Bhuvi continues the hunt for his seventh wicket. Plunkett is on 39 and charges down the track only to watch the ball go past him outside offstump.
The field is spread, allowing Plunkett an easy single to deep point.
Anderson decides to have a wild slog and somewhat predictably misses everything.
India won't mind this approach.
FOUR! Anderson punches Bhuvi on the up and it just beats the diving Binny at mid-off and runs away to the boundary.
England have the lead now.
Dhoni brings on Shami instead.
Plunkett drives him to mid-on for a single.
What will Anderson do next?
The answer is he takes a single to take England to 300.
The match is still very finally balanced. If Anderson repeats his Trent Bridge heroics, that could change everything though.
Shami switches to around-the-wicket.
FOUR! Anderson stands tall and square drives Shami through the covers. He is now averaging 100 in this series.
Plunkett and Anderson have added 25 from 32 balls already.
Bhuvi to bowl his 31st over now.
FOUR! Stunning. A little width from Bhuvi and Plunkett is quick to crash him through the covers. That was worthy of a No. 3 batsman.
FOUR! And again. This time the ball flies between second slip and gully.
FIFTY FOR PLUNKETT! A single takes Plunkett to his first Test fifty. England's lower order loving India's bowling.
The lead is now 19 and this pair has added 34 together.
After 105 overs, England is 314 for 9, with Plunkett on 50 and Anderson on 19.
Time for spin. Sir RJ comes on.
Dhoni has the field spread for reasons only he understands.
RJ and India are so busy appealing for lbw they forget to field. Plunkett takes advantage and steals a couple more runs cause of a big inside edge.
Jadeja bowling to Anderson now.
OUT! Anderson decides to play the reverse sweep first ball and it settles nicely into slips hands. That came off the glove and was all a bit anti-climatic.
Anderson c Rahane b Jadeja 19 (21b 3x4 0x6) SR: 90.47
England bowled out for 319. They have a lead of 24.
How will India's top order respond? Someone needs to give Bhuvi a break from doing everything.
He was the second-highest scorer in the first innings and his 11 wickets are more than the rest of India's bowlers combined have taken.
Murali Vijay and and Shikar Dhawan are now walking out to the middle.
Can Dhawan come good today? A quick half-century would swing the match India's way.
Anderson beats Vijay with a beauty that draws him forward and then seams away considerably.
Ganguly reckons that if India gets more than 250, England will be in trouble.
Broad starts with one far, far, far outside offstump.
A thick outside edge allows Dhawan to pick up two runs and get India off the mark.