England remain on track for a test cricket series victory against India on the subcontinent.
The tourists are 161-3 heading into the fifth day of the fourth and final test in Nagpur, giving them an overall lead of 165 runs.
India have to somehow find a way to knock over the last seven England wickets, and do it in one session, if they're to give themselves any chance of chasing down a fourth innings target on a wearing pitch and squaring the series 2-2.
Resuming for the tourists today will be Jonathan Trott, on 66, and Ian Bell, who is 24 not out.
Scoring quickly on the Nagpur pitch has proven to be difficult - England scored at 2.26 runs per over in their first innings of 330, India scored at 2.27 in their first dig of 326 - but the tourists are focused on survival only and so far they are doing the job comfortably.
One more good session and the series is theirs.
Should the NZ selectors pick Jesse Ryder if he's available?