Pujara and Shah frustrate tourists

James Anderson

James Anderson - England add seven to their overnight 338 for six before declaring nine wickets down  

Stuart Broad

Stuart Broad - Broad, leading the tourists in place of the rested Alastair Cook, shares the new ball with James Anderson  

Kevin Pietersen, Jonny Bairstow & Samit Patel

Kevin Pietersen, Jonny Bairstow & Samit Patel - Bairstow keeps wicket in England whites for the first time while Matt Prior sits out this game  

Graham Onions

Graham Onions - Onions appeals for the wicket of Bahvin Thakkar, whom he had caught behind  

Joe Root

Joe Root - The occasional off-spinner had opener Shikhar Dawan held at slip in the over after lunch  

Monty Panesar

Monty Panesar - England cannot make another breakthrough in the afternoon session  

Jonny Bairstow & Cheteshwar Pujara

Jonny Bairstow & Cheteshwar Pujara - India's Test number three prospers as Mumbai A reach tea on 110 for two  

Graeme Swann

Graeme Swann - Swann, rested for this fixture, tries his hand at photography  

Ian Bell, Hiken Shah & Cheteshwar Pujara

Ian Bell, Hiken Shah & Cheteshwar Pujara - Mumbai A's third-wicket pair take their partnership into three figures  

Monty Panesar & England

Monty Panesar & England - Panesar, who had Cheteshwar Pujara dropped on 22, belatedly gets his man  

Hiken Shah & Ian Bell

Hiken Shah & Ian Bell - Shah continues to impress en route to 84 not out of 232 for four at stumps  

James Anderson Stuart Broad Kevin Pietersen, Jonny Bairstow & Samit Patel Graham Onions Joe Root Monty Panesar Jonny Bairstow & Cheteshwar Pujara Graeme Swann Ian Bell, Hiken Shah & Cheteshwar Pujara Monty Panesar & England Hiken Shah & Ian Bell