Ashes 2017: Former England spinner Graeme Swann says team's senior players have done 'next to nothing'
Joe Root and Alastair Cook have done next to nothing. The shining lights have been Mark Stoneman and Dawid Malan, said Graeme Swann.
Catch all the live scores and updates from the fifth day's play of the third Test of Ashes 2017-18 from the WACA ground in Perth
Ashes 2017: Mitchell Starc cleans up James Vince with stunning delivery hailed as 'ball of the century'
Is this the ball of the century?
Hazlewood's first spell and Mitchell Starc's incisive bowling leaves England struggling to save the match
Australia lead the five-Test series 2-0 and a win in the last-ever Ashes Test to be played at the WACA Ground would see them regain the urn.
England are on the brink of another loss in Western Australia, a state where they have one 40-year-old win in 14 matches.
Ashes 2017: Australia inch closer to series victory as England's struggles continue on Day 4 of WACA Test
England's second innings got off to a dismal start when opener Mark Stoneman was caught behind from the bowling of Josh Hazlewood for just three in the second over.
For an Ashes series tipped to be decided by glowering pacemen, the opening Tests have instead served to highlight the supremacy of Australia’s spin bowling through the once criminally under-rated Nathan Lyon.
Relive the best moments from the Day 4 of the 2nd Ashes Test between Australia and England.
Ashes 2017: Late Australian wickets give England hope, but visitors likely