India’s goal is to dominate the fourth day of the Oval Test. Rohit Sharma’s century helped the team to a good start on the third day. The challenge of the fourth day is to maintain it. At stumps on the third day, India were 270 for three. He also took a 171-run lead. Rohit was unbeaten on 127 off 256 balls. Middle-order batsman Cheteshwar Pujara scored 61 off 127 balls. Pujara’s innings consisted of 9 fours. Pujara played with an unusual attack. India lost the second wicket on the third day when the score reached 236. The game was stopped earlier due to lack of light. At stumps on the third day, Virat Kohli (22) and Ravindra Jadeja (9) were at the crease. Covid’s confirmation to Indian coach Ravi Shastri has raised concerns. Shastri and three members of the support staff have been isolated.