That's six for Ryan Harris as he gets Broad with a short ball.
Harris with the new ball is a beast.
Hes' taken his 3 wickets for 15 runs in 11 balls this morning
SHOT! Bresnan with a proper stand and deliver straight through midwicket. Just stood still and launched the bat at it
Bresnan has scored 5 fours off 12 balls from Bird
England have extended their lead past 250.
Swann sneaks a single off the first ball of the next over. Bresnan isn't going to mess around - he's playing it like a T20
The last 4 overs have produced 38 runs and 3 wickets.
Harris is bowling some seriously venomous short balls. Pinging Bressi
Followed by a flashing cut that flies to boundary so fast the cameraman barely has time to pick it up
Peter Siddle replaces Bird
And his first ball is hit for four by Swann.
Anything Bresnan can do Swann can do too. The ball is flying off to all parts
And another. Swashbuckling Swann
So that's it England all out for 330.
Australia need 299 to win
299 runs or 10 wickets
And it's Jimmy to Rogers
This has been an absolutely absorbing Test.
Broad's radar went a bit wonky there - ball went very wide of Prior diving to his left for 4 byes
Rogers struck on the pads but it's pitched outside leg. I don't think that's a very good review
Morning Session summary
England resumed the day with a 202 lead. Once the new ball was taken, Ryan Harris took 3 wickets for 15 runs in 11 balls to dismiss Bell, Prior and Broad to put England 8 down with a lead of 243. Tim Bresnan's range of aggressive shots saw England's lead go quickly past 250. The enslaught from Bresnan continued till he wa caught and bowled by Harris for 45 from 90 balls. Swann continued where he'd left off hitting 26 from 23 balls.
England were all out when Anderson edged behind to Haddin leaving Australia needing 299 to win. Starting their chase, Rogers and Warner got off to a steady start against Anderson and Broad scoring 11 runs from the 5 overs before lunch. Rogers survived an LBW shout when he was on 3 - England lost a referral as it was pitching outside legstump. At Lunch they still require 287 with 10 wickets in hand.
I am afraid it's raining. It was hosing down now it's just lightly raining. It's going to take a while to mop up
There's a mop up operation in action.
Bright Sunshine now - inspection at 2.10
Sadly folks it's raining again.
The covers are coming off again. Still mopping up to be done. I fear it's going to be one of those afternoons
We will start again at 2.50pm if there's no more rain. A colleague has just been up on the roof and says there's a load more heading our way
Tea will be at 4.45 - 5.05 and play can continue till 7