- 沒有 對埃德巴斯頓第三天的反應
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India remain in a dominant position in the fifth Test against England despite another superb century from Jonny Bairstow on day three at Edgbaston.
England still gave up a first-innings lead of 132, but hopes of a further fightback were raised when India were reduced to 75-3.
India, though, were steadied by an unbroken fourth-wicket stand of 50 between Cheteshwar Pujara and Rishabh Pant.
Pujara, who could have been caught on 23, is 50 not out, while first-innings centurion Pant is unbeaten on 30 in India's 125-3.
While that left India with a sizeable advantage of 257, England will draw confidence from their series win over New Zealand last month, when they successfully chased targets in excess of 250 on three occasions.
India, 2-1 up in a series that was postponed last September, are eyeing their first triumph in England since 2007. • None Reaction to day three at Edgbaston