Let me being day four of this First Test by stating the obvious: India need to take the tenth England wicket as early as possible if they want to force a result in this Test.
Given that England scored over 300 runs yesterday, and Dhoni prefers to avoid taking risks, India will want a lead of at least 350 assuming the full fifth day to bowl England out.
India will therefore need to score pretty quickly themselves in their second innings. Will they push for the win? Or will they be content with bossing this Test and putting early pressure on England and look to crack them open later in the series?
India's bowlers put in a good shift yesterday, in particular Ishant Sharma, who sparked England's collapse.
Ishant has rightly copped a lot of stick in recent times but yesterday he bowled an excellent spell after lunch and deserved the plaudits that came his way..
Play will start in about 10 minutes
Ganguly cautions India from thinking too far ahead and ending up 50 for 3. Take it session-by-session, he says.
He also thinks it is possible to score at 8 or 10 runs an over on this pitch if quick runs are needed before a declaration. That is how good a batting strip he thinks this is.
I forgot to mention earlier, India lead by 105 runs at the moment having score 457. England start the day on 352 for 9, with James Anderson on 23 and Joe Root on 78. The paid added 54 runs last evening to frustrate India.
Seamers took the first 9 Indian wickets to fall. They have also taken the first 9 England wickets to fall.
Moeen Ali then ended India's inning with the wicket of Bhuvneshwar Kumar. Could Sir RJ end up doing the same for India?
We will have to wait to find out though. To start the day, it is Bhuvi bowling to Joe Root.
Dhoni has a third man in place. Root gets a single to point and is immediately mad at himself for giving the strike to Anderson with five balls remaining. He puts his hand up and apologises to his partner.
FOUR! The first boundary of the morning as Anderson flicks a shortish ball from Bhuvi to the midwicket fence.
Bhuvi pitches it up and pushes it across Anderson, who drives adventurously and misses everything.
Ishant has the ball at the other end, no doubt reward for his bowling yesterday.
He immediately draws and edge from Root but it doesn't come close to carrying to Dhawan at slip.
The next ball seams hard of the pitch and catches Root in the midriff. This is a very good start from Ishant.
A dab to third man fetches Root a single. He moves to 80.
Anderson gets right behind a bouncer and flat bats it straight down.
A short leg and three slips in place. Anderson is able to fend another bouncer down on the legside.
Just one wide slip for Bhuvi bowling to Root.
FOUR! Bhuvi gives Anderson some width and is crashed through point with all the panache of a top-order batsman. Atherton points out Anderson's nickname is the Burnley-Lara.
In case you were wondering h ow Anderson was on strike, Root took a single off the previous delivery, which was the third in the over.
Emboldened by that boundary. Anderson tries a premeditated swipe over the onside. The ball ends up dribbling towards the slips.
India's lead is down to 94 now. England will also want to take up as much time as possible at the crease.
Root drives through the covers and the ball is half-stopped to keep the damage to a single.
Will anyone bowl a yorker?
No. It is the bouncer that Anderson manages to fend off with a glove as he lost sight of the ball.
Finally a yorker but it is marginally off target and the edge runs away to third man. Anderson adds two runs to his total.
Anderson's highest Test score is 34.
And once again he fends off an Ishant bouncer with the middle of the bat.
Root charges Bhuvi and drives him through the covers for two runs as there sweeper on the boundary who mops up.
This is now a record 10th wicket partnership for England against India. Shades of deja vu here given what India's last-wicket pair did.
The partnership is worth 71 now, beating the previous best of 70 set by Paul Allot and Bob Willis set in 1982.
FOUR! Bhuvi drops short and Root is quick to swivel and pull him to square leg. He moves on to 88.
Bhuiv switches to bowling around-the-wicket to the left-handed Anderson.
There is a man in the crowd wearing an open-chested top and a bra. You have to love cricket in England.