Oh dear - the replay shows just quite how easy it was.
That's more like it - Watson throws his arms and although he doesn't time it, there's a bit more intent. he picks up two down to mid wicket
Watson mistimes a hook for a single.
8 off Broad's over
Aus 15/0 after 6 overs
Watson clatters Anderson over long on for six into row M of the OCS stand
Then two balls later flicks through mid wicket for four. He's had enough of poking and prodding - unleash the Watto
Then a thick edge to the third man boundary for 4 and the score races on to 27 off 7 overs
16 off Anderson's over
Warner goes for a massive hook - swivels 360 degrees on his feet but the ball hits the bottom of the bat and goes nowhere
Warner has given Anderson the charge
I'm not quite sure what score Australia want here - they lead by 149
Outstanding agility from Anderson to take the catch off his own bowling. Warner gone. Aus 34/1
It's James Faulkner who has come in at 3.
Faulkner definitely won't die wondering
Two runs and wicket from Anderson's over.
Swann on to bowl - with a deep square leg, a long on, a long off and a deep cover.
Trying to get them caught on the fence
Watson running through treacle nearly run out - would have been if it had been a direct hit
Watson launches down to long on where KP is who sets himself and takes the catch.
It's Brad Haddin who is coming in next
four byes through Prior's legs.
Maybe they want a lead of 200? Not that England are very likely to go and chase them
Haddin tried to run down to 3rd man but he gets an edge straight through to Prior - first ball duck
They really are trying to do something here but can't get it away and keep losing wickets. There are 54 overs left today.
APPEAL AND REVIEW
Clarke hit on the pads and Prior thinks it has hit in line. Turned down but England have reviewed. But it looks outside the line
Clarke hits with the spin - beautiful shot goes square for four
The lead is 174. They may well set England 200 off 45 overs here
SIX by Faulkner over Swann at long-on into the crowd.
Some terrible fielding by the crowd though. Butter fingers everywhere
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