10 Sep, 22:42 (IST)

So, that's end of day's play. Another good for England. The home side scalped three wickets late in the day as India are struggling at 58 for three. KL Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane end the day unbeaten on 46 and 10 respectively. Full Scorecard. 

10 Sep, 22:04 (IST)

KL Rahul, once again, is playing his shots whenever he gets an opportunity. Meanwhile, both Rahul and Ajinkya Rahane will be looking to survive today and leave out all the stress for tomorrow. 

10 Sep, 21:34 (IST)

This is getting ugly for India! They have now lost three wickets! Stuart Broad accounts for Virat Kohli. He is caught behind. England on song and India in trouble here.

10 Sep, 21:32 (IST)

Oh dear! James Anderson is on fire! He has struck in quick succession and India are two down inside three overs. Shikhar Dhawan and Cheteshwar Pujara are back in the hutch early. India off to a poor start, again. 

10 Sep, 21:06 (IST)

So, with Sam Curran's departure, England have declared their innings. The target for India is 464. India will have to battle against all the odds here. England, on the other hand, will look to scalp couple of wicket today. 

10 Sep, 21:03 (IST)

Ravindra Jadeja gets rid of Ben Stokes. He goes for 37 off 36 balls. England have decided not to declare. Meanwhile, the hosts now lead by 457 runs. 

10 Sep, 20:00 (IST)

England in pursuit of quick runs have lost couple of wickets. First Shami accounted for Bairtsow and now Jadeja removes Jos Buttler. Meanwhile, England now lead by 396 runs. 

10 Sep, 19:31 (IST)

Maiden Test wicket for Hanuma Vihari. In fact, he picks two in two balls. First, he removed England captain Joe Root and then Alastair Cook. Meanwhile, that was last time we saw Cook with bat in hand for England! He walks back with a standing ovation. 

10 Sep, 19:18 (IST)

England's lead has now gone past the 350-run mark. They must be looking to set India a target of something over 400. Meanwhile, Alastair Cook is nearing the 150-run mark and his partnership with Joe Root is worth 250 as well.

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Playing in his final Test, Alastair Cook looked solid and helped England take the upper hand in the fifth and final rubber against India despite Ravindra Jadeja's batting heroics, at the end of day 3. At close of play, Cook was unbeaten on 46 runs in his last international innings as England reached 114/2. Captain Joe Root (29 batting) was at the crease along with the veteran southpaw as the pair put on 52 runs for the third wicket to help the hosts take a 154-run lead. India vs England 2018 5th Test Live Streaming and Telecast in India: Here’s How to Watch IND vs ENG Day 4 of 5th Test Match Online and on TV

Earlier, all-rounder Jadeja, coming back into the fold, remained unbeaten on 86 while debutant Hanuma Vihari scored 56 to help the tourists trim the lead to 40 after resuming the day on 174/6. India posted 292 in reply to England's first innings total of 332.In the third and final session, Cook and Keaton Jennings (10) stretched their opening partnership to 27.

Things did not work for India as they spurned two reviews on the openers within three overs after the break. On both occasions, Jadeja (1/36) and wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant were at fault for asking skipper Virat Kohli to go for the reviews, despite the ball missing the off-stump. Hanuma Vihari Becomes 26th Indian Player to Score a Half-Century or More in Debut Innings

Mohammed Shami (1-32) then got rid of out-of-form Jennings. Cook and Moeen Ali (20) joined hands for a 35-run partnership for the second wicket and took England past 50. Jadeja did get Moeen soon after, bowling him through the gate as the ball spun a mile after kicking up from the rough.

India changed the ball on two occasions but Cook and Root used their reservior of experience to see the final overs with aplomb bringing up their 50-stand off 80 balls. (Inputs IANS).