London: India will look to bounce back after suffering a huge loss in the third cricket test match.
India registered an inspirational victory at Lord’s but that was followed by back-to-back batting debacles at Headingley.
Captain Virat Kohli has already said that the win in Lord’s doesn’t guarantee a win in the next match, and the defeat at Headingley doesn’t mean a replay will happen in the Oval.
India’s bowling has clicked in the tournament so far. Almost every bowler has contributed, but it is the batting that has let the team down. India will be looking to change that in the 4th test.
England’s Joe Root has been in top form in the series for three centuries and is also the top run-scorer in the series so far.
The England bowlers have done well so far in the series despite missing their key players in the series.
The series is tied at 1-1 and both teams will look to make it 2-1 with the last match to be played.