India in total command after Pandya's five-for
Having taken a first-innings lead of 168, India's top order built a huge advantage on day two at Trent Bridge
Gollapudi: Pandya shows he's a quick learner as ball does the talking
India had recovered from a poor start with the ball by the time Hardik Pandya was brought on, but it remained a key period of the Test. It quickly went their way
Stats - From 54 for 0 to 161 all out in 158 deliveries
The best of the stats as India enjoy a day to remember at Trent Bridge
#PoliteEnquiries: How long before Kohli is Rashid's bunny?
George Dobell and Melinda Farrell answer your questions on Rashid, reviews and the unfortunate signs of ageing
Rashid's key wicket countered by Stokes' rusty return
A hard-fought, entertaining day of Test cricket threw up a number of talking points about England's performance in the field
England ponder resting Anderson, Broad from SL tour
While nothing is confirmed there could be a consideration being given to planning for a time without England's two leading wicket-takers
Kohli's legacy will be defined by the next few months
Small changes make a big difference for Broad and England
The fast bowler reveals the change of mindset that has made a key difference to the England bowling attack against India
'I got four, but should have got six or seven'
Stuart Broad speaks to ESPNcricinfo about his destructive spell at Lord's and discusses finding some of best form after a difficult 2017
Gollapudi: Time for Shastri to wade in and get hands dirty
The India coach will not be doing his job if he agrees with everything Kohli feels is good for the team
Monga: India refuse to take a backward step, but is it prudent?
India have been so obsessed with their off stumps that they are missing out on scoring opportunities with the cut shot
Manjrekar: What India's batsmen must do at Trent Bridge
A checklist for the top five (barring Virat Kohli) as India head into a match they must not lose if the series is to stay alive
Rishabh Pant in line for debut at Trent Bridge?
The wicketkeeper batsman averaged 63 in the two unofficial Tests on India A's recent tour of England
Krishnaswamy: It's the conditions, stupid
Before being too harsh on the Indian batsmen, it's worth looking at the bowling-friendly conditions offered to them in SA and England
Playing Kuldeep at Lord's was a mistake - Shastri
India coach also backs under-fire Rahane and calls him a 'pillar of India's batting'
WATCH - India train ahead of the Trent Bridge Test
Kohli and Pant were active during India's nets session on Thursday
Kohli feeling better by the day - Shastri
The India coach says Virat Kohli is now moving much better following his bout of back stiffness at Lord's
Bayliss urges Stokes to make public apology
The allrounder will be assessed "mentally and physically" over the two days of training before a decision is made on whether he returns to the XI
Autographs, photos and football - Stokes returns to the England camp
Ben Stokes arrived at Trent Bridge on Thursday as England prepare for the third Test against India
How do you fit Stokes back into England's XI?
The allrounder is available for the Trent Bridge Test against India after his acquittal. But making room for him is not easy
Will Chris Woakes beat Jimmy Anderson to become UK prime minister?
Imran Khan might be the gold standard, but he has two England challengers coming up the ranks
What's going wrong for India's openers?
Why have KL Rahul, M Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan been struggling overseas?
Manjrekar: Why has the quality of Test batsmanship deteriorated?
India have struggled in England, but batsmen of just about every team fare poorly away from home these days
Sachin Tendulkar relives his first tour of England
Switch Hit: Is there any way back for India?
Andrew McGlashan is joined by Andrew Miller and Mark Butcher after Anderson’s second Test heroics
Anderson 'could play until he is 40' - Bayliss
Aged 36, the fast bowler has cemented a place at the top of the ICC rankings with a match haul of 9 for 43
Rashid's non-event Test revives red-ball questions
England's legspinner endured the quietest Test since Gareth Batty in 2005, after being lured out of red-ball retirement
Sans Kohli, where is India's backbone?
A lower-back injury might leave India without their captain at Trent Bridge. If that happens, how will their beleaguered batting cope?
