Very good catch by Prior to snaffle the ball that had come off a thick edge from Faulkner.
Australia continue to lose wickets at alarming rate
England have bowled really well and they've ruined Australia's plans
Super sweeping from Clarke takes the score to 73
If Aus do declare with a lead of 200, England will have about 45 overs to get them - England won't go for five runs an over will they? Surely not
50 overs left today - they will lose 2 for the change of innings when that comes
It is very very good humoured here today
Smith goes for the big shot over long off but Swann is down there and takes the catch.
It's Ryan Harris next
Tea is in 15 minutes - I suspect they'll declare then
Crowd sings "we're going to win 4 nil".
Australia have made a mess of this but that can happen when you are trying to go for very quick runs.
Surrey's Jason Roy is on the pitch as sub-fielder
The lead has passed 200 and there are 48 overs left.
Starc has two wild hooks but misses both of them spectacularly
Starc then sets off for a mental single, Jason Roy isn't concentrating and the run out chance is missed
Brain fade all round there
A wild yahoo from Starc brings up Australia's 100
Afternoon session summary
England's aggression continued as they tried to press the score on and give some entertainment. Matt Prior's excellent aggressive innings came to end when he was caught by Starc off Faulkner. It was Faulkner who took the two remaining England wickets firstly by removing Anderson who edged behind and then followed up by removing Graeme Swann's stump. England all out for 377. Australia made their intentions clear by changing around the batting order. They were going to try and get quick runs and set up a run chase for England.
It was Watson who returned to the top of the order with Warner the latter being quickly dismissed caught and bowled by Anderson. Watson followed with the score on 44 ct by Pietersen on the boundary. Brad Haddin got a first ball duck batting at 4 - he was caught behind by Prior. James Faulkner promoted up the order to number as a pinch hitter managed 22 runs from 22 balls before he nicked behind to Prior leaving Australia 67/4. Smith was the next man to go 4 overs later caught by Swann at long-off swiftly followed by the new man Ryan Harris bowled for 1 by Broad.
Australia moved their lead up past 200 with a single from Starc. They go into Tea with a lead of 226 runs and are likely to declare during tea giving England 44 overs to chase the runs or for them to take 10 wickets - neither of which are likely to happen
As expected Australia have declared. England need 227 to win. Australia need 10 wickets.
Cook off the mark with a cut for 4
It's just over 5 an over required to win.
Half hearted appeal from the slip cordon - Harris doesn't even appeal
This crowd are going to go NUTS if England don't keep going for these runs
And that means Haddin has broken the world record for the number of catches in a series
England aren't messing about with their batting order, Trott comes in at 3
They're still going for it.
The crowd love that.
Warner is throwing balls all over the place. He shied that one to the wrong end and Siddle had to dive to try and stop it allowing a single to turn to 3
Six from the 8th over. Still going for it.
This is actually quite exciting and not quite what I was expecting
I'm going to be honest and say that in a run chase Cook and Trott aren't the men I want at the crease
That's probably unfair but wouldn't it be marvellous if England got close to this score and it was a thrilling finish?
Four from Trott - maybe someone told him what' I'd just blogged. Lovely pull for four