See how the first passage of play finished up for both sides at Chester-le-Street.
Australia have survived unscathed at lunch on day four at Chester-le-Street as they look to chase down 299 for their first win of the series.
Ryan Harris and the England tail were the stars of the show earlier in the day, as the first claimed career-best figures and the later score valuable runs.
England v Australia
Played at Chester-le-Street
Toss won by England
England 1st Innings 238 (A Cook 51; N Lyon 4-42)
Australia 1st Innings 270 (C Rogers 110, S Watson 68; S Broad 5-71)
England 2nd Innings (overnight: 234-5)
A. Cook c Haddin b Harris 22
J. Root b Harris 2
J. Trott c Haddin b Harris 23
K. Pietersen c Rogers b Lyon 44
I. Bell b Harris 113
J. Bairstow c Haddin b Lyon 28
T. Bresnan c and b Harris 45
M. Prior b Harris 0
S. Broad c Smith b Harris 13
G. Swann not out 30
J. Anderson c Haddin b Lyon 0
Extras (b4, lb5, w1) 10
Total (all out, 95.1 overs, 408 mins) 330
Fall of wickets: 1-17 (Root), 2-42 (Cook), 3-49 (Trott), 4-155 (Pietersen), 5-221 (Bairstow), 6-251 (Bell), 7-251 (Prior), 8-275 (Broad), 9-317 (Bresnan), 10-330 (Anderson)
Bowling: Harris 28-2-117-7; Bird 20.3-6-67-0; Watson 6.3-1-22-0; Siddle 17-4-59-0 (1w); Lyon 22.1-3-55-3; Smith 1-0-1-0;
Australia 2nd Innings (target: 299)
C. Rogers not out 5
D. Warner not out 2
Extras (b4) 4
Total (0 wkts, 5 overs, 20 mins) 11
To bat: U Khawaja, M Clarke, S Smith, S Watson, B Haddin, P Siddle, J Bird, R Harris, N Lyon
Bowling: Anderson 3-0-5-0; Broad 2-1-2-0;
Match position: Australia need a further 288 runs to win with all 10 second-innings wickets standing.