India's away woes: Kohli alone averaging more than 20
On their 2017-18 tours of South Africa and England, India's top-order batsmen, apart from the captain, have put up some forgettable numbers
Broad, Anderson, Woakes batter India
England completed their domination of India in the Lord's Test with a win in just 170.3 overs making it the third-shortest Test in the country over the last 100 years
Broad hits blast-off to cap England's dominance
There were the makings of a full Broad 'streak' before rain brought an early tea, but this was the quick bowler at his menacing best
Root cautions against complacency despite India's disarray
The performance of Chris Woakes, on his return to side was a huge boost for England as he absence of Ben Stokes was barely noticed
Mark Nicholas: Batsmen have lost the ability to just play
The Lord's Test is just the latest in a long line of matches in which players struggled with basic technique and concentration
'Wizard' Woakes casts a spell at his Hogwarts with rare Lord's treble
It has been a frustrating season for Chris Woakes and the day before this Test he wasn't certain of his place. Now he has joined an exclusive club
Miller: Rocky foundations become a potentially series-defining shift
An India side billed as one of England's toughest challenges of recent times is facing the prospect of being 2-0 down
#PoliteEnquiries: Is being 'aggressive' the only captaincy trait Kohli has?
Andrew Miller and Melinda Farrell answer your questions, cover topics such as the India skipper, Chris Woakes and winning away from home
#PoliteEnquiries: Is there anything Woakes can't do at Lord's?
Melinda Farrell and Nagraj Gollapudi tackle your questions on wickets, weather and Woakes
We'd have bowled anyone out today - Anderson
Fast bowler admitted he and England couldn't have asked for a better set of circumstances to cause havoc
Buttler's day of second chances as England's slips don't prove costly
Dawid Malan's omission meant another new-look cordon for England and his replacement at second slip had an interesting day
'Kohli should let his heart guide the way' - Tendulkar
Tendulkar's message to Kohli: Never be satisfied
Advice from one India legend to another, in the wake of a masterful performance at Edgbaston that ultimately fell short
England bank on Baby Boom to reinvigorate long-term Test prospects
The Test readiness of England's rookies is perhaps secondary to the sense of purpose that their inclusions project
Pope gets the nod for England, but who'll miss out?
Melinda Farrell and Andrew Miller look ahead to the second Test at Lord's as England throw in another young debutant
Root deflects captaincy praise onto team-mates and eyes consistency
The England captain said victory in a tight Test brings "masses of confidence" but is looking for further improvement from his side
Will India play an extra batsman in the second Test?
While India will be eager to fix their batting-order issues, they will be without Jasprit Bumrah for the second Test too
Pope takes rapid ascension in his stride
England rookie prepares for Lord's debut at age of 20
The heat is on to play two spinners at Lord's
With temperatures hitting the mid-thirties, the challenge for the Lord's groundstaff has been to ensure there is enough moisture in the pitch to produce an even contest
Kohli can afford to rest, others can't - Gavaskar
Former India captain says preparation has to be intense at the start of a Test series overseas, then it can taper off
Pope earns England call-up as Malan dropped
Chris Woakes has also been brought into the squad for the second Test against India at Lord's as a replacement for Ben Stokes who will be attending court in Bristol
A big ask for Pope but he won't be fazed with England - Stewart
Surrey's cricket director Alec Stewart predicts a bright future for Ollie Pope in the England Test side
Stokes' absence adds to England's batting concerns for Bayliss
The England coach admitted it was taking longer than he wanted to form a consistent top order but hoped victory in a tight contest would breed confidence
James Anderson's painful golf swing
A round of golf did not go entirely to plan for the England fast bowler
Hockey World Cup ties of Ireland legspinner Tice
Having become an Ireland cricketer at 13, Elena Tice now has a Hockey World Cup silver medal to her name at 20 years of age
Deliberate throw denies club batsman century
There was a controversial finish to an English club game during the weekend
Test cricket needs more matches like Edgbaston
This game had most of the ingredients that show five-dayers in the best light
More to Test cricket than runs and wickets - Root
The England captain said an inner belief and steeliness carried a lot of weight at the highest level
England's nine degrees of separation
From the man who bowled the first ball in Tests, we trace England's 141-year Test history through 10 players
Mark Nicholas: The timeless human drama of Edgbaston 2018
Matches like this one allow for an experience of breadth and depth that the shorter forms cannot provide
Dobell: England need Stokes but he needs them more
The allrounder's match-winning spell highlighted his value to the team, but his emotional interview thereafter indicated how much being part of that team means to him
'Playing for England means so much' - Stokes
He hoped England's performance had 'shut a few mouths' after he starred on eve of his Bristol court case
Stokes the star as England win thrilling Test
James Anderson struck in the first over of the day, but Ben Stokes took the crucial wicket of Virat Kohli to seal India's fate
#PoliteEnquiries: Who dropped it better? Malan or Dhawan?
