Curran revives England against India after familiar collapse Sam Curran
Sam Curran marked his England return with a Test-best 78 as the hosts fought back on the first day of the fourth Test against India at Southampton on Thursday. It was a familiar story when Curran, primarily a left-arm swing bowler and playing just his fourth Test, came into bat with England in dire straits at 86 for six after home captain Joe Root won the toss. But thanks to Curran they finished on a far more respectable 246 all out, with Indiafast bowler Jasprit Bumrah taking three wickets for 46 runs in 20 overs. India were 19 without loss at stumps, a deficit…
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