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England blast out India for 161 at Old Trafford to win fourth Test by an innings and 54 runs and lead the series 2-1.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni is targeting improved batting after India were bowled out cheaply in both innings in Manchester.
Ian Bell believes England are back on track as they look to establish a commanding position in the fourth Test.
England reached 237-6 - a lead of 85 - before rain brought a premature end to day two of the fourth Test against India.
England finished the opening day of the fourth Test on 113-3 after bowling India out for just 152 at Old Trafford.
Stuart Broad admitted he thought England were up against it after losing the toss in the fourth Test with India.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni admits India's only concern is the crucial fourth Test against England at Old Trafford on Thursday.
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