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Where: Lords, London
When: 10.30 (BST)
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England enter the third day at Lords in a strong position to not just win the second Test of the series, but go a long way to retaining the Ashes.
After a hectic day where 16 wickets fell for both side, it is the home side who is well on top after finishing on 31-3 with well-earned lead of 264.
The day was highlighted by another Australian batting collapse, with the team’s top-order letting their bowlers down for all of their hard work in dismissing the English side for 361.
In what might be seen as a turning point for the rest of the series, Shane Watson departed for 30 just before lunch after yet another botched decision to refer a LBW shout.
That wicket sparked a stunning collapse as the Australian side fell victim to an impressive bowling display by the Three Lions.
The visitors lost their next nine wickets for just 86 runs as they only managed to bat for just over 53 overs on a pitch that is drying rapidly, but not so much so as to offer up the demons that might suggest they contributed to the failure by so many of the Australian batsmen.
However, testament to the wild momentum swings the series has seen to date, the Australians fought back late in the evening session to claim three vital wickets.
Peter Siddle continued his excellent form from Trent Bridge to dismiss Alastair Cook (8), Jonathan Trott (0) and Kevin Pietersen (5) in quick succession.
Cook and Trott were hounded with a direct line and length before they eventually dragged the ball back on the stumps.
However, Pietersen was as much at fault for his early end to his innings as Siddle.
Twice earlier in the over he was dismissed in, the right-hander swished at deliveries outside the off-stump with the flashy leaves going close to finding an edge.
Pietersen tempted fate once too often as he reached for a ball that should have been taken by Brad Haddin behind the stumps without a shot being played.
Instead the chance flew to Steve Smith at point who pouched the catch.
While Australia still have plenty of work to do, and could still be forced to chase a record score to win at Lords, the late three wickets gave coach Darren Lehmann and his side some hope, however minor, to hold on to.
The frenetic action at Lords has seen a rush for Ashes tickets for the rest of the series, with fans rushing to secure their chance to be at the ground to witness history.