Mark Stoneman was dismissed for just 18 runs as England suffered an early setback in their bid to respond to Australia's daunting 442-run total in the second Ashes Test in Adelaide.
After Shaun Marsh's unbeaten 126 piled the pressure on England, Stoneman and Alastair Cook emerged under the floodlights at the Adelaide Oval.
But the Surrey batsman, after surviving two lbw appeals from Josh Hazlewood, walked when Mitchell Starc rapped his pads in the seventh over, with the umpire's decision being upheld on review.
Marsh put on 85 with Tim Paine (57) for the sixth wicket and then 99 more for the eighth with Pat Cummins - the fourth half-century stand in Australia's first-innings 442 for eight declared after they were put in here by Joe Root.
England were stalled by a successful review each for Marsh and Paine - on 29 and 24 respectively - when James Anderson twice won an initial lbw decision.
The wicketkeeper eventually fell for 57, caught mis-pulling Craig Overton. But Marsh kept going to complete his fifth Test century in almost five-and-a-half hours from 213 balls.
The players ran for cover when rain stopped play in the 10th over.