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Summary

  1. Cook & Jennings survive four overs
  2. India 273: Pujara 132*, Kohli 46
  3. Moeen 5-63, Broad 3-63
  4. India slip from 142-2 to 195-8
  5. Pujara & Bumrah add 46 for last wkt
  6. England won toss; lead 2-1 in series

Live Reporting

By Jamie Lillywhite and Jack Skelton

All times stated are UK

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  1. Farewell

    It all leaves the fourth Test exquisitely poised.

    Until tomorrow, you can have a read of Stephan Shemilt's report of day two.

    And check out the scorecard.

    And listen to the Test Match Special podcast.

    And look out for the highlights appearing soon on the BBC Sport website.

    See you tomorrow. Goodbye!

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    Then Cheteshwar Pujara for his excellent 132 not out...

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    Join us at 10:30 BST tomorrow to find out what target England can set India.

    For now, I'll leave you with highlights of today's two star performers.

    First, Moeen Ali with his 5-63...

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    India couldn't chase a small total against South Africa or at Edgbaston so England can ask if they can get 200, because if they can't they have lost the series. That's the pressure card England can play.

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    Moeen Ali, speaking to SKy Sports, on what would be a winning lead for England: "500?! If we can get to 300 ahead I think that would be a good lead. It will be difficult though."

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    Jamie Phillips: How Pujara batted with Bumrah is how Cook should bat with Jennings.

    Ouch.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    A problem for England as much as the batting is getting rid of the tail. It happened at Edgbaston as well. Pujara stood up and it was a wonderful innings, the perfect Test match innings.

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    Pujara added 32 with Ishant before the latter was caught at short-leg to complete Moeen's five-fer...

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    He then added 46 more with Bumrah to frustrate an increasingly desperate England before the number 11, who defended resolutely, finally fell...

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    That left Pujara unbeaten on 132 and India with a lead of 27.

    Alastair Cook and Keaton Jennings had four tricky overs left to face, but survived to the close on 6-0, trailing by 21.

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    Cheteshwar Pujara farmed the strike with first Ishant Sharma and then Jasprit Bumrah magnificently, ensuring he reached his 15th Test century and first in England...

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    Yet England had crucially not removed Cheteshwar Pujara.

    The number three was playing a majestic innings, happy to grind it out and wait for thebad ball to put away...

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    More from Moeen Ali on Sky Sports about his inconsistent form: "It is difficult but when you have a good day it feels really good. I know deep down I am not a perfect spinner but I know on my day I can bowl a side out.

    "It's the same with my batting, I am trying to get better, it's just taking a bit of time."

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    Ravichandran Ashwin then had a brain freeze, bowled by Moeen Ali trying the reverse sweep...

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    And the very next ball, Mohammed Shami played inside one that didn't turn and was skittled...

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    Ishant Sharma survived the hat-trick ball but India had fallen to 195-8 and no longer looked like establishing a first-innings lead.

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    Not long after the resumption, Moeen had Hardik Pandya lazily chipping to Joe Root at mid-wicket...

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    Then the day turned into the Moeen Ali show.

    The off-spinner, recalled for the fourth Test after a double ton and a six-for for Worcestershire, bowled well in a brief first spell.

    He then returned to strike with the final ball before tea, removing Rishabh Pant for a torturous 29-ball duck...

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    I'm concerned with Ben Stokes. He was England's best seamer, swinging it both ways at 85mph but when England had them eight down we didn't see him again. Can he only bowl at certain times? We need to know.

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    Ben Stokes' knee was such a concern that England threw the ball to Keaton Jennings before their all-rounder at one stage.

    But once Ajinkya Rahane was in, Stokes was called up and duly delivered, once again removing the India number five with a hooping inswinger...

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    And Sam Curran entered to make the decisive breakthrough, pushing it across Virat Kohli, who fended loosely at the ball and nicked off to Alastair Cook, who took a fine low catch...

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    But there were signs that Virat Kohli wasn't quite in the same form as at Trent Bridge...

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    Enter India captain and talisman Virat Kohli.

    He made an imperious start and settled in alongside Cheteshwar Pujara....

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    India started the day 19-0, trailing by 227 and Shikhar Dhawan and KL Rahul made a decent start, despite some testing bowling by James Anderson and Stuart Broad.

    But Broad persevered and made the breakthrough, trapping Rahul lbw...

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    And Broad did for both openers, drawing Dhawan forward with a full length and inducing the edge...

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