Thats it from us today, we will again be back tomorrow with the fourth day of the Mohali Test.
3rd Day, Stumps: England 78/4 in second innings, trail India by 56 runs.
J Root: 36*
R Ashwin: 3/19
J Yadav: 1/12
Out: Ashwin wraps Stokes on the pads but the umpires says not out. After thinking for a long time Virat Kohli asks for review. Replays showed 3 reds and the third umpire overturns on-field umpire's decision to give Stokes Out. England reeling now at 78/4
Out: 'Everytime he bowls, he gets a wicket for India'. Jayant Yadav strikes again as this time he removes Bairstow for 15. England 70/3
Huge Apppeal: The entire Indian team go up as Shami's in swinger hits Joe Root on the pads but the umpire says not out. Virat Kohli thinks about DRS for the moment before thinking otherwise. Next delivery Shami starys down the leg side and the ball races behind Parthiv Patel for 4 byes.
After Ashwin and Jadeja, Jayant Yadav and Mohammad Shami have bowled really well in tandem to keep a check on the budding partnership between Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow.
England's faith in Moeen Ali's to not throw it away batting in crises is both admirable and astonishing
OUT! R Ashwin gives India the first breakthrough. After getting two lives, Alastair Cook has been castled by the spinner for 12. England 27/1 in 14 overs. England trail by 107 runs.
Alastair Cook gets another life. This time he was give LBW off R Ashwin but he went for a review and it showed that the ball pitched outside the line of stumps. England 23/0 in 10 overs, trail India by 111 runs.
Big appeal for LBW from Ravindra Jadeja and other Indian teammates. The onfield umpire gave Alastair Cook not our but Kohli went for decision review and after a technical delay, he was given not out by the third umpire.
Alastair Cook 10928* now 10th highest run-getter in Test cricket! Just went past Steve Waugh's tally of 10927 runs#IndvEng
Play resumes after the tea break. Alastair Cook and Joe Root are opening the second innings of England in the Test. Mohammed Shami will bowl the first over. The 134-run lead gives India a big advantage.
OUT! Ben Stokes gets his fifth wicket. His first five-wicket haul. Umesh Yadav dismissed for 12. India bowled out for 417 in first innings. The hosts take 134-run lead in Mohali.
OUT! Jayant Yadav departs for 55. ben Stokes gets the wicket. India 414/9 in 137 overs.
Dropped! Alastair Cook drops a regulation catch at first slip off Ben Stokes. England have missed an easy chance to get rid of a well settled Jayant Yaday. Dropped again! This time the culprit was the wicketkeeper. Not an easy chance but it was sloppy effort. India 414/8 in 136.5 overs, lead England (283) 131 runs.
SIX! It was tossed up by Moeen Ali and Umesh Yadav uses his feet and hits it straight down the ground for a maximum. India go past 400. Jayant Yadav completes his maiden fifty with a quick single. What a crucial innings this has been for India. India 406/8, lead England (283) by 123 runs.
Jayant Yadav shapes nicely, but seriously, England? The sort of field you’d set to a Kohli? Eng playing Mohali like it’s Dunkirk.
OUT! Ravindra Jadeja's brilliant knock comes to an end. He tries to play a lofted shot and gets caught by Chris Woakes at the boundary. Adil Rashid gets his fourth wicket. India 381/8 in 123.1 overs, lead England (283) by 98 runs.
Four runs. Ravindra Jadeja hits Chris Woakes straight down the ground for a boundary. Four more. This time Jadeja hits it to deep backward point. Four runs. hat-trick of boundaries from Jaddu. After a long drought of boundaries, Jadeja hits three in a row. A dot ball by Woakes. Another boundary on the last ball of the over. 16 runs came from the over. India 379/7 in 122 overs, lead England (283) by 96 runs.
Only 14 runs have come from last 10 overs, but that would not be cause of concern for Team India. They would like Jadeja and Jayant to stay for as long as possible and give India a healthy lead. India 362/7 in 119 overs, lead England (283) by 79 runs.
Play resumes after the lunch break. Ravindra Jadeja and Jayant Yadav have put India in the driver's seat with a solid stand for the seventh wicket on day 3 in Mohali. India 358/7 in 115 overs, lead England (283) by 75 runs.
Ravindra Jadeja (68*), Jayant Yadav (24*) complete 50-run stand. India 351/7, lead England (283) by 68 runs. These back to back partnerships are hurting England's chances of making a comeback badly. They need to wrap up the hosts as soon as possible.
Day 2 roundup: Ravichandran Ashwin and Ravindra Jadeja led India's fightback after the hosts lost quick wickets in the final session as the duo propelled the team to 271 for 6 at stumps on Day 2 in Mohali on Sunday.
Ashwin (57*), who notched up his ninth Test fifty, and Jadeja (31*) added 67 runs for seventh wicket after India had slid from 148 for 2 to 204 for 6. India still trail by 12 runs in response to England's first innings total of 283.