FOUR! Dhawan guides one that bounces between the slips and the gully. Risky shot but he gets the result.
He follows that up with a wild slash that misses everything.
Loud shout for LBW as Anderson gets one to angle in at Vijay. Looked like it was doing a bit too much.
Vijay has taken his time to get going in each innings so far in this series. He has shown plenty of discipline and conversation.
Beauty! Anderson again gets Vijay to come forward and the ball holds its line too beat the outside edge.
Much better from England so far than in the first innings. The ball is being pitched much further up.
Anderson has switched to around the wicket to the left-handed Dhawan.
FOUR! Dhawan likes the ball angled into him and punches Broad past point.
Vijay steadfastly defends the last ball before lunch. He is still on 0 but he won't mind. India 11/0 at the break. England lead by 11.
We will be back in about half hour for the day's second session.
We are back and Murali Vijay gets off the mark with a push to long-off for a couple.
EDGE! But it doesn't carry. Anderson bowling a wonderful line to Vijay at the moment.
FOUR! Another boundary to third man for Dhawan. Comes forward and pushes at the ball and the thick outside edge goes where the fielders are not. Broad stares glassy eye-d in to the distance.
Five from the over. India trail by just five.
Anderson has a chance to bowl at Dhawan now.
Anderson getting a fair amount of seam movement away from Dhawan.
Anderson gets a little straighter and Dhawan promptly punches him down the ground. Met the ball with the full face of the bat. Didn't go all the way but Dhawan picks up three runs.
Anderson too full this time to Vijay, who gently eases the ball through mid-off. The batsmen jog three and in doing so give India the lead.
Dhawan pushes Anderson through midwicket for another couple of runs.
Anderson seems to have decided he wants to get Dhawan out the same way he did in the first innings.
As a result he is bowling too straight and Dhawan is happy to pick him off for singles and twos.
FOUR! This time Anderson is too far outside off and Dhawan doesn't miss out. The ball teases the fielder all the way to the boundary - his despairing dive coming up inches short.
Eight from the over. India humming along at 33 for no loss after 9 overs. Dhawan has 27 of those runs, Vijay just 5. This is not an equal partnership.
Time for Ben Stokes, thinks Alastair Cook.
Vijay drops his bat on it just in time though.
Bowlers bowl yorkers a lot in limited-overs cricket. Why not in Tests? There is a lot less risk in Tests when you get wrong too. Something else that escapes my comprehension.
The over passes without incident. No runs and no wickets.
Vijay decides it is time to change equipment too. Hands off his gloves and gets a new pair.
He also bowls an unremarkable maiden.
Stokes surprises Dhawan with one that bounces but India steal a run after a misfield.
Run scoring has slowed down over the last few overs.
Dhawan happy to leave when Anderson bowls outside offstump.
India in no hurry here. They will want to bat for the rest of the day and at least two sessions tomorrow as well.
After 13 overs, India is 36 for no loss, with Dhawan on 28 and Vijay on 6.
Dhawan has faced 40 balls, Vijay 38. So that tells you how both have approached their innings.
Dhawan has reached the thirties for the first time this series. Will he finally convert a start?
OUT! Dhawan slashes hard at a short, wide one but can't keep it down and Root does well to move quickly to his left and get both hands to it. Dhawan cut short again.
Dhawan c Root b Stokes 31 (45b 4x4 0x6) SR: 68.88
India 40 for 1 after 14 overs. England needed that wicket.