In the fifth and final Cricket Test at the Oval, London, England had an overall lead of 154 runs against India at the draw of stumps on the third day yesterday.
The hosts were 114 for 2 in their second innings, with Alastair Cook, playing his last England innings, on 46 and skipper Joe Root on 29 at the crease.
For India, Mohammed Shami gave an early breakthrough taking the wicket of Keaton Jennings and then Jadeja dismissed Moeen Ali.
Earlier, resuming at their overnight 174 for six, India were all out for 292 in their first innings. While Ravindra Jadeja remained unbeaten on 86.