India dominated England in both batting and bowling in the fourth day of the second test with the visitors looking likely to take a win tomorrow on the final day.
After going from 169-4 to 342 all out, with Murali Vijay scoring 95, Ravi Jadeja hitting 68 off 57 balls and Bhuvneshwar Kumar getting a final score of 52, the side were just as lethal with their bowling, sending Ian Bell and Alastair Cooke packing within just two runs of one another.
England ended the day on 105-4 but with the side needing 319 to win it would appear India are in the driving seat.
Should the hosts lose this test it will be their 10th loss on the trot, putting them 1-0 down with three matches to play.
England assistant coach Paul Farbrace said after the close of play: "We've got a bit to do tomorrow, but we've got two guys in who love a scrap. We've got to believe. The spirit is pretty good.
"The captain is fine, he's in there chatting to the lads who are not out. The form of the senior players isn't a concern. You win as a team and lose as a team.
"It needs one big partnership tomorrow, a couple of small ones and we've got a chance of being up there."
India's Jadeja also refused to say that his side would definitely take home the win in the next 24 hours, explaining: "We are in a good position, but we need to get them out early tomorrow. We don't want to give them runs. We have to put them under pressure.
"When I went to bat, I just wanted to play my game. I wanted to go out there and play my shots."