OUT! Against the run of play Vijay falls to Anderson. Pitched on a good length and jagged back sharply. The ball strikes Vijay on the thigh in front of the stumps and after some consideration, the umpire raises his finger.
The commentators - both Indian - think that might have been high but the man who matters was convinced.
Vijay very reluctantly drags himself from the field. Still, it was an excellent innings from Vijay and he has set up India marvelously.
Hawk-Eye shows the ball going over the stumps by some margin. In giving that decision,
Bruce Oxenford may have been suckered in by the variable bounce on this pitch and the lack of carry.
Sir RJ is the new batsman.
FOUR! He gets off the mark by pulling Ali over midwicket.
Dhoni tries to run himself out but the shy from Cook misses the non-striker's end and India get four overthrows instead.
India are 314 for 5 after 114 overs, with Dhoni on 73 and Jadeja on 4.
SIX! Jadeja is not going to hang about. Tossed up from Ali and Jadeja takes one step forward and tonks him straight down the ground. A full, free swing of the arms.
Now a conference between Cook and his bowler.
Ali has a slip and a short leg and bowls the next one quicker and flatter.
SIX! He then goes back to adding a bit of flight and Jadeja says thank you very much as he sends the ball back from whence it came and then some.
He is not mucking about, is Sir RJ.
I don't expect we will see Ali again for a while.
After the fireworks, it is Anderson to Dhoni.
All of Jadeja's runs have come from boundaries taken off Moeen Ali.
In case you were wondering.
Dhoni takes a single and Anderson gets a crack at Jadeja.
Jadeja gets a couple of short ones and turns the second to short fine leg for a single.
FOUR! After a Dhoni single, Jadeja whips Anderson off his hips to the fine leg boundary. Anderson has some choice words for the left-hander after that.
Plunkett is back into the attack.
Dhoni shapes to pull, reassess the situation, and slaps the ball to long-off.
Very different fields for Dhoni and Jadeja.
Four fielders in catching positions around the bat for Jadeja. No slip though so expect the short stuff.
Jadeja swivels and pulls Plunkett behind square for a single.
All a bit too easy for the visitors at the moment.
After 117 overs, India is 338 for 5, with Dhoni on 79 and Jadeja on 22 (from 14 balls).
Anderson beats Jadeja with a beauty that leaves the batsman. Keeper and bowler go up confidently together. The umpire is unmoved though and replays suggest it went past the edge.
Anderson gets up close and personal with Jadeja after that one. He is doing his best to get under Jadeja's skin.
One more delivery to go before lunch.
Jadeja punches if to short cover off the backfoot.
India added 83 runs in that session for the (unlucky) loss of Vijay.
India are 342 for 5 at lunch on day two, with Dhoni on 81 and Jadeja on 24
These two have added 38 from just 6 overs already and enjoy batting together. The pitch hasn't offered much to England and they will be concerned that the Test could be slipping away from them.
Vijay was unlucky to be given out lbw but his was an excellent knock and has put India in a position of strength.
England are at least a bowler short, if not two, given how ineffective Stokes and Ali have both been.
Cook will have to hunker down with this brain trust during lunch to figure out how to extract the next five Indian wickets.
We will take a roughly 30 minute break and be back in time for the second session of the day.
We are roughly five minutes away from the resumption of play.
Right, back for the second session. Dhoni is on strike and Broad will start off proceedings for England.
Dhoni guides one to third man for a single.
Edgy! A tough full outside off, Jadeja leans forward for a push but gets an outside edge to third man for a single.
Stokes will bowl from the other end.