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Trott ton the highlight for England
Jonathan Trott bagged a century but England had to settle for a third successive stalemate in their final warm-up match against Haryana.
The tourists dominated for most of the four days and jockeyed a position to push for an unlikely victory in the final session.
But in the end, their hosts held out on 133 for six in notional pursuit of 442 to win. Trott's 101 (retired out) is England's fifth century in three fixtures before the first Test against India starts on Thursday, and their likely top seven in that match have all made at least one 50 too.
Runs have been no problem, on flat pitches, but wickets have been more of a challenge - and after a mid-afternoon declaration on 254 for seven, try as they might they were unable to overhaul that trend on perhaps the least responsive surface of all.
Minor hopes were raised for a morale-boosting win with two wickets before tea and two more soon afterwards. Stuart Meaker got rid of first-innings centurion Rahul Dewan for only 13, and Samit Patel won a second lbw verdict against Sachin Rana.
Tim Bresnan, England's likeliest wicket-taker throughout, was rewarded for his hard work and patience when the adventurous Sunny Singh went after off side runs but could only edge behind - and then Abhimany Khod registered his second single-figure score of the match when he too was caught by Matt Prior, having pushed forward in defence at the Yorkshireman.
Then Nitin Saini (50) edged Monty Panesar behind on the forward defence to make it 96 for five with more than an hour remaining - but despite an overdue wicket too for Graham Onions, it transpired the opener's 84 balls of defiance had given England too much to do.
The tourists had earlier chosen to bat on longer than most expected on the final day. Trott's first-wicket stand with Nick Compton (79) ended when the latter was caught behind down the leg side off Rana.
Ian Bell came in at number three as Kevin Pietersen chose, like his captain Alastair Cook - to allow others more batting practice after his first-innings hundred. A series of scampered singles, and two direct hits, were the nearest Haryana came to breaking the partnership as both Trott and Bell narrowly survived third-umpire run-out calls.
There was then a collector's item sighting of a Trott six, hit straight off Chanderpal Saini as he moved into the 90s, and soon afterwards he completed his four-hour century from 180 balls. England then lost four wickets for the addition of 33 runs, with ducks for previously in-form pair Patel and Pietersen, before the declaration arrived.