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England fast bowler Chris Jordan appeals unsuccessfully for the dismissal of India skipper MS DhoniReuters

India are staring at that 1-0 Test series lead being whittled down back to parity after England took complete control of the third Test in Southampton on Day 3.

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With a massive score of over 500 weighing them down, India failed to produce the goods with the bat, as they were cut down to 323 for eight, a deficit of 247 runs, while also being 47 runs adrift of saving the follow-on.

Several batsmen got off to sound starts, but none of them capitalised on it by going on to make a big hundred, with some good bowling and poor shot selection proving to be India's undoing.

"I was very disappointed with the way I got out," Rahane, who top scored for India with 54, told BCCI's official website. "We needed one big partnership and Rohit [Sharma] and I were batting so well. Unfortunately both of us got out in quick succession."

That was pretty much the case for the entire day for India, as every time they looked like grabbing a foothold in the game, England would somehow manage to pick up a wicket or two to regain firm control.

MS Dhoni needs to be the main man for India in the first session on Day 4, with the skipper currently batting on 50 not out along with Mohammed Shami. If Dhoni can forge a decent partnership with Shami and take India past the follow-on mark, then saving this Test could still very much be a possibility.

"Dhoni bhai and Shami are batting now and Shami showed what he is capable with the bat in the first Test," Rahane added. "We still have two more days to go and it will be a good game if we get a good partnership by the currently unbeaten batsmen.

"The wicket was good earlier on but as the ball got older, it became two-paced. But now they have the second new ball and while it does come on well on the bat, there is a bit of movement as well. So, the first session will be crucial. The more time we spend batting, the better it will be for us."

For England it will be about taking the final two India wickets as quickly as possible and pressing on their advantage as they look to level the five-match Test series at 1-1.

"It's going to be an important hour for us tomorrow morning to get those two wickets," Stuart Broad, who took three wickets on Day 3, told ECB's official website. "Dhoni can be hugely dangerous when he bats with the tail, so we need to come out with the same energy we had today.

"It's been a fantastic day for us I think. At the end of day four, day five, it will deteriorate nicely.

"To have got ourselves in a position like we have done is credit to the whole bowling unit - regardless of who picked up wickets, we created pressure the five of us that bowled and I think it's a rewarding day for the hard work we've put in."