Yuvraj Singh followed his 59 in the first innings with a five-wicket haul to augment his chances of a Test recall.
Mumbai: Comeback man Yuvraj Singh excelled with his maiden five-wicket haul in first class cricket as England's warm-up game against India 'A' ended in a tame draw at the Brabourne Stadium on Thursday.
The 30-year-old grabbed five for 94, improving upon his previous best of three for 25, as India 'A' dismissed the visitors for 426 in their first innings but not before conceding a 57-run lead.
Yuvraj, who had scalped Kevin Pietersen and Ian Bell on Wednesday, added the wickets of Samit Patel (104), Matt Prior (51) and James Anderson (19) in the morning session today after England resumed at 286 for four.
India A scored 124 for four in 40 overs before the play was called off ahead of the scheduled close by mutual consent on the third and final day of the game.
Openers Abhinav Mukund (3) and Murali Vijay (32), Yuvraj (14) and Ajinkya Rahane (54) were the batsmen out in the home side's second innings.
The openers were claimed by Anderson while Tim Bresnan sent back Yuvraj, who has come back to top level cricket after undergoing treatment for cancer that put him out of the game for close to a year.
Rahane hit six shots to the fence before Samit Patel had him caught at slip. Captain Suresh Raina (19) and Manoj Tiwary (2) were the unbeaten batsmen at close.
Raina was lucky to be dropped on nought by Anderson at second slip off Bresnan and his stay at the crease later too was unconvincing against Bresnan's pace.
England now take on Mumbai 'A' in their second warm-up game at Navi Mumbai's D Y Patil Stadium from November 3-5 before proceeding to Ahmedabad for the third game, a four-day tie, against Haryana from November 8-11.
The opening Test of the four-match series versus India is set to commence at the Motera Stadium in Ahmedabad from November 15-19.