Over 145 England 365/7 Swann 1* Bell 109*
England bring up a lead of 300 as Swann pushes Pattinson's 4th ball into the off-side for a single. Pattinson is swinging it in - the 5th ball is a beauty, it's full and straight and just comes back in. There's an appeal but it's half hearted.
Over 146 England 371/7 Swann 7* Bell 109*
Siddle continues bowling the right handed Swann who knocks the first ball delicately into the off-side. He notches up his first boundary with a dab of a drive that goes behind square down to 3rd man. He tucks up the next one into the legside. Siddle is bowling a good full length and it's tailing in a litte to the batsman at the end. Swann strokes the final ball into the covers for 2
Over 147 England 372/8 Finn 1* Swann 7*
Mitchell Starc gets the vital wicket of Ian Bell for 109. It's a beauty of a ball - full and just outside of the off - Bell feathers it behind and Aleem Dar raises his finger.
Finn who averages 11 in Test cricket gets off the mark with a single.
Swann defends out the rest of the over. England's lead is 307
Over 148 England 372/8 Swann 7* Finn 1*
Siddle continues from the Radcliffe Rd End Bowls a probing full length that is moving a way from Finn's bat just a little - Finn is wise enough to leave them all alone and play it out as a maiden
Over 149 England 374/8 Swann 9* Finn 1*
Starc bowling from the Pavilion end, he's coming around the wicket to Swann and angling it back in. The 4th one comes right back in and carves Swann in half there's an appeal but Dar is not interested - it's going well down the leg-side. The next one is the same and this time Starc is the only one appealing. "you're on your own" cry the crowd. The final ball is yorker length and dug out well by Swann - it races down towards long off for 2.
Over 150 England ALL OUT 375
Siddle to Finn who clips the first ball away through leg. Then Swann's scratchy innings comes to an end as he edges a length ball to Clarke at slip. He's out for 9 bringing Anderson as the last man to the crease.
Anderson doesn't last long as he hits the ball straight to short midwicket where Hughes snaffles the catch.
England all out for 375 a lead of 310
England lose their remaining 4 wickets in 80 minutes. They have a lead of 310 runs.
Australia's second innings
Over 1 Australia 1/0 Watson 1* Rogers 0*
Anderson bowls the first over. Just a single to the off-side from Watson. 310 to win!
Over 2 Australia 2/0 Watson 2* Rogers 0*
It is Stuart Broad who opens up from the Pavilion End. There's 3 slips and a gully. First ball is punched into the covers by Watson for a single. Second ball is leg side and nearly guided into the gloves of Prior by Rogers. Rogers edges the fifth ball but it falls a foot in front of slips. It's such a slow pitch, they need to take a step forward.
Over 3 Australia 10/0 Watson 10* Rogers 0*
Watson gets his first boundary with a flick through mid-wicket for four. This is followed up by a clip through square leg - Anderson had pitched it too far down the legside. A good start for Australia.
A word about Chris Rogers - he has 20,000 first class runs which really is a staggering amount.
Over 4 Australia 11/0 Watson 10* Rogers 1*
Broad beats Watson outside the off stump twice in two deliveries. He's bowling a 4th stump line Watson leaves alone. Promising though as Broad gets a bit of movement away from the bat..
Over 5 Australia 12/0 Rogers 2* Watson 10*
Anderson bowling to Chris Rogers, he's just drifting it a bit to the legside of the left handed Rogers who can tuck into the legside. The 4th ball is on driven down the ground but stopped by a diving Stuart Broad and they only manage one. Anderson comes over the wicket to Watson who defends away.
Over 6 Australia 20/0 Rogers 10* Watson 10*
Chris Rogers hits the 17th ball he has faced for 4 with a pull past the square leg umpire. Then chips the next one on the off side but it falls well short of mid-off. 3 slips, a gully, point, mid-off, mid-on, square leg in place.
