England who is taking on India in the fourth Test at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, is now in a comfortable position, as the visitors have scored 385 runs for the loss of eight wickets. The match start time is 9:30 IST, 04:00 GMT.

The English team ended the first day at the score of 288 with the loss of five wickets, but lost three crucial wickets on the second day morning, as Ravindra Jadeja found some quick turn from the surface. As England have two more wickets in hand now, the team will be aiming to continue the resistance as much as they can, so that the total will cross 400.

All the hopes of the English side lie on the shoulders of Jose Butler. He is now in the crease with 43 runs, and on the other hand, it is the tailender Jake Ball. If Butler continues the run hunt for another two hours, then things will not be that easy for the Indian bowlers.

For England, it was Keaton Jennings who led the show. The young cricketer scored 112 runs and he was given adequate support by Alastair Cook (46 runs) and Moeen Alii (50 runs).

On the other hand, Indian pacers failed miserably in creating tensions on the English batting lineup. Both Bhuvaneshwar Kumar and Umesh Yadav failed to pick up a single wicket. Ravichandran Ashwin was the pick among the lots in the Indian bowling, as he picked up five crucial wickets.

Ravindra Jadeja grabbed three wickets which include the one of Alastair Cook.

Television telecast and live online cricket streaming details

In India, the match is being shown live on Star Sports from 9:00 am onwards.

To enjoy the live streaming, tune into Hotstar or visit the official website of Star Sports.

How to watch live in the US and the United Kingdom?

Willow TV is telecasting the match in the United States, while Sky Sports is doing it in the UK.

People with UK IP address can enjoy the live streaming by visiting the official website of Sky Sports.

Pitch conditions

By the latter half of the second day, cracks may start developing on the surface, and it may act in favour of slow bowlers.