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India v England 2nd Test day four photos

Fog delays the start of play on day four of the second Test

As on day three, the start of day four is delayed because of fog at the Punjab Cricket Association Stadium in Mohali

Fog delays the start of play on day four of the second Test

Two hours pass before the conditions improve and play gets under way at 0530 GMT with lunch scheduled to be taken at 0630 GMT

Matt Prior and Graeme Swann

Matt Prior and Graeme Swann inspect the wicket, which England return to on 282-6, a first-innings deficit of 171 runs

Matt Prior

England make the worst possible start when Prior is caught behind off the first ball of Harbhajan Singh's second over

Stuart Broad

In Harbhajan's next over Stuart Broad leaves a straight delivery that goes on to knock back his off stump

Graeme Swann

England's morning goes from bad to worse when Zaheer Khan beats Swann with an in-swinging ball that gets through the gate

Monty Panesar is caught at short leg

When Monty Panesar offers a straightforward catch to Gautam Gambhir at short leg England are 302 all out, a deficit of 151

Umpires Asad Rauf (left) and Daryl Harper

Umpires Asad Rauf (left) and Daryl Harper appear to be getting into the festive spirit in Mohali

Ian Bell

India reach 9-0 at lunch but England strike shortly after the re-start when a diving Ian Bell runs out Virender Sehwag

Rahul Dravid

Rahul Dravid seems to have taken little confidence from his first-innings century and is bowled by Broad for a 19-ball duck

England fans celebrate Rahul Dravid's dismissal

England's band of travelling fans waste no time in reminding Rahul Dravid that he failed to score a run in his innings

James Anderson celebrates

James Anderson is soon celebrating after removing Sachin Tendulkar for 5, leaving India on 44-3

Monty Panesar celebrates with Andrew Flintoff after VVS Laxman's dismissal

And there is more joy for England as VVS Laxman is run out, to reduce the home side to 80-4 midway through the final session

Yuvraj Singh, who made 39 not out by the close of play

But a typically aggressive knock from Yuvraj Singh restores India's dominance and leaves the home side poised to claim a series win



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