Ganguly and Hussein wondering why Cook doesn't have a third man for Vijay, especially when you want to encourage him to come forward on the drive.
Vijay has left 44 percent of the deliveries he has faced in this innings.
Hands up if you thought he could play like this? Yeah, that's what I thought.
FOUR! Plunkett is full and straight and Vijay is quick to come forward and punch him down the ground between the stumps and mid-on.
Anderson appeals for an LBW against Dhoni but again there is a big inside edge.
I suppose when there is no DRS, you might as well appeal and take your chances.
Plunkett has another go at Vijay.
He is met with the full face of the bat.
Vijay tucks Plunkett off his hips and picks up a single.
Down the legside from Plunkett. England hasn't made India play enough so far.
Stokes has come on. Cook rotating his bowlers in the early going.
He is also bowling wide outside the offstump.
FOUR! Too full from Stokes and Vijay plays what has become a signature cover drive.
He promptly watches the next ball go harmlessly past him.
Plunkett continues. Dhoni and Vijay each pick up a single.
Dhoni has a waft at a short, wide one but the ball bounces over the top edge of the bat.
After 74 overs, India is 199 for 4, with Vijay on 81 and Dhoni on 16.
Their partnership is worth 76, of which Dhoni's contribution has been 16. Extras have also contributed 16.
A sharp two off the bat of MS Dhoni takes India past 200.
OUT! This was inevitable. That in between length from Plunkett and Dhoni was stuck to the crease. The ball took the edge and Bell in the slips takes a sharp catch.
MS Dhoni c Bell b Plunkett 19 (86b 2x4 0x6) SR: 22.09
India 202 for 5 now. The lead is 178.
Dhoni just doesn't have the technique to make runs on pitches where there is something for the seam bowlers in Test cricket. He pushes at the ball far too much with the bottom hand.
Stuart Binny is the new man. Will one wicket lead to two?
A wicket-maiden from Plunkett, who is doing his best Bhuvneshwar Kumar impersonation in this Test.
The new ball is four overs away so this might be h is only chance to bowl for a while.
OUT! Binny tries to hit Ali out of the ground but mistimes it and Cook takes a good catch running back from mid-off and watching the ball over his shoulder. Binny gone for a duck.
STR Binny c Cook b Ali 0 (9b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00
India now 203 for 6. Ali has taken another cheap wicket. Indian eyes light up when they see Ali but they are making a habit of giving their wickets away.
Ravindra Jadeja has come in to bat ahead of Bhuvneshwar Kumar.
Those two wickets have again swung the pendulum marginally towards England.
I don't blame Binny for playing that shot. That's the way he plays. Can't pick him and then expect him to turn into Murali Vijay.
The last three overs have cost three runs for two wickets.
Ali continues and Vijay is happy to sweep his way for a two and then a single. He has moved on to 86.
FOUR! Low full toss from Ali and Jadeja thumps him past mid-on. That was hit hard.
SAFE! Jadeja also charges Ali and slices one one high over backward point. They just can't seem to stop themselves from charging Ali.