• England skipper Alastair Cook was presented with a silver cap in honour of his 100th Test.
  • Michael Clarke, also on 100 caps, won the toss and chose to bat, after attempting a funky handshake that Cook looked sceptical about.
  • Chris Rogers was out early, run out by a James Anderson direct hit for nine.
  • Shane Watson played some nifty shots...
  • ...but was caught in the slips off Stuart Broad for 18.
  • Cook took a great catch off Swann to remove Clarke for 24.
  • David Warner was on 49 not out at lunch.
  • He made 60 but was out to Swann, caught by Michael Carberry at backward point.
  • Kevin Pietersen took a great catch, running backwards, to get rid of George Bailey for seven.
  • Steve Smith hooked and pulled his way to a half century...
  • ...while Brad Haddin survived a few chances to reach tea on 35 not out.
  • Australia wicketkeeping legend Adam Gilchrist was inducted into the ICC Hall of Fame during the tea break.
  • Haddin hit his way to a fourth consecutive half ton, before being dismissed for 55.
  • Smith recorded his first century on home soil, off 173 balls.
  • Mitchell Johnson was on 39 at stumps, as Australia reached 326 for six.

3rd Test, Day 1: Aus v Eng

England skipper Alastair Cook was presented with a silver cap in honour of his 100th Test.