The match is in the balance after a competitive first day.
A shaky start for England in the second Ashes Test with Australia was settled by some fine knocks from Ian Bell, Jonathan Trott and Jonny Bairstow, to leave the match finely poised.
Bell scored 109 and Trott hit 58 as the home side recovered from being 28-3, when Alastair Cook, Joe Root and Kevin Pietersen all fell in quick succession.
Ryan Harris came into the bowling attack for the tourists to replace Mitchell Starc and took three wickets to finish the day with figures of 3-43.
Trott and Bell steadied the ship with a 99-run stand before Harris dismissed the No.3, but Bairstow joined the Warwickshire batsman at the crease for a partnership of 144.
Not that it was without problems, as Peter Siddle sent the 23-year-old’s wicket flying across the turf before a video replay showed a no ball.
Aussie skipper Michael Clarke threw all-rounder Steve Smith into the mix and the gamble paid off when the part-time bowler dismissed Bell, Bairstow and Matt Prior in quick succession.
James Anderson was sent in as night-watchman to partner Tim Bresnan and the two survived to bat on into day two with the hosts on 289-7.