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Live Reporting

Ffion Wynne and Callum Matthews

All times stated are UK

  1. Goodbye

    That's all from us today - thanks for following!

    Don't forget you can catch up with highlights of today's play on BBC Two at 19:00 BST, and you can also read Stephan Shemilt's match report.

    Join us tomorrow for all the action from day four!

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    England bowler Craig Overton on TMS: "The wicket has got slower. There is still a little bit of swing with the cloud cover, but the pitch is slow. It is not doing as much as the first day, so you've really got to be on your lengths to get the nicks and sometimes they won't carry because it is slow. It was an attritional day and we've got the new ball in the morning so hopefully we can start well, get a couple of early ones, and they are under pressure again.

    "It looked like Jonny [Bairstow] made the catch a little harder than it was! No, it was a great catch. Any slip catch is never easy, I know that from my experiences, so I'm just glad it stuck.

    "We've got to try and make them play as much as possible. Hopefully it will be cloudy tomorrow. We've just got to stick in, look to make the most of the new ball, because it will do a little bit off the surface, and then stick in for the rest of the day."

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    Michael Vaughan

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    The message I would say to the England team is just keep it really simple, keep hitting that length outside off stump, with a great deal of intensity and at Headingley, something will happen, if you are patient.

    It might take an hour. It might take an hour and half, but you have to stay patient on or around the four-stump line, bringing the batsmen forward and if you do that on a day-four wicket, with a second new ball I am pretty sure you'll create chances.

    If you start to go funky and trying to be creative, and changing angles, and lengths, then the ball may travel to all parts and you may start looking and going 'hello, this is getting into a tricky situation', just keep it really simple.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Virat Kohli won't say much in the changing room tonight, but tomorrow morning he'll say "let's bat the 90 overs today and see where we are at the end of the day".

    That will be the target of the India team.

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    Naturally there's been a lot of talk about Cheteshwar Pujara and his return to form, but Virat Kohli has also looked in the mood.

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    A reminder of just the two wickets that England took today.

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    Video caption: Rohit out for 59 following umpire's 'tough decision'
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    Michael Vaughan

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Cheteshwar Pujara will be sat in the changing room thinking 'why don't I play like that all the time?'.

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    Jonathan Agnew

    BBC cricket correspondent on Test Match Special

    James Anderson got a bit wrong to Cheteshwar Pujara early on. After that he would have been thinking 'I've opened the curtains and I can see some daylight again'.

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    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Former England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    It is intriguing how James Anderson has gone in the second innings. Hopefully he can get some rest and he'll be excited by the prospect of the new ball in the morning.

    India have calmed the threat down.

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    England are still 139 runs ahead, remember. And there's still two days left.

    So they won't be panicking yet, especially as the pitch is still holding up quite nicely for batting if they do need to bat a second time.

    Also it's worth saying that England didn't even bowl badly - but Joe Root will be hoping James Anderson can get a good night's sleep and be back on it tomorrow with the new ball.

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    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Former England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    India will be thinking about chipping away at the deficit and then seeing how they are positioned.

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    Deep Dasgupta

    Former India wicketkeeper on BBC Test Match Special

    This is what the Indian team are all about. It is just a reminder that the 78 was an aberration, it generally won't happen.

    It has been really pleasing to see how Cheteshwar Pujara got those runs. I haven't seen him pulling, cutting or playing a back-foot punch for a while. The last time that I can remember is 2018 in Southampton.

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    Cheteshwar Pujara was particularly excellent, although England didn't bowl particularly well at him and gifted a few boundaries early on.

    But he grafted hard and here's how he went to his first 50 of the series - and he'll be desperate to make it three figures tomorrow.

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    In that final hour or so, neither Kohli or Pujara looked even close to getting out. With Root forced to bowl himself and fellow spinner, Moeen Ali, due to bad light, this was the closest they could get.

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    Ebony Rainford-Brent

    Former England batter on BBC Test Match Special

    I like that Cheteshwar Pujara was positive early. He was excellent today and he's given the resistance that India needed.

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    Alison Mitchell

    BBC Test Match Special

    It has been a sterling effort from Cheteshwar Pujara, with his back against the wall.

  17. Close of play - Ind 215-2

    So there it is. Joe Root asks the umpires if he can bowl his seamers with the new ball, they say no, it's too dark - so the players come off.

    Cheteshwar Pujara leaves the field 91 not out, and Virat Kohli has a series best of 45.

    India still trail by 139 runs.

  18. Ind 215-2

    Trail by 139

    A misfield gifts Kohli a run, Jonny Bairstow beaten by the spin at midwicket.

    And next ball, Pujara drives gloriously for two out to cover and poor, tired Craig Overton pulls out a big dive to intercept it.