In the match local team England won the toss and made a decision to bat first. These games are brilliant.
England won a gripping first Test against India at Edgbaston by 31 runs on Saturday and social-media users loved it. Maybe three and three - six days off.
Our daily blog will ensure you have all the latest updates throughout your day and week but we want you to get involved too. The temptation then is to chase the game and I think we were quite good at staying calm, trusting the things that had worked for us previously and making sure we didn't get ahead of ourselves. "Being 1-0 up we're in the box seat at the moment", he said.
Allrounder Stokes said "beating a team like India has probably closed a few mouths (of critics)".
"We're not going to pick a second-best team because they're all right-handers". Although he did not get there, India managed to wrap England up in all of 10 balls, conceding only two runs.
"There was always something in it for the bowlers, it wasn't freescoring at any time and credit has to go to both sides' bowling attacks".
After the loss in Edgbaston, Virat Kohli said India's batsmen must apply themselves better.
He lauded the players for showing determination in tough situations.
Revealingly, Bayliss indicated England might need more than one player to compensate for Stokes's absence.
India openers make encouraging start in reply to England's 287 all out
"I am proud to be part of his group".
"We showed character at times but England were relentless in the areas they hit". But, there is the question, is captainKohli asking his players something they aren't capable of achieving? But when Sharma was lbw to leg-spinner Adil Rashid's googly for 11, India were 154 for nine and needing a further 40 runs for victory.
It was by design that England limited Kohli to nine deliveries in eight overs at the other end, but a straight-driven four by Pandya off Stuart Broad indicated he had found a plausible new partner. England knew they needed early strikes and Anderson, their all-time leading Test wicket-taker, duly obliged when he had Karthik (20) caught low down by Dawid Malan at second slip off just the sixth ball of the day.
"I was thinking of making sure we didn't give any boundaries away, and made it very hard for them to score freely". Everything about their game and the effort they put in is about moving forward.
". From there, the rest of the guys did exactly what was asked of them".
"When the focus is on the larger picture, these things don't matter - you are able to bat longer than you would've done otherwise and the ability you have inside just unleashes because you're not focused on your personal milestones", added Kohli, who has now scored 5,754 Test runs at an average of 54.28.
Joe Root's side will hope to build on their 31-run over the tourists at Lord's on Thursday but will be without all-rounder Ben Stokes.
However, after some stupendous ODI performances by Rohit Sharma (including a double century against Sri Lanka), the distinction between ODI and Test performances was blurred by the Team India management.