A classy century from Ian Bell, a belligerent half-century from Jos Buttler and a wicket from James Anderson put England in prime position on day two of the third Test against India at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton.
The battle for this week's Cricket World Player of the Week award is a close run one. Any one of six players could win the award, but it is the under-rated Ian Bell who takes it.
Bell hit two unglamorous half-centuries for England last week - both of which led to wins and helped them get back on track after a poor showing in the first part of the ODI series against New Zealand.
England successfully batted through the final day of the fourth and final Test against India in Nagpur to claim a first Test series win in India since 1985.
Centuries from Warwickshire pair Jonathan Trott (143) and Ian Bell (116 not out) ended India's feint victory hopes as England closed on 352 for four having never looked in much danger.