimned four of their crucial wickets in the second innings, thus putting themselves in the driver’s seat. Full Cricket Scorecard: India vs England 3rd Test at Mohali

With that being said, India are currently in a veru good position in the match and would challenge the visitors on the fourth day, as they have a great chance of wrapping the game up in the opening sessionn of the day itself, and also take the valkuable and unassailable 2-0 lead in the series. India had a respectabnle lead of 134 in the first innings on Day three, with Ravichandran Ashwin creating havoc, both with the bat and the ball. As of now, England are 78 for the loss of 4 wickets, with Joe Root and Haseeb Hameed batting at the crease, while they would behaving a grave task to save the Test for England. India vs England 3rd Test Preview and Prediction: Hosts look for early finish on Day 4

Meanwhile, India would indeed be running high on confidence, especially after a fruitful Day three, as the bowlers had taken good control of the English innings in the post-tea session, while the English batsmen have as usual struggled against the deadly spin against India, especially in the sub-continent. However Root, who is currently unbeaten on 36, has been in deadly form since the past year, and would be eager to bat out as long as possible to stand any chance for England to save the Test. Ravindra Jadeja: I don t consider myself as a batsman, I am a batsman

Meanwhile, on Day Three, one of the star of the Indian side, Ravindra Jadeja on Monday spoke about his batting. It s not that I consider myself as a batsman, I am a batsman. I have been scoring runs in first-class cricket at an average of 53 [43 as per espncricinfo records], if you leave aside Test matches, that is. It s not the first time that I have made 90 runs. Yes, may be a first in Tests but I have an idea that I can bat. I wasn t in a hurry, since it was a slow wicket with less turn. I knew after 50, 60 or 70 balls, I can up my scoring rate,” he said.

I think any good innings that you have played for India is important. Even during this innings, we were in a situation where we were 5 for 150 [156] and from that situation to guide the team to a good position was challenging. Jayant Yadav, Ravichandran Ashwin and myself spoke to each other, build the innings and luckily we are now in a good position considering that they are still 70 behind [56 actually] and are four down, he added.