Gollapudi: Ishant Sharma, India's slim Atlas
Ishant Sharma has spent a decade being under-estimated. But after a summer with Sussex he needed a solitary over to prove his value
Kohli or bust as England seek "something special"
James Anderson heaped praise on Sam Curran after his innings gave England a shot at victory
#PoliteEnquiries: But could Kohli do it in Antarctica?
Dobell: The story of Sam Curran's precocious rise and rise
No England left-arm seamer has ever taken 100 Test wickets. Sam Curran has the time and the skills to buck that trend
Pressure drops after England's slip-ups in the slips
England's fielding lapses could prove to be the difference between victory and defeat as India rally round Kohli's brilliance
Kohli's mic-drop adds 'humour' to series - Root
The England captain on the send-off he got from the India captain
Ashwin's remedy for 'bad habits': keep it simple
India's spinner says his county stint with Worcestershire helped him understand how to bowl in England
Roland-Jones stays positive despite double stress-fracture heartache
The Middlesex seamer broke down early in the season after returning to action following the injury which ruled him out of the Ashes
England consider options to keep Stokes in frame for Lord's Test
The England management are keeping an open mind as to Stokes' availability, should his court case in Bristol be adjourned
Miller: Why a good thrashing would not be such a bad thing for England
Going by record, England are due an absolute hiding at some stage against India. And that could have its upsides
Relaxed Kohli ready for England
On the eve of the Test series, India's captain projected a sense of calm preparedness for what could be the biggest test yet of his leadership
Dobell: No hiding place in test of credentials
For all the progress of their white-ball teams, it is hard to avoid the conclusion England have gone nowhere in Test cricket for several years
India need Vijay's calm in uncertain times
The last time he toured England, the opener faced more than 1000 balls across five Tests
Our attack can disrupt England - Rahane
Alastair Cook also feels India's pace attack has the "strength and depth" he hasn't seen in them previously
Club cricketer helps England prepare for spin
However, a first look at the Edgbaston surface suggests talk about how much spin it could take may be overplayed
England-India risks taking place in front of modest crowds
Only Lord's has so far enjoyed strong ticket sales for the first four days of its Test which will raise further concerns about the longest format
England's alarming recent home record dissected
Openers falling early, injuries to third seamer, and poor catching are among factors that have contributed to England's decline in home Tests
Joe Root needs to become the dominant batsman he’s meant to be
Joe Root, India's perennial nemesis
Will India's spin doctors survive this baby-faced assassin's onslaught?
'We are playing to win. We are not here to draw games' - Shastri
The India head coach on his team's chances in England, the injuries to the quicks, and the challenge of getting the openers to build innings
Bare chests, jellybeans and DRS squabbles
Broad accepts pace rotation looms due to hectic schedule
Five Tests in six weeks will put the pressure on quick bowlers from both sides and England have factored that into their planning
IPL friendships won't count in Test battle - Buttler
While there is now more familiarity off the field, Buttler expects the rivalry to be as competitive as ever once the first Test begins.
'Ishant needs to work on his length, Umesh on his line, and Shami on his fitness'
Ashish Nehra breaks down India's seam attack in England
How will India's fast bowlers go in the Test series against England?
What Kohli needs to do to tackle Anderson
Pressure mounts on Dhawan and Pujara
Dhawan bagged a pair while Pujara tallied 24 in two innings. This leaves questions over who should constitute India's top order at Edgbaston
No one listens to Vaughan - Rashid lashes out at 'stupid' comments
Legspinner says "when your country wants you and asks if you are available, you cannot just say no"
Rashid's Test recall: How the cricket world reacted
Adil Rashid was the hot topic of the day, as the spinner who turned his back on county cricket returned to the England Test side
'The greatest feeling I've ever had' - Porter
Essex's Jamie Porter reveals when he got the call confirming his place in the England Test squad
Smith 'believes strongly' in county game
Ed Smith justified Adil Rashid's selection, despite his unavailability for Yorkshire in red-ball cricket, saying he had full support from the captain and selectors
Switch Hit: England's Rash decision?
Mark Butcher and Andrew Miller join Alan Gardner to talk Adil Rashid’s controversial call-up