India's spinners dominated the third day of the fourth Test between India and England with Ravichandran Ashwin picking up five wickets.
Joe Root defied an unpredictable pitch to make a timely return to form as a risk-free unbeaten century stabilised England on a seesaw opening day of the fourth Test against India in Ranchi.
Seamer Ollie Robinson and off-spinner Shoaib Bashir have been called up to the England team to take on India in the fourth Test in Ranchi on Friday.
Brendon McCullum insists England's best chance of turning the tide in India is to keep trusting in their methods as he resists calls to adapt despite a humbling defeat in Rajkot.
England captain Ben Stokes says they still have a "great chance" of winning the five-Test series against India and urged the squad not to let the 434-run defeat get to them.
England suffered their heaviest defeat in terms of runs in more than 80 years as a double century by Yashavi Jaiswal guided India to a 434-run win.