The visitors trail by 354 in the first innings
England were bowled out for 432 in their first innings, a lead of 354 runs, on the third day of the third Test against India at Headingley on Friday.
After resuming on 423-8, the hosts added just nine runs with Craig Overton lbw to Mohammed Shami for 32 before Ollie Robinson was bowled by Jasprit Bumrah for a duck.
England captain Joe Root, on his Yorkshire home ground, top-scored with 121 — his sixth Test century already this year.
Meanwhile the rest of England’s top four — Dawid Malan (70), Haseeb Hameed (68) and Rory Burns (61) — all made fifties.
England were already in a commanding position after dismissing India for just 78, with veteran paceman James Anderson running through the top order during a return of 3-6 in eight overs, despite the hosts being without injured quicks Stuart Broad, Jofra Archer, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood and Olly Stone.
Meanwhile, star all-rounder Ben Stokes is out of action due to mental health issues.
India lead this five-match series 1-0 after a 151-run win in the second Test at Lord’s.