• England coach Andy Flower checked his watch as play was delayed by 30 minutes by a wet outfield.
  • Ian Bell resumed his innings on 29...
  • ...as Ryan Harris removed night watchman Chris Woakes for 25 early on.
  • Brad Haddin took a superb catch to dismiss Bell for 45...
  • ...giving James Faulkner his first Test wicket.
  • Stuart Broad's middle stump was removed by Mitchell Starc just before lunch.
  • Matt Prior was unbeaten on 35 at lunch...
  • ...but fell to Faulkner for 47. The paceman also removed James Anderson and Graeme Swann.
  • Swann was the final wicket to fall, making 34, as England were all out for 377.
  • James Anderson caught and bowled David Warner for 12.
  • Shane Watson then departed for 26, caught in the deep off Swann.
  • Stuart Broad bagged Haddin for a first ball duck, caught behind, and then also removed James Faulkner.
  • Broad and Joe Root then celebrated the wicket of Ryan Harris as Australia reached tea on 111 for six and declared.
  • Root was out for 11, caught by Haddin off Harris.
  • Haddin thus broke the record for most catches in a Test series, which was 28.
  • Watson and Clarke then had to watch as Trott and Cook went on the offensive...
  • ...before Cook was trapped LBW for 34 by Faulkner.
  • Pietersen came in and went on a rampage and reached his fifty off 36 balls.
  • Harris accounted for Pietersen, who made 62 as England looked for a thrilling win.
  • Trott was trapped LBW by Faulkner for 59.

5th Test, Day 5: Eng v Aus

England coach Andy Flower checked his watch as play was delayed by 30 minutes by a wet outfield.