Over 10 - India 61-1 (Pujara 35, Kohli 0)WICKET! Game on!... Not quite. Sehwag attempts to put Swann over the rope, but only succeeds in picking out Pietersen, who does well to cling on at long on and not take the ball over the rope. Sehwag goes for a breezy 25. Kohli is the new man. Pujara is on strike, though, and pounces on a short ball and pulls hard to the rope. Just 16 more required
Athers' viewMichael Atherton has been in touch from Ahmedabad. His last rites: 'India did really well this morning taking the last five wickets, but that was always the fear once they came back refreshed after a night's sleep. The pitch is still decent despite England's best efforts to scuff it up and it would take something remarkable for India not to win now. If they do, then England will look back with regret at the first innings (in six Tests in Asia this winter they have been bowled out in their first innings for less than 200 four times) and that period on the evening of day 2 when they lost three quick wickets. Don't forget, too, the missed chances in the field. dropping Pujara on 8 made a big difference.'