Check out the big talking points from another gripping day in Durham.
Australia’s Chris Rogers and England’s Stuart Broad were the stars of the shows at Chester-le-Street on day two of the fourth Ashes match.
Rogers scored his maiden Test match century while Broad snared four vital and impressive wickets to keep his side in the game, despite the overall honour going to the touring side.
The left-handed Australian opener looms as the vital wicket for the England side to take early on day three, as he resumes batting with Brad Haddin, just 16 runs shy of the England first innings total.
Hear from Rogers and Broad at the end of second day’s play about their performances and how their team’s are faring.