LIVE: India v England – all the action on day two of the fourth Test in Nagpur as it happens
03:52 GMT, 14 December 2012
Stay up to date with all the action on day two of the fourth Test between England and India with Sportsmail's
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unfolds in Nagpur while our brilliant team of writers update with their
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India v England – essentials
India: G Gambhir, V Sehwag, C A Pujara, S R Tendulkar, V Kohli, R A Jadeja, M S Dhoni (Capt, Wkt), R Ashwin, P P Chawla, I Sharma, P P Ojha.
England: A N Cook (Capt), N R D Compton, I J L Trott, K P Pietersen, I R Bell, J E Root, M J Prior (Wkt), T T Bresnan, G P Swann, J M Anderson, M S Panesar
Umpires: R Tucker (Aus) and K Dharmasena (SL)
Match referee: J Crowe (NZ)
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3.50am: Just a quick reminder then that 21-year-old debutant Joe Root and wicketkeeper-batsmen Matt Prior will be the men at the crease for the tourists when we resume in 10 minutes time. They have put on a valuable 60 together so far.
3.40am: 199-5 doesn't sound too pretty batting first on a subcontinental track but you feel that if England can get to 300 they will have the mental upper hand given that they were 139-5 at one stage. Mind you, if they score at the rate they did yesterday it will take them half the day to get there!
3.30am: Good morning everyone and welcome to Sportsmail's live coverage of the second day of the fourth and final test between India and England in Nagpur.
Field of dreams: England have the chance to secure a famous series win in Nagpur
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