India U19 take tiny lead vs England; Saurabh Singh hits ton

Saurabh Singh scored a superb century to put India U-19 group in a driver’s chair as a hosts surpassed England’s initial innings sum to strech 388 for 9 announced on Day 3 of a Junior Test compare on Thursday.

Singh strike 109 with a assistance of thirteen bounds as a hosts dominated a record on a penultimate day of a four-day compare during a VCA Stadium during Jamtha.

England, in their second innings, were struggling during 32 for 2, losing openers Harry Brook (16) and Max Holden (13). The wickets were common by Daryl Ferrario (1/08) and Harsh Tyagi (1/01).

Earlier in a day, India resumed during a overnight 153 for 3 and accelerated a scoring with Singh winning a record with some smooth strokes around a park. Daryl Ferrario 55 (7×4) and Siddarth Akre 54 (7×4) supposing a much-needed procedure to a Indian center sequence to safeguard a hosts took a autocratic position in a match.

India combined 235 runs before they announced a innings after holding a slim 13-run lead. English bowlers Aaron Broad (2/56) and Evan Woods (2/61) done early inroads though could not run by a plain Indian batting line up. Liam Patterson (2/83) and Max Holden 2/63 common a other Indian wickets.

England, after surrender a critical initial innings lead, mislaid a integrate of wickets in a final moments. They now need to bat good on a final day to shorten India’s feat bid.

Brief scores: England initial innings: 375 all out. India initial innings: 388/9 announced off 120 overs. England second innings: 34/2 off 9 overs.