Won't take things for granted but first session crucial, says James Anderson

Anderson also said that scoring runs on the slow VCA Stadium track in Jamtha won't be easy tomorrow. "Kohli and Dhoni played extremely well yesterday, but I think we're in a pretty good position in the game. It's a pretty flat pitch and as a seam bowler you have really got to run in and give it everything to try and get anything out of it. I tried to do that yesterday.

updated: December 16, 2012 20:23 IST
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Nagpur: England are in a good position to seal the first Test series victory in India in 28 years but their paceman James Anderson says they are not taking things for granted and want to negotiate the first session of the final day carefully.

England are leading the series 2-1 and a draw result tomorrow will get them a historic series victory. England will resume their second innings at 161 for three.

"There's still a long way to go in the game. It's really important start for us tomorrow. The first hour will be crucial. If we can get through that then hopefully we can build a couple of good partnerships throughout the day and make sure the game is safe," said Anderson

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