Session 1: Australia begin struggling on 4-75, chasingm with Steve Smith on 38, Phillip Hughes on 7. After a positive start, Smith fell to James Anderson, followed by Brad Haddin, Peter Siddle and Mitchell Starc for very little to give Anderson his 14th five wickets haul in a Test. James Pattinson went to Graeme Swann to pave the way for Ashton Agar, and the rest his history breaking. Australia lead by 14 after a 112-run partnership from 128 balls.

 Second Session. Highest 10th wicket partnership in Test hisotry. Agar into the 90s. Highest score in Tests. Holed out on 98.Hughes 81 not out. Anderson 5-85. 65 lead. 163 partnership England bat. Root caught behind. Trott caught in front for a golden duck. 2-11. Starc 2-2 

Starc’s hat-trick ball flies wide and after a few half-chances England reach 50 of 157 balls. England take the lead and then survive through to stumps on 2-80 at under two an over. Starc 2-15. England lead by 15 runs. Cook 37 not out and Pietersen 35 not out.