England captain Alistair Cook survived a dropped catch before reaching 43 and being trapped by Mitchell Starc lbw as his side look to take advantage of Australia's 60 all out on the first day of the fourth Ashes test.
Adam Lyth continued his miserable form as an England opener after he was caught behind for 14 and Ian Bell was out lbw for just one run with Starc taking all three wickets.
Joe Root came in to steady the ship as England reached 96 before losing Cook after a morning that saw Australia collapse dramatically and Stuart Broad take eight wickets for 15 runs.
Jos Buttler acknowledges England's Ashes party has become something of a damp squib at the Oval, but is holding out for rain to save them
Michael Clarke insists there are no divisions in his beaten Ashes squad
Australia have been bowled out more cheaply before, but watching this it was hard to imagine anything worse.