So Cook's used Plans A, B and C - what's plan D?
Rogers plays and misses again. But he did that 30 times on Saturday and scored a century. He doesn't care one iota
This has been a seriously impressive opening stand by Warner and Rogers. Lots of discussion in the middle - they aren't quite sure what to do
I think Broad might fancy peppering them with a bit of short stuff here.
An angsty huddle tries to decide whether to review an LBW appeal - they didn't and it was an umpire's call anyway
Well - a century opening partnership wasn't in the script.
A half hearted silly appeal from Bresnan. Mind you it's Tony Hill so it might have been worth a shout
Tea isn't till 4.45 and play can go on till 7.30
And one of those plays and misses becomes and edge to Trott in the slips.
Khawaja gets off the mark with a pull for 4 first ball
Afternoon session summary
The resumption after lunch was delayed for over an hour by a heavy shower. Australia's opening pair of Warner and Rogers frustrated England by putting on 109 runs until the partnership was finally broken when Swann found the edge of Rogers' bat. He went for 49. Warner at the other end looked very comfortable throughout even against Swann bowling out of the rough. Even after the loss of the wicket Warner continued to attack Swann ably partnered by Usman Khawaja. Australia go to tea having made a massive dent in their chase, they need another 179 to win.
Right - we are back and it's going to be a mammoth evening session of 2.5 hours
Some big turn for Swann straight after tea.
Atherton is pondering why Cook has been reluctant to bowl Root
Warner cuts away and moves on to 67* - he really has played very well.
Khawaja dead in front of all 3 stumps. Swann gets his second. But that only brings Clarke to the crease
Anderson has been ridiculously off colour. Before the Test I wrote a comment piece that he should be rested as he looked knackered. I've not seen anything this Test to suggest I was wrong
Clarke plays a flick off this legs that is an ominous sign for England - he's seeing it just fine
Anderson gets a thick edge off Clarke but it goes straight on to the ground.
Cook brings Bresnan on to replace Swann and he gets the breakthrough removing Warner with a beautiful delivery that just moves away to get the edge
It has gone very dark and I think we might be going to come off for either rain or light imminently
They're staying on but it seems darker to me than when they went off yesterday
England appeal for caught behind but Tony Hill doesn't give it. It doesn't look like he hit it to me. Daft review - he's not got any bat on that at all