India needs just one wicket to wrap up the third test against England, which the latter is leading 2-1.
Speedster Jasprit Bumrah who missed the first test due to injury, was the architect of India's good show taking four wickets once the second new ball was taken.
Earlier, in the day, all-rounder Ben Stokes and Jos Buttler frustrated the bowlers before the latter fell victim to an LBW in the second session on day 4 of the Trent Bridge test. Both Buttler and Stokes played valiantly against the Indian pacers and spinner Ravichandran Ashwin as they went to Tea with 173 for four on the board. Buttler also notched up his 9th fifty in Test cricket.