This live event has finished
- England have won by 266 runs after bowling India out for 178 this morning
- Moeen Ali took four of the six wickets to fall this morning to finish with 6-67.
- The series is now level at 1-1 with two to play
- A 9,000-plus crowd saw England complete their win, taking the aggregate attendance for this match above 47,000.
178 all out
England have won by 266 runs. Moeen Ali has completed England's first win since last year's Ashes by bowling Pankaj Singh to finish with a career-best 6-67.
England bowling: Anderson 14-5-24-2, Broad 13-6-22-0, Woakes 11-3-23-0, Ali 20.4-4-67-6, Jordan 5-0-22-0, Root 2-0-5-1, Ballance 1-0-5-0
178-9 Pankaj Singh, India's No. 11 has smashed Moeen Ali for successive boundries, a slog followed by a decent pull shot
170-9 Rahane has reached fifty (121 balls) by cutting his seventh four, against Woakes
154-9 Ali has three wickets for one run after bowling Mohammed Shami with a brilliant off-break
152-8 Anderson cannot stay out of the game today. He has taken a good diving catch at gully after Kumar got an inside edge on to his pad. Two wickets in five balls and a double wicket maiden for Moeen Ali
152-7 Ravindra Jadeja (15) has played on against Moeen Ali. There are still queues at the ticket office...
124-6 Interesting to see that Hampshire academy tyro Tom Alsop is playing ahead of Glenn Maxwell at Bristol today. Presumably the Australian was injured in the warm-up...
Gloucestershire are 63-3 after losing the toss and James Tomlinson has 2-23
120-6 Anderson has another wicket, a beauty finding the outside edge of MS Dhoni (6) this time and Buttler has his second catch of the morning. Anderson has 2-6 from 12 balls
114-5 Long queues coming off J7 of the M27 this morning. No surprise whenn there is no Park & Ride despite the reduction in ticket prices and England being on the cusp of levelling the series.Park and Ride was never planned for the fifth day. Another lesson learned...
Nice to see @TAlsop9 getting a game for Hants. Was very impressed with his batting earlier this season— @ChrisTremlett33 31 July 2014
112-5 There's a decent fifth-day crowd here, as you would expect with the ticket prices slashed. They are yet to see an India run after two overs this morning.
112-5 James Anderson struck in his first over before India had added to their overnight score. Rohit Sharma (6) could not resist prodding forward outside off stump to a trademark Anderson away swinger. It found the outside edge and Buttler did the rest.