(Note to readers: 'The Enemy Camp' will be the name for Yahoo! Cricket's coverage of the English press during India's tour of England.)
Sachin Tendulkar and night watchman Amit Mishra gave their teammates and Indian fans something to cheer about with their 144-run partnership for the fourth wicket on the last day of the four-Test series at The Oval. However, order was restored after Swann dismissed Mishra in the post-lunch session as India lost their last seven wickets for 21 runs to lose the Oval Test by an innings and eight runs as they were whitewashed 0-4 by the hosts. England have started their reign as the No. 1 Test team in style, while India has slipped to third in the rankings.
Former England player Derek Pringle writes in The Daily Telegraph that England have been consistent and are deservedly No. 1 in Tests, but tougher tests lie ahead:
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