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Moeen Ali celebrates his fifth Test ton. (Courtesy: AFP)

India may have pocketed the Anthony de Mello Trophy 2016-17 against England by winning the Wankhede Test but there is lot to play in the fifth and the final Test at MA Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai. England, who have lost three back-to-back Tests, have made a strong start in Chennai and will look change the pattern in the coming days. The live cricket streaming of the match will be available online on Hotstar, while the live cricket telecast of the match will be available on Star Sports 1 and Star Sports HD1. The Hindi commentary will be available on Star Sports 3 and Star Sports HD3. In England, the streaming will be available on skysports.com, while the live telecast will be available on Sky Sports 1 and Sky Sports 1 HD.

The teams did not get net sessions as practice wickets were not ready courtesy cyclone Vardah but the groundsmen at Chennai did a fabulous job to ensure the Test started on time. Once again, England skipper Alastair Cook won the toss and elected to bat. The English openers failed to make another opportunity count. Though Cook became the 10th player to enter the elite 11,000 runs club, he was again dismissed by Ravindra Jadeja the fifth time in the series.

FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs England, 5th test at Chennai

Moeen Ali’s fifth Test ton put England in a commanding position on Day One as they ended with 284 for 4. Moeen is batting on 120 and was well supported by Joe Root, who departed for a well-made 88 and Jonny Bairstow, who gave it away on 49. He is currently batting with all-rounder Ben Stokes.

India did not have a great day in office but Virat Kohli will look forward to finish the year on a high, winning the final Test that they play in 2016 and maintain India’s supremacy at the No. 1 position. India were pegged on the back foot when they lost their Wankhede Test’s hero Jayant Yadav to a hamstring niggle. Even England are missing their star pacer James Anderson but Stuart Broad is making a comeback.

There is plenty of action in store for this weekend and especially on Day Two and in busy times like these, live streaming is a respite.