Mumbai - England are on the brink of a series-levelling win as India stumbled to
117 for seven at stumps on day three of the second Test on
Monty Panesar starred with the ball, taking five for 61 - and 10 in the
match - as India crumbled. Graeme Swann provided able support, finishing
the day with two wickets for 39.
The home side lead by just 31 runs with three second-innings wickets in hand.
India made 327 in their first innings, before England responded with 413 largely thanks to centuries from Kevin Pietersen (186) and Alastair Cook (122).