England head into the tea break with Australia on 111 for 2 on the fourth day of the first Test at Trent Bridge.
The final ball of the session saw part-time bowler, Joe Root, take the crucial wicket of Australian number 3, Ed Cowan, who was caught at slip by Warwickshire's Jonathan Trott.
Nottinghamshire bowler Stuart Broad claimed the other wicket of the session, trapping Shane Watson LBW for 46.
This morning, Warwickshire batsman Ian Bell reached his century, eventually falling to Mitchell Starc for 109. That helped England to 375 all out - a lead of 311.
Ahead of the fourth day of the first Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, the hopes of England lie with their men from the Midlands.
England and Australia will renew hostilities in the eagerly-awaited Ashes series, as the first Test gets underway today at Trent Bridge.
A look at some of the key statistics of Ashes Tests at Trent Bridge.