Nasser Hussain to lead the presentation ceremony. Rightly, he thanks the groundstaff for producing a pitch that has provided exceptional entertainment for four days. Then we go through the medallions for the umpires, Rauf has really earned his again.
"Those 100 really mattered when we were bowling and when we were batting we were four down but couldn't see that new ball through," says Dhoni. "I felt the bowlers were tired but their batsmen played some great shots. It is a bit of a concern that we haven't made 300 and it's a continuation of the series in West Indies, we haven't really had a gap, where we were struggling.
"Right now Zaheer is out there practising but I don't really know where he is with his fitness. Injuries happen in the game but when you go down to three bowlers it's hard work on the bowlers. My form is a concern because if you are the leader you need to perform. But you have to look at your preparation and if that is right and the processes are right the form will follow.
"Inside I felt none of us felt right about it [the Bell run out]. That's what really matters, not the rules, not the spirit of the game. You want to feel good about what you've done when you go back to the dressing room. We had something similar with Laxman in the West Indies and didn't want to be in revenge for that or anything.
"Well of course we can turn it around. You have to have belief in yourself and the team."
Andrew Strauss looks plenty happier: "There have been some outstanding performances in the two Test matches," he smiles. "It was a fantastic turnaround and I'm very proud on what we've done this week. Bresnan was unlucky not to be playing in the first Test match and he keeps putting his credentials in place making it harder and harder to pick the team.
"I didn't tell Swann and Broad to do anything other than play their natural games. Bell was outstanding. To score that freely in tough conditions was outstanding. He's in the form of his life.
"It was very commendable of Dhoni, he has set a great example to myself and other captains. I like to think I would have done the same in similar circumstances.
"We don't know at this stage about Trott's fitness he's gone for a scan. The primary goal is just to win the next Test match, we'll let everything else look after itself."
Stuart Broad is named man of the match "We're delighted to go 2-0 up. It's pleasing to pick up some wickets after they were harder to come by earlier in the season. My and Swanny never need encouragement to have a bit of a slog. Of course I've now found a fuller length and it's paid off but I tend not to look back and worry. We have a lot of depth and a lot of confidence in our unit."
Righty, that's all from me, Sahil Dutta, and from Liam Brickhill, Nitin Sundar, Sidarth Monga, Siddharth Ravindran and George Binoy. We have a break before the third Test, please join us then to see if India can come back
England win by 319 runs From a first innings where England were 124 for 8 and India 267 for 4, England have ended up winning by a distance. Staggering performance, really.
What a match Stuart Broad has had. 64 to rescue England with the bat, 6 for 46 to rescue England with the ball and the last wicket as well. It might get forgotten after everything that followed but almost as good as Broad's effort was Rahul Dravid, whose first-innings century in tough conditions against a strong attack was remarkable. England's No. 3, Ian Bell, then matched Dravid's performance with a sublime century to set up the match before the bowlers finished it emphatically today. In a while, George Binoy will have a report that will explain it all, but for now check out our gallery of the day's best images.
"Not to pre-empt things, but Bresnan in tests is played 7, won 7. This is only his eighth." Bresnan has been quite under-rated thus far, but he's a good - and rapidly improving - all-round cricketer.
"Not very sensible this, surely India should be digging in for the night and hoping for rain?" Indeed, Colin, the forecast for tomorrow is not very good at all.
Alok outlines what he feels to be the "problems with Indian cricket:
1. Lack of good openers to see off the new ball/ small away the shine
2. Inability to play bounce
3. Insufficient number of practice matches
4. Player fitness
5. Lack of fast bowlers
In the past few years only 1 and 5 have been fixed to some extent with the rise of Zaheer and Sehwag. With both not playing, Indian cricket is back to its old self."
This is quite an indictment from Manoj: "with all due respect to Sehwag, I doubt if his arrival will change anything how the series goes - that's how big the gap is between two sides"
England just a wicket away from a 2-0 margin in the series. Sreesanth surely will have a smash.