England fast bowler Stuart Broad suffered a tendon strain on day three of the second Test but he will continue to bowl in India's second innings.
"Stuart Broad has strained a tendon and one of the small joints in his right forefoot. The injury will be reviewed further at the end of this Test. He will continue to bowl in India's second innings," an England team spokesperson said.
The visitors face a herculean task to save the game with India leading by 398 runs at stumps on day three.
Broad was effective in his six overs on Saturday, conceding just six runs besides picking up the wicket of Indian openers Murali Vijay and Lokesh Rahul.
Image: England's Stuart Broad successfully appeals for a wicket
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