All results still on the table in the third Test of the series.
Australia will be out for quick runs to try and give themselves every chance of winning the third Test and keeping their hopes of an improbably series victory alive.
England avoided the follow-on early on day four before the tail wagged enough to frustrate Michael Clarke and his men, who were 24-1 at lunch, an overall lead of 183 runs.
England v Australia
Played at Old Trafford
Toss won by Australia
Australia 1st Innings 527-7 dec (M Clarke 187, S Smith 89, C Rogers 84, M Starc 66 no, B Haddin 65 no; G Swann 5-159)
England 1st Innings (overnight: 294-7)
A. Cook c Haddin b Starc 62
J. Root c Haddin b Siddle 8
T. Bresnan c Haddin b Siddle 1
J. Trott c Clarke b Harris 5
K. Pietersen lbw b Starc 113
I. Bell b Harris 60
J. Bairstow c Watson b Starc 22
M. Prior c Warner b Siddle 30
S. Broad c Haddin b Lyon 32
G. Swann c Haddin b Siddle 11
J. Anderson not out 3
Extras (b3, lb17, nb1) 21
Total (all out, 139.3 overs, 601 mins) 368
Fall of wickets: 1-47 (Root), 2-49 (Bresnan), 3-64 (Trott), 4-110 (Cook), 5-225 (Bell), 6-277 (Bairstow), 7-280 (Pietersen), 8-338 (Broad), 9-353 (Swann), 10-368 (Prior)
Bowling: Harris 31-9-82-2; Starc 27-5-76-3 (1nb); Lyon 35-12-95-1; Watson 15-7-26-0; Siddle 29.3-7-63-4; Smith 2-0-6-0
Australia 2nd innings
C. Rogers c Prior b Broad 12
D. Warner not out 12
U. Khawaja not out 0
Total (1 wkt, 7 overs, 30 mins) 24
Fall of wickets: 1-23 (Rogers)
To bat: S Watson, M Clarke, S Smith, B Haddin, P Siddle, M Starc, N Lyon, R Harris
Bowling: Anderson 3-0-13-0; Broad 3-1-10-1; Swann 1-0-1-0
Match position: Australia lead by 183 runs with nine second innings wickets standing.