Surely we aren't going to throw this one away. 152 runs ahead with 8 wickets remaining on a pitch that is supposed to start to deteriorate and should therefore be tricky for the Indians batting last. Good to see Jimmy Anderson back to his best and Owais Shah seems to have slotted in well showing that we have batting strength in depth now. Dean Jones said today that he recalls being told by Alan Border that there were three or four "key hours" in a Test match that generally decided the outcome. I think that the morning period tomorrow will be one of those key periods. If we bat well we should take the score beyond India's reach but if India's bowlers take a couple of key wickets their greater experience in local conditions could sway things in their favour. Talking about the Sky commentary team There will be a lot of unemployed cricket commentators around now that Channel 4 have given up cricket but I am glad to see that Michael Atherton has been snapped up by Sky as I like him a lot.