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The fifth and final Test between India and England started on Friday at The Oval in London. The weather for the fifth and final day is expected to stay bright and sunny in the morning with light drizzle later in the day on Tuesday.London to have a sunny but cold morning but conditions are not likely to remain the same. Rain is predicted later in the day but unlikely to have an impact on the match. The maximum temperature may reach 23 degree centigrade.On Wednesday, maximum temperature may dip to 18 degree centigrade. It is likely to a be a cloudy day throughout the day with occasional light rain expected.The Indian cricket team look to end the England tour on a high by winning the fifth and final Test of the series at The Oval. India have already lost the series 3-1 with defeats in the first, second and fourth Tests. UK Met Office PhotoEngland capped off a brilliant day’s Test cricket by reducing India to 58 for 3 at stumps on Day 4 of the fifth and final Test after setting a 464-run target for the visitors on Monday.DAY 4 REPORT | HIGHLIGHTS | PICS | SCORECARDJames Anderson and Stuart Broad wrecked havoc in the first four overs as they removed Shikhar Dhawan, Cheteshwar Pujara and Virat Kohli in 3.2 overs to leave no chance of an Indian fightback before KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane ensured no more wickets fell in the final session.Anderson removed Dhawan and Pujara in the same over while Broad got rid of the Indian captain for a golden duck to leave India reeling at 2 for 3 at one stage.advertisementKohli thus, finished the series with 593 runs in 10 innings and will remain the highest run-scorer from either side. It was also his third first-ball duck in Test cricket.Pujara’s wicket meanwhile, helped Anderson equal Glenn McGrath’s 563 Test wickets and is expected to break the record on Tuesday while Stuart Broad (1/17) with 433 wickets is just one short of Kapil Dev’s (434 wickets).Rahul and Rahane then started the rebuilding job and added 56 runs for the fourth wicket before the close of play. But with 406 runs required on the final day and just seven wickets in hand, an embarrassing 1-4 series defeat looks imminent for India as of now.