Thursday, 31 July 2014 - 11:44
England close on win after Moeen Ali strikes twice
England moved closer to levelling the series against India with another dominant display on day four of the third Test in Southampton.
Chasing a notional 445 to win, the tourists were reduced to 112-4 at the close, with Moeen Ali taking two wickets and Joe Root one.
And England could have ended the day in an even stronger position had James Anderson clung on to a difficult return chance off Rohit Sharma, who remains on six, alongside Ajinkya Rahane (18 not out).
Earlier, Anderson took two wickets in the morning session to finish with 5-53 as India were bowled out for 330, a first-innings deficit of 239.