Over 44 Australia 128/3 Clarke 7* Smith 0*
Broad to Clarke and the first ball is outside off stump left alone. Good length though. Clarke drives the second ball fine but Broad manages to stop it with one hand. He squirts the next one into the leg side where it is fielded by Jonathan Trott. The next ball is drifted on to leg stump and flicked very fine by Clarke for four through very fine leg. He fends at the next ball but just manages to get his bat away at the last second.
Over 45 Australia 132/3 Clarke 7* Smith 4*
Smith beautifully times the first ball of Anderson's 13th over square drive for 4. He pushes out the next couple into the off side. There's in swing from Anderson which Smith is just being watchful of, This pitch is painfully slow. 4 from the over.
Over 46 Australia 135/3 Clarke 10* Smith 4*
It's Swann back in to the attack. Clarke is one of the best players of spin in the world - watch how he absolutely smothers the ball. He reaches forward on the 4th ball and just paddles it behind square on the leg side to pick up 3 runs.
Over 47 Australia 138/3 Clarke 13* Smith 4*
Clarke picks up 3 runs by driving a fuller ball from Anderson who follows up with an outside off stump line. Smith isn't sure when he's going to bowl the inswinger so is watching every ball carefully.
Over 48 Australia 138/3 Clarke Smith
It is Swann continuing, Clarke props forward on the 4th ball and it pops up to cries of catch of short leg but it hasn't hit bat or glove and drops short of him. Maiden from Swann
Over 49 Australia 138/3 Clarke 13* Smith 4*
Finn, who has only bowled 3 overs this innings, has been brought into the attack from the Radcliffe Rd End. The ball is getting up a bit but Smith has time to just push them down safely into the offside. He is channeling the line outside off stump but Smith isn't being tempted to play at them. He defends the 5th ball solidly getting in line with his head over his knee. Textbook.
Over 50 Australia 142/3 Clarke 16* Smith 5*
Swann continuing. Clarke works the first ball round the corner for a single followed by a single from Smith to square leg. There's 2 from the 5th ball and Swann looks unimpressed with the fielding. Final ball is full toss that Smith tries to sweep away but he does so straight to the fielder.
Over 51 Australia 142/5 Clarke 16* Smith 5*
Finn again probing the channel outside off stump but Smith strokes the first ball firmly to point. He's happy to either leave or just push the rest into the off side. A maiden from Finn and this spell is much better from him
Over 52 Australia 144/3 Clarke 17* Smith 6*
Swann to Clarke who takes two steps down the wicket but then defends it straight back to Swann. The next ball is squirted into the off side where Cook dives to stop it. Clarke then pushes one through past the umpire at square leg for a single.
Over 53 Australia 148/3 Smith 10* Clarke 17*
A cracker of a ball from Finn 3rd ball - he gets it reversing away from the straight and Smith is in all sorts of bother - it skims past Smith's bat edge. Massive appeal 4th ball as Finn strikes Smith on pad but it's given not out and England decide against reviewing - he got a long way across and outside the line. Smith tucks the next ball into the leg side and they can scamper 2 but he finds the edge and it falls short of Swann in the slips. Smith cuts final ball away for 2
Over 54 Australia 149/3 Smith 10* Clarke 18*
Clarke is showing his class at playing spin. Just calm and solid. The 4th ball flies up in the air and is caught by Bell running across but it's come up off Smith's pad rather than bat. Not given. Smith is not coping as well with Swann as Clarke is.
Over 55 Australia 149/3 Clarke 18* Smith 11*
A very good maiden from Finn who is pitching it up
Over 56 Australia 155/3 Clarke 23* Smith 11*
FInn's first ball is sent to the boundary by Michael Clarke - the first one for more than 10 overs. it was a thick outside edge. Clarke plays the next few balls into the off side for no run and shoulders arms to the 5th and pushes the final one safely back up the pitch.
Over 58 Australia 156/3 Clarke 23* Smith 12*
Smith flicks a single off Swann from the 3rd ball. Clarke chips the final ball just short of mid-wicket although that isn't where he was aiming it. Just one from the over.
