England is playing the fourth day of the second Test against India in Visakhapatnam. They need 332 runs to win. Rohit Sharma’s team wants to take nine more wickets and level the series. England has a tough task as they are batting in the last innings, chasing a big target of 399. Former England captain Kevin Pietersen thinks India should be concerned about England’s batting skills.

England did well today. They needed 10 wickets and got them. Captaincy and team were very, very good!” Pietersen shared on X, previously known as Twitter.

As the Indian team goes to bed tonight, they might be aware that the pitch is still good, and England will try to win the game tomorrow. It’s going to be exciting!

Shubman Gill scored a century on Day 3, setting a record target of 399 for England. Currently, England, leading the series 1-0, is at 67-1 after losing opener Ben Duckett for 28. They need 332 more runs for victory.

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The highest successful fourth-innings chase against India is England’s 378 at Edgbaston in 2022. The best in India was when the hosts scored 387 against England in 2008. Spinners Tom Hartley and Rehan Ahmed combined to dismiss India for 255 after Gill’s century.