England begin the third Test against India by taking four wickets in the morning session, leaving the tourists on 75-4 at lunch.
England's bowlers dominated the morning session in the third Test against India at Edgbaston.
Andrew Strauss won the toss this morning and decided to bowl.
Virender Sehwag was dismissed for a golden duck after a Stuart Broad delivery clipped his glove.
Umpire Steve Davis originally gave not-out but England reviewed the decision and Sehwag, who is making his first appearance in this series, was declared out.
Tim Bresnan then took the first of two wickets, bowling Gautum Gambhir for 38.
This brought Sachin Tendulkar to the crease, but he edged a Broad delivery to James Anderson at third slip after scoring just a single run.
Yorkshire bowler Bresnan then clean-bowled Rahul Dravid with the final ball before lunch to leave India on 75-4.
England win toss and choose to bowl >