Dhoni doesn't play at one that jags back from Plunkett and it strikes him high on the pad. Not out says Dharmasena. That was very high but that was also the kind of delivery Kohli looked to leave.
Dhoni chooses not to offer a shot again to one that comes back but this one hasn't come back enough.
Broad continues to appeal for LBWs that are not close to being out. Vijay struck on the back pad but this was missing legstump by a good few inches. Vijay also nicks a single.
FOUR! After all the screaming and shouting, Dhoni drives a half-volley past mid-off. There is no appeal from Broad this time.
We will be playing an extra half-hour today.
After 54 overs, India is 148 for 4. The lead is 124. Vijay is on 45 and MSD on 9
Anderson is back. One more wicket would truly set the cat among the pigeons.
FOUR! Uppish but through the gap in the covers. Vijay moves to 49.
FOUR! This one is tickled to fine leg and brings up his second fifty of the tour to go along with one hundred. Not bad from four innings.
Vijay's strike-rate is almost up to 33 now. Took him 162 balls to get to 50.
Stokes into the attack again.
Stokes beats the bat of Dhoni.
He doesn't get him out though and that is what counts.
England perhaps got carried with the short-pitched stuff. Vijay and Dhoni seem to have weathered the storm.
Only 17 percent of balls to Dhoni have been full in length. That's missing a trick.
FOUR! Anderson continues with the bouncer. India get four byes. Piror is unhappy.
Vijay and Dhoni have added 40 together to steady the innings.
Stokes continues to turn his arm over. He is into his 13th over now.
All gone a bit quiet again after that flurry of activity.
Anderson has lifted a bit of the pressure but bowling too far outside off. He has kept the runs because he has not forced the batsmen to play and not because he has been unplayable.
Dhoni walked across his stumps and Plunkett fires it in full but it seams just past legstump. Dhoni had exposed all three stumps. Strange, strange shot.
Moeen Ali has come on. Cook perhaps hoping to lull India into conceding a wicket.
A single from the last ball of the day takes India's to 169 for 4, a lead of 145. Vijay is on 59 with Dhoni on 12.
The final session has left us with a Test still in the balance. If India can double their score from here, they will be in control. If England can roll them over in the first session tomorrow, the match won't last the full five days.
India were actually in control for most of the day but the first hour after tea turned things on its head.
Kohli in particular doesn't seem to like batting in England
Pujara has come out for a word with Star Sports.
Pujara: It is evenly balanced. Our batting unit needs to put up a good show. We can put up 300 plus. We have seen some variable bounce on this wicket.
Pujara: I should have left that ball. It was outside the offstump. It was not an easy wicket to bat on. Overall, I am happy with the way I am batting. First innings, I played a patient innings and the team benefited from it. As you play more on this wicket, you will get better.
Pujara: We have seen the ball keeping low so it will challenging for them batting in the last innings. If we have runs on this board, we have a very good change of winning the game.
Pujara reckons if India gets 350, that will be enough
On that note, that is enough for the day from us. See you again tomorrow so how this all plays out.