Session 1: Aussies wrap up the tail and Ryan Harris snares five. The standard last wicket stand came until Stuart Broad nicked one and actually got given out. 

Australia had an hour to bat before lunch and were in a good position, before Shane Watson was given and wasted a review. Australia 319 behind, 1-42

Session 2: England take control, or Australia give it to them. Chris Rogers fell to a weird full toss (that would have been overturned if reviewed), Phil Hughes nicked it and reviewed – both gone. Then they fell like flies. 7-96 at tea, 265 behind. 

Session 3: All out for 128. England decided against enforcing the follow-on and Australia showed they wanted to play after all through Peter Siddle’s snagging three wickets. 3-31. England lead by 264.

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