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Prior to the fourth game against England, India’s Test record at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi

<p>The fourth Test match in the current India vs. England series will take place at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi after an exciting game at the Niranjan Shah Stadium in Rajkot.<br />
India won the Rajkot Test handily, scoring 434 runs to record their largest-ever victory in the red-ball format.</p>
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<p>In Rajkot, India’s batsmen were quite skillful, particularly in the first session when the visitors were leading after chasing them down to 33/3 in nine overs.</p>
<p>In the first innings, India’s shrinking boat was saved by skipper Rohit Sharma, who also managed to steer it to calmer waters. After hitting his 11th century (131 off 196 balls), Rohit used a very conservative approach to turn the tide back in favor of India.</p>
<p>Upon his comeback, star all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja made an even bigger impression with the willow in hand. After winning the toss and batting first on a surface that was batting-friendly, the southpaw made sure the hosts reached 445 with a resilient century (112 off 225 deliveries).</p>
<p>With the exception of Ben Duckett, none of the other English batters shown much effort, which worked against them since they were limited to 319.</p>
<p>In the second innings, Yashasvi Jaiswal took the situation into his own hands and thoroughly defeated the opponents. His magnificent double century helped India in posting a formidable 557 for the visitors to chase.</p>
<p>The team captained by Ben Stokes will enter the fourth Test with the idea that they need to win in order to save the series after their crushing defeat at the hands of the Indians in Rajkot.</p>
<p>Test record for India at Ranchi’s JSCA International Stadium Complex<br />
The third red-ball match in the city will take place during the fourth Test in Ranchi. India has a winning record in Ranchi since they have played two games there. The other competition came to a deadlock.</p>