See how the second day finished at Chester-le-Street.
Chris Rogers has helped put his side on the brink of a commanding first innings lead in the fourth Test match of the current Ashes series.
Australia are just 16 runs behind England’s first innings total at stumps on day two, with Rogers’ 101 not out the stand out knock on the card to date.
England 1st Innings (overnight: 238-9)
A. Cook lbw b Bird 51
J. Root c Haddin b Watson 16
J. Trott c Khawaja b Lyon 49
K. Pietersen c Haddin b Lyon 26
I. Bell c Harris b Lyon 6
J. Bairstow lbw b Lyon 14
M. Prior lbw b Siddle 17
T. Bresnan not out 12
S. Broad c Warner b Harris 3
G. Swann c Lyon b Harris 13
J. Anderson b Bird 16
Extras (b5, lb1, w3, nb6) 15
Total (all out, 92 overs, 403 mins) 238
Fall of wickets: 1-34 (Root), 2-107 (Trott), 3-149 (Pietersen), 4-153 (Cook), 5-155 (Bell), 6-189 (Prior), 7-193 (Bairstow), 8-198 (Broad), 9-214 (Swann), 10-238 (Anderson)
Bowling: Harris 19-3-70-2 (5nb); Bird 22-9-58-2; Watson 13-6-21-1 (2w); Siddle 18-6-41-1 (1nb, 1w); Lyon 20-7-42-4;
Australia 1st Innings
C. Rogers not out 101
D. Warner b Broad 3
U. Khawaja c Prior b Broad 0
M. Clarke c Cook b Broad 6
S. Smith c Prior b Bresnan 17
S. Watson c Prior b Broad 68
B. Haddin not out 12
Extras (b2, lb11, nb2) 15
Total (5 wkts, 74.4 overs, 335 mins) 222
Fall of wickets: 1-12 (Warner), 2-12 (Khawaja), 3-49 (Clarke), 4-76 (Smith), 5-205 (Watson)
To bat: P Siddle, R Harris, J Bird, N Lyon
Bowling: Anderson 20-7-54-0; Broad 20-6-48-4 (2nb); Bresnan 16.4-3-60-1; Swann 15-5-37-0; Trott 3-0-10-0;
Match position: Australia are 16 runs behind England with five first-innings wickets standing.