Broad acknowledges India are in control but feels England still have an outside chance of snatching victory.
"They like to play their shots and it's quite a quick scoring ground but the way the lads bowled and fielded was a great credit to us," he said.
"They are in the driving seat after the way they've played in the last couple of days but we'll keep our heads high, we'll keep fighting as we always do and maybe a window (of opportunity) will be created at some stage.
"It's a patience game for us tomorrow. We batted poorly this morning but that gives us hope that we can take early wickets tomorrow morning on this pitch."
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