India took firm control of the third Test against England in Mohali by reducing the visitors to 78 for the loss of four wickets. England are still 56 runs away from India lead of 134 in the first innings. Ravindra Jadeja led India’s strong lower-order batting display with a career-best 90 and helped India make 417 in the first innings. Jayant Yadav also scored his maiden Test fifty. This was before Ashwin wrecked England’s top order by taking three wickets. Jayant Yadav picked up the other wicket. Joe Root and Gareth Batty will resume the play for England on day four.