LONDON (AFP) - India in their second innings were 80 for one against England, needing a further 378 runs to reach their victory target of 458, at stumps on the fourth day of the first Test at Lord's here on Sunday. Rahul Dravid was 34 not out and Venkatsai Laxman 32 not out. Earlier, England pacer Stuart Broad struck in his first over to claim inform Indian batsman Abhinav Mukund on Day 4 of the first Test match at Lord's on Sunday. Broad has accounted for Mukund again in the second innings. He got out the same way in the first innings. Broad delivered a back of a length angled across just outside off, Mukund hung back and stabbed at it without any feet movement, got an inside edge that clatters into middle and leg stump. India were set a target of 458 to win the match after England declared their second innings on 269 for six after tea. No side has made more in the 2,000 match history of Test cricket to win a Test in the fourth innings than the 418 for seven posted by the West Indies against Australia in Antigua in 2002/03. Matt Prior was 103 not out and Stuart Broad 74 not out, their unbroken seventh-wicket partnership worth 162 at nearly a run-a-ball, when England captain Andrew Strauss declared for the second time in the match. England were 174/6 at tea with a healthy lead of 362 runs despite a spirited Indian bowling performance. England were in some trouble at 107/6 when Broad arrived on a pair. Since then, it has been a Prior-Broad show at Lord's. They ran extremely well and collected the odd boundary to keep the pressure on India. India came back well in the first session but this partnership has put the game beyond them. Ishant Sharma spread panic in English ranks as he claimed fourth wicket post-lunch. Ishant claimed Eoin Morgan post-lunch. He banged in a well directed short one, Morgan was surprised but continued with the pull, only managed to mishit it to mid wicket where Gambhir dived forward to take it inches from the ground. England were reduced to 107 runs after the loss of six wickets. Ishant blew away the top-order as England were reduced to 72 for five in the pre-lunch session but a handy first innings lead of 188 meant that the overall lead swelled to 260. The highest ever successful chase recorded at Lord's is by West Indies way back in 1984 when they chased down the target of 344 runs based on Gordon Greenidge's epic 214. Indians bowled 26 overs in the morning session. SCOREBOARD ENGLAND 1ST INNINGS: 474-8 dec INDIA 1ST INNINGS: 286 England 2nd Innings (overnight: 5-0) A Strauss lbw b Harbhajan 32 A Cook c Dhoni b Kumar 1 J Trott b Sharma 22 K Pietersen c Dhoni b Sharma 1 I Bell c Dhoni b Sharma 0 E Morgan c Gambhir b Sharma 19 M Prior not out 103 S Broad not out 74 Extras: (b8, lb7, w2) 17 Total: (6 wkts dec, 71 overs) 269 FOW: 1-23, 2-54, 3-55, 4-55, 5-62, 6-107 Bowling: Kumar 20-2-70-1; Sharma 22-6-59-4; Harbhajan 21-1-66-1; Raina 6-1-43-0; Dhoni 2-0-16-0 India 2nd Innings A Mukund b Broad 12 R Dravid not out 34 V Laxman not out 32 Extras: (lb1, nb1) 2 Total: (1 wkt, 27 overs) 80 FOW: 1-19 Bowling: Anderson 8-0-26-0; Tremlett 8-3-22-0; Broad 6-2-12-1; Swann 5-0-19-0.