Aug 12 2013
Ryan Harris took two wickets in as many deliveries before a telling counter-attack from Tim Bresnan helped England post a total of 330 - a lead of 298 - on day four at Chester-le-Street.
In his second over with the second new ball, Harris (seven for 117) saw off England centurion Ian Bell and then the out-of-form Matt Prior for a golden duck.
Both were bowled, Bell (113) off an inside-edge as he tried in vain to jam down on a delivery which kept devilishly low from a good length, and Prior unluckily off his elbow.
Bresnan responded, however, with a sudden rush of boundaries - striking three in succession off Jackson Bird during a hectic passage of play containing 38 runs and three wickets in four overs.
Harris then bounced out Stuart Broad - caught off his left glove in the gully, to end a breezy stand of 24.
Nightwatchman Bresnan might easily have been the first to go this morning, for 12, when he played no shot to Bird. But Aleem Dar decided not-out lbw, and Hawk-Eye concluded umpire's call, the ball clipping the top of leg stump.
He was therefore still around to greet Broad, and then Graeme Swann as another 31 were quickly added for the ninth wicket.
Bresnan eventually fell for 45, offering a return catch to the impressive Harris, before James Anderson was caught behind by Brad Haddin off Nathan Lyon.
Australia, therefore, are chasing 299 for victory.