England will follow on against India after they were dismissed for 191 just before tea.
England will follow on against India after they were dismissed for 191 during the afternoon session of day three of the first Test.
India had reduced Alastair Cook's side to 110-7 but despite an improved display after lunch, England were bowled out for 191 to leave them facing a 330-run deficit when they return after tea.
Matt Prior and Tim Bresnan returned after lunch to put on 34 runs before Bresnan was caught by Virat Kohli off the bowling of Pragyan Ojha for 19.
That brought Stuart Broad to the crease and rather than try to prolong England's innings, England's vice-captain struck 25 runs off 23 balls before he was trapped lbw by Zaheer Khan.
Graeme Swann was England's last man and he came out with the intention of helping Prior to his half-century, but Prior fell two runs short as he was bowled by Ojha for his fifth wicket.
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