London: Indian bowlers restricted England batsmen to 105/4 at stumps of Day 4 with England still needing 214 more runs to win the second test at Lord's here Sunday.
Chasing a daunting 319 to win, England lost three wickets for two runs including that of struggling captain Alastair Cook for 22 going from 70-1 to 72-4.
Ishant Sharma (2/13 in 10 overs) removed seasoned Ian Bell (1) with an incutter while skipper Alastair Cook (22) did all the hardwork before fishing oustide the off-stump to give Mahendra Singh Dhoni a simple catch.
Mohammed Shami (1/20) also fared much better than the first innings removing centurion Gary Ballance (27) with an away going delivery.
At stumps on fourth day, youngsters Joe Root and Moeen Ali were at the crease batting on 14 and 15 respectively.
If India manage to pull of a win, it will be their first at the ‘Mecca of Cricket' in 28 years having last time won here in 1986.
AN Cook*, SD Robson, GS Ballance, IR Bell, JE Root, MM Ali, MJ Prior†, BA Stokes, SCJ Broad, LE Plunkett, JM Anderson
M Vijay, S Dhawan, CA Pujara, V Kohli, AM Rahane, MS Dhoni*†, RA Jadeja, STR Binny, B Kumar, I Sharma, Mohammed Shami
Here's live updates of Day 4 of second test at Lord's .