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England set India 445 to win and reduced them to 112-4 on a one-sided fourth day at the Ageas Bowl.
David Saker reserved special praise for his bowlers as Alastair Cook’s men closed in on victory against India.
Stuart Broad was pleased with the performance of England's bowlers on day three of the third Test against India.
India were reduced to 323-8 in reply to England's first-innings 569-7 declared on day three of the third Test.
The ICC will hear an appeal by India's Ravindra Jadeja against a fine for breaching its code of conduct against England.
England batsman Ian Bell has been cleared of serious injury after being taken to hospital for X-rays on Tuesday morning.
Ian Bell returned to form with a century as England declared on 569-7 to take control of the third Test against India.
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