The hearing to decide England fast bowler James Anderson's fate on the back of a level three Code of Conduct charge will take place on 1 August, a day after the third Test against India comes to an end.
India won the second Test at Lord's by 95 runs on Monday, only their second Test win at the venue, and it was an all-round effort topped by some good captaincy, though the bowlers did more than their share, with both ball and bat.
India fast bowler Ishant Sharma was man of the match at Lord's for his seven wickets in the second innings, which led to a 95-run win for his side, but he credited skipper MS Dhoni for his success.
India spinner Ravi Jadeja has explained that wicketkeeper MS Dhoni has been standing back while keeping to him because it gives Dhoni more time to react to the way the ball moves out of the foot marks at Lord's.
India won the second Test against England at Lord's by 95 runs on Monday, with Ishant Sharma finding inspiration on a flat deck to take seven wickets as England collapsed to 223 all out in their second innings.