This could have been a shared session if Ajinkya Rahane, the man stationed at the first slip would not have caught a tough catch of Joe Root.
England team, who is probably on verge of losing the game from here was somehow made to live in a good aura and atmosphere when Haseeb Hameed and Joe Root were at the crease but a wicket just before the lunch break meant England are staring down the barrel.
Starting the day with the same old story of losing the wickets against spinners, England lost its first wicket on the eighth bowl of the day when Ravindra Jadeja, who was bored by the spin bowling of England taught them how to ball spin trapped Gareth Batty in front of the stumps off his golden arm. Jos Buttler was the next man to go when he decided to go for a hit but was caught by Ravindra Jadeja who was deployed at the cow corner.
Then came a testing and tough time for Indian bowlers as Haseeb Hameed and Joe Root stick themselves at the crease, with no movement or reaction to go back to the pavilion. It took 20 overs for Indian bowlers to get another wicket when Ajinkya Rahane pulled off a ripper to dismiss Joe TRoot.
Currently, England possesses a minimal lead of 22 runs with three wickets in hands. If and only if Chris Woakes is able to post some kind of decent total, then he can become a headache for Indian team but the form of Indian bowlers and turning tracks reflects everything in favour of the Indian team.