India can fight back: Chawla
Notwithstanding Indian top order's pathetic show once again after the bowlers did a decent job to restrict England to 330, leg-spinner Piyush Chawla said the hosts can still make a comeback in the fourth Test if Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni manage to put on a good session on Saturday. ‘We lost a few quick wickets but we still have two quality batsmen at the crease and they are having a good partnership (Virat Kohli and MS Dhoni) and seeing the ball really well. Let's hope for the best because the way these guys are middling the ball we could have a good session tomorrow,’ said Chawla after the second day's play on Friday. India, in reply to England's 330 in the first innings, were tottering at 87 for four with the fiery England fast bowler James Anderson having grabbed three quick wickets for 24 runs at the VCA Stadium.