Players from both sides mostly opted to remain in their hotels as rioting and looting spread across and beyond London. England football friendly against Netherlands fell victim to UK riots but an ECB spokesman insisted the third Test at Edgbaston will go ahead as planned.
The third Test in Birmingham will be the subject of a police assessment to ensure resources will not be overstretched and they can police the game safely.
"This is pertaining to the situation in Birmingham. All the members of the Indian touring squad are safe and accounted for. The team management is keeping a close watch on the situation," Cricinfo quoted Indian team manager Anirudh Chaudhary.
Here's the list of sporting events affected by rioting in UK.
Meanwhile Daily Mail reported Chris Tremlett is out of the third Test after failing to recover from a back injury.
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