Stuart Broad took three wickets to help England hit back on the second morning of the fourth Ashes Test in Durham.
The hosts had been bowled out for 238 after failing to add to their overnight score, James Anderson bowled by Jackson Bird with the 12th delivery of the day.
But Broad bagged the scalps of David Warner and Usman Khawaja inside seven balls then, crucially, removed captain Michael Clarke to send Australia into lunch on 75 for three.
Chris Rogers did play well, though, reaching the interval on 41 alongside Steve Smith, on 17.
The tourists would have hoped Warner, restored to the top of their order after batting well in the second innings of the third Test, would get their reply off to a flying start.
But he made just three in seven balls before Broad penetrated his defences with the final ball of the fourth over with…
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