Indian players Cheteshwar Pujara and Jasprit Bumrah celebrate the wicket of England batsman Jos Buttler on Wednesday. NOTTINGHAM: India’s Jasprit Bumrah took four wickets as England suffered their latest batting collapse in slumping to 183 all out on the opening day of the first Test at Trent Bridge on Wednesday. Bumrah, who struck with the fifth ball of the match to remove Rory Burns for one of four ducks in the innings, took 4-46 in 20.4 overs, with fellow paceman Mohammed Shami also impressing with 3-28 in 17 overs. England captain Joe Root, who won the toss, top-scored with 64 and was the only batsman to pass 30, with Yorkshire team-mate Jonny Bairstow making 29 on his Test return. Bairstow’s exit on the stroke of tea sparked a slump that saw England lose six wickets for 22 runs. England’s 138-3 was transformed into 160-9 against an attack without Ishant Sharma and off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, both dropped following India’s loss to New Zealand in the inaugural World Test Championship final at Southampton in June. India then denied England a breakthrough to be 21-0 at stumps, with both Rohit Sharma and KL Rahul — only drafted in after Mayank Agwaral suffered a suspected concussion while batting in the nets on Monday — nine not out. Remarkably, this was a first red-ball innings this season for both Bairstow and Jos Buttler, out for nought, with both batsmen not helped by the fixture schedule. In June, England suffered a humiliating eight-wicket loss to New Zealand at Edgbaston that condemned them to a first home series loss in seven years, prompting former captain Alastair Cook to say the current top order “can’t handle” the pressure of Test cricket.