The fifth and final test between India and England which began on December 16, 2016, at the M Chidambaram stadium, Chennai is poised for a draw as the hosts trail by 270 runs with 10 wickets remaining.

The match starts at 9:30 IST.

On Day four India piled up a massive score of 759/7 and declared, thanks to the triple century by young KK Nair (303*). KL Rahul, unfortunately, missed his double hundred and got out at 199.

Live updates day 5:

England 28/0 in 14 overs.

Can the Indian spinners do it again?

India will be planning to obtain quick wickets at the starts so as to get the English team out for less than 270 runs so that they don't have to bat again.

England who ended their first innings at a score of 477 were 81 runs ahead after day 3, as India ended the third day of the game at 391 runs with the loss of four wickets.

TV telecast and live streaming info:

How to watch the match in India, United States of America, and the United Kingdom?

In India, the match can be seen live on Star Sports. For the official live streaming, please visit Hotstar or the official website of Star Sports.

Willow TV is telecasting the game in the United States of America, while Sky Sports is doing it in the United Kingdom

Experts believe that this game will end up as a draw, as the surface in Chennai is batting friendly, and England will surely recreate the same magic they portrayed in the first innings while batting in the coming days too.

It was K L Rahul who led the Indian batting from the front. The young man missed out his double century one run away, as he was dismissed in a beautiful delivery bowled by Adil Rashid when his score was 199.

Rahul along with Parthiv Patel (71) put up a first wicket partnership of 152 runs, which helped India to trail the mammoth English first innings score with ease.

Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Karun Nair for his triple century by tweeting.

For India, it is Karun Nair (71) and Murali Vijay (17) who will begin the proceedings on the fourth day.

Stuart Broad, Moeen Ali, Ben Stokes and Adil Rashid took one wicket each for the visitors.

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