It is very very very slow going. Are you still awake?
IS ANYONE STILL AWAKE?
The ball is 73 overs old and this is becoming slightly painful to watch them try and get it away
Ironic cheers from the crowd as England get a single
34 runs in nearly 20 overs. England are bogged down.
Maybe the new ball will liven things up? Because much as I worship and adore Test cricket this is absolutely painful
Huge shout for LBW against Prior - Siddle came in very wide of the crease and it looks like it is going down leg side.
It's given not out and THEY ARE REVIEWING
Blimey. Hawkeye shows it's hitting leg stump so that's Prior on his way for just 17
England are in rather big trouble here at 189/6
This is what they call in the business, a hole. And England are well in it
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Two actual runs. Actual runs. Would you Adam and Eve it
Oh my word. Bairstow given out by Hill - he's reviewed it straight away, it may not have turned back enough to be hitting the stumps.
Well this is a shambles from England.
This really isn't good enough from England. It's been soft. Australia have bowled tightly and showed discipline but it hasn't been seaming or zipping about all over the place
Every run is being cheered. This is very un England
This is horrible. That was such a loose shot from Broad. England are all over the shop
Lyon continues to Bresnan and it's another maiden. It's hard to see where England's next run is coming from.
Swann crashes Harris for four through mid-wicket and at long, long last England put 200 on the board.
Michael Clarke ignores Peter Siddle again. Jackson Bird gets the new ball - and Swann crunches him through the covers for four.
Swann's taking a liking to Bird here. The Aussie drops short and gets cut over point for another boundary.
England's bad day gets even worse as Swann hoiks Harris straight to Nathan Lyon at deep mid wicket. The procession of poor shots continues.
There's a little bit of life left in the English bats. Anderson slams Bird down the ground for four then clips a leg stump half volley to the ropes. The 'Burnley Lara' has his eye in.
Harris digs one in short but Bresnan hooks him to the vacant deep square leg boundary before helping himself to three more through mid-wicket. The tail is wagging.