Michael Clarke is in all sorts of bother. He just isn't comfortable at all
And that's the end of that sorry innings. Clarke plays on to his off stump for 7
Anderson moves on to 326 Test wickets and moves past Big Bad Bob Willis
A wild flash by Smith nearly gets an edge to Prior.
There it is. Shane Watson's third Test century and his first since 2010 which came against India in Mohali. 48 innings without a century
Cook basically has a three man attack at the moment
Oh dear me - a perfect ball from Anderson moves away a touch and gets Watson's edge -off the shoulder of the bat and Cook shells it
SHOT - Smith takes one step and sends Swann straight back over his head into the Pavilion for 6
Woakes is coming back after a difficult first spell
And it's a tidy but non-threatening maiden from Woakes
Smith edges but it drops just short of slip
The run rate has dipped this afternoon, it's a little calmer. Or maybe I just ate too much at lunchtime and am feeling the post-lunch lull
That's another maiden for Woakes. This will have calmed his nerves a bit
Now the decision is when to bring Kerrigan back on again.
SHOT - lovely balance from Watson as he drives Woakes straight through extra cover
Kerrigan is on bowling to Smith - this is so important for him
First ball is fine - the second one he drops too short. He is so nervous
The last 3 balls were much better. I feel for the kid
Jason Roy is the sub fielder on his home pitch
Oh dear - a horrible horrible full toss no ball from Kerrigan.
This is serious yips from Kerrigan
Afternoon Session Summary
The afternoon began with Broad bowling a series of short balls to Clarke and Watson. The latter being hit in the jaw by one when he was on 91*. It shook him up but he batted on admirably to his century which ca,e off just 114 balls. A perfect delivery by Anderson got the shoulder of his bat when he was on 104 and a regulation slip catch was dropped by Cook.
Clarke's painful and sorry innings came to end when Anderson clipped the top of his off stump to take him past Bob Willis's wicket tally and to become the second leading English wicket taker of all time.
After a battering in the morning session both Woakes and Kerrigan returned for second spells. Woakes started his second spell with 2 maidens and bowled much tighter. Sadly Kerrigan was clearly nervous and struggling bowling long hops and full tosses. A really difficult debut for the lad.
Watson and Smith moved the score easily on to 183/3 at tea.
Back for the evening session and it's a good first over from Woakes
Two appeals from Woakes second over but both of them are sliding down leg
Smith and Watson just happy to prod around and wait for the bad ball. It's quite sedate now after being a bit manic earlier
A buzzer off the foot of Smith takes Australia on to 193/3
England are not happy at all about the shape of the ball
We've got a new ball - well it's not new - it's around 62 overs old but it's new to this game
And the new ball has reversed a bit.
Watson goes to his career best score. (129*)