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Day 3 round-up: Dogged resistance by Joe Root and England's late order helped the hosts recover from a precarious 205 for 7 to reach 352/9 at stumps on day three to blunt the effort of Indian pacers and cut down the visitors lead to 105.
A six-wicket burst by India, thanks to Bhuvneshwar Kumar (4 for 61) and Ishant Sharma (3 for 109), after lunch left England worried, but a rearguard action by Root (78*), Stuart Broad (47 off 42) and James Anderson (23*) kept the Indian bowlers at bay in the final session.
Team India celebrates Matt Prior's wicket. (AP Photo)
But Root and Anderson dug in to deny India the final wicket. Root brought up his fifth Test half century and was 78 unbeaten, while Anderson was 23 not out.