Over 59 Australia 161/4 Smith 17* Hughes 0*
Australia are over half way to their target with the loss of just 3 wickets. Broad's first ball is short and wide and crashed to the boundary by Smith.
Then Clarke feathers behind - Umpire asks 3rd umpire if it's carries, it has and then Clarke reviews it. Eventually Smith is given out but that whole malarkey took 5 minutes.
Over 60 Australia 162/5 Haddin 1* Hughes 0*
Well well well - the very next ball Swann gets Smith LBW and this is very firmly now back in England's favour. Haddin takes a single and then Hughes plays out the over. Advantage England.
Over 61 Australia 163/5 Hughes 0* Haddin 1*
The squeeze is on. Two new batsmen at the crease and there's just a leg bye off the final ball of Broad's over
Over 62 Australia 164/6 Haddin 2* Agar 0*
Hughes plays a ball from Swann that bounces and he plays with soft hands off the back foot. The 5th ball is a beauty from Swann round the wicket pitched in the rough, went on to hit Hughes straight in line. It's given not out but England review and it is pitching just inside the line and is going on to hit the stumps. Hughes goes without scoring.
Australia in trouble now. The first innings hero Agar comes to the crease at 8. He plays the first ball solidly with soft hands.
Over 63 Australia 165/6 Agar 0* Haddin 3*
Haddin takes a single from the 3rd ball of Broad's 15th over and Agar solidly plays out the rest. There are 8 overs left today.
Over 64 Australia 166/6 Haddin 4* Agar 0*
Swann to Haddin and he beats the inside edge first ball. Haddin gets well forward for the 4th ball and pushes gently into the off-side for a single. Australia will just try and get through to stumps now and then try and re-group.
Over 65 Australia 166/6 Agar 0* Haddin 4*
Broad bowling to Brad Haddin - he's bowling full and the 3rd ball nearly sneaks under the bat onto the stumps. Another maiden from Broad - his 5th
Over 66 Australia 171/6 Haddin 8* Agar 1*
Swann to Agar who takes a gentle single from the first ball before Haddin clatters a four through the covers.
Over 67 Australia 171/6 Agar 1* Haddin 8*
Anderson has come on from the Radcliffe Road End. He's bowling to Ashton Agar There's a very agricultural mow from him 3rd ball trying to smack the cover of it but misses it and swivels on the spot. He plays the next balls more calmly just prodding into the off side. A maiden from Anderson
Over 68 Australia 172/6 Agar 1* Haddin 9*
Haddin plays with the spin for the first ball and pushes a single into the midwicket area. Agar is playing the next balls from Swann watchfully and playing them late. Just the one from the over. England are squeezing.
Over 69 Australia 174/6 Agar 1* Haddin 11*
Anderson bowling to Haddin. 2 runs taken from the 3rd ball, Haddin played it late off the back foot past the slips.
Over 70 Australia 174/6 Agar 1* Haddin 11*
There are men all round the bat really crowding young Agar but he plays sensibly and then shows some intent with the 4th ball driving. Agar seems to play spin well - playing it late and gently. It's another maiden from Swann.
Over 71 Australia 174/6 Agar 1* Haddin 11*
The final over of the day will be bowled by Anderson. He bowls it to Brad Haddin who digs out a very good yorker second ball. Defends out into the off side 3rd ball. He is just determined to make it through this last over. And he does.
End of play summary
England regained the advantage as Australia closed on 174/6 still requiring 137 more runs to win this Test. The visitors lost 3 wickets late in the day - Skipper Michael Clarke caught behind off Broad, Steve Smith was adjudged LBW to Swann and Phil Hughes also LBW to Swann without scoring. Previously to that Australia had the initiative getting over half way to their target of 311 only 3 wickets down and with Michael Clarke looking solid against the spin of Swann. Late in the day the ball started turning viciously but Brad Haddin and Ashton Agar prodded Australia to 174/6 at the end of the day. In the morning session England had been bowled out for 375 within 17 overs of the start of play a lead of 311.