The fourth ball is a pearler that full and straight but just moves away from Rogers bat - he plays a false shot but it only just misses the edge of his bat. The fifth ball is timed beautifully and placed well just past mid-off and it rushes away for 4. Good over for Australia.
Over 7 Australia 28/0 Watson 18* Rogers 10*
Watson squirts the second ball on the up into the off side but it drops short of gully. Anderson is bowling just outside off but they are keeping quite low. The fourth ball is timed brilliantly between mid-off and cover for four.
The final ball comes off the edge of Watson's bat bounces in front of slip, hits him on the chest and flies off for 4.
Morning Session summary
Lunch Day 4
A good morning for Australia - they dismissed England within 17 overs in the morning session. Ian Bell fell to a good delivery by Mitchell Starc that just moved a touch and was feathered into the gloves of Haddin. Swann scratched about for 9 runs before edging to Clarke in the slips and Jimmy Anderson lasted just 2 balls. England all out for 375 a lead of 310. In pursuit of the required 311, the Australian openers have started strongly 28/0
There is a hint of swing for the bowlers but it remains a very slow pitch.
Over 8 Australia 33/0 Watson 22* Rogers 11*
Welcome back. Australia need another 283 to win with 10 wickets in hand.
It's Swann who's come in to the attack from the pavilion end and you've got to feel that he is key to the outcome of this match.
There's men round the bat but Rogers works the 3rd ball into the legside and dashes a single. Final ball is hammered through the covers by Watson
Over 9 Australia 34/0 Watson 22* Rogers 12*
Anderson continues. Rogers tucks a single of the first ball. Watson is happy to leave the next few balls which are wide outside the off stump. He tries to drive the final ball but mistimes and it squirts a few centimetres to the keeper.
Over 10 Australia 35/0 Watson 22* Rogers 13*
Rogers takes an easy single off the first ball - clipped away to mid-wicket. Swann then comes in wider of the crease to Watson who can go back across and defend. Just 1 from the over.
Over 11 Australia 39/0 Watson 22* Rogers 17*
Rogers clips a ball that is back of a length for four. Then Anderson bowls much fuller and Rogers comes forward on off-stump. Anderson is fired up and a bit frustrated, he gives Rogers a glare after the 4th ball which Rogers dabs into the off-side. Thick inside edge which squirts safely into the legside for no run.
Over 12 Australia 43/0 Watson 25* Rogers 18*
Watson runs the first ball past first slip for a single. The second ball is played to midwicket for a single. The next ball is fuller and straigher, Watson gets up on his toes and plays it down towards square leg for 2. .
Over 13 Australia 43/0 Watson 25* Rogers 18*
Anderson is continuing and he's having to really bend his back, he's not getting much out of this at the moment. It should start to reverse in a few overs time.
The first 3 balls shape away and Rogers leaves them - then Anderson brings the 4th one back into Rogers but he keeps it out well. Then shapes away the last 2. Maiden by Jimmy.
Over 14 Australia 47/0 Watson 29* Rogers 18*
A very good over from Swann, the ball is keeping low and he's bowling just outside off. But Watson is solid in defence. The final ball is timed away past long on for 4 ruining an otherwise good over,
Over 15 Australia 51/0 Watson 29* Rogers 22*
Anderson to Rogers, first couple are back of length and wide of the off-stump. Rogers awkwardly defended the first one but leaves the others. 4th ball is angled towards slip but drops short and runs through past Swann for four.
Over 16 Australia 53/0 Watson 31* Rogers 22*
Australia have passed 50 with no alarm bells. Swann continues bowling to Watson who blocks out the first 5 balls then flicks the final one into square for an easy 2.
This is a bit easy for Australia at the moment
Over 17 Australia 59/0
Not much happening for England with the ball and Rogers can take 6 easy runs from the over.
Over 18 Australia 68/0 Watson 36* Swann 32*
Watson gets down on one knee and sweeps Swann's first ball for 4. Followed up by a single into the on-side. There's a four off the final ball and England are leaking runs left right and centre here.