England are all but assured victory in the third Test as their bowling attack ripped through the India order in Kolkata.
The tourists had started the day on 509-6 but they lost their remaining four wickets for a measly 17 runs as Graeme Swann, Matt Prior, James Anderson and Monty Panesar fell in quick succession.
India came out and early it looked like they were ready to battle England as Virender Sehwag (40) and Gautam Gambhir (49) got them off to a good start.
But their middle order was unable to maintain that promise and they were quickly 122-6.
Ravichandran Ashwin provided the only real resistance as he struck 82 not out and his form with the bat stopped England from winning on the third Test on day four.
India finished the day with 239-9 and a lead of 32 runs but they will, surely, be unable to hold out for an unlikely draw as England assert their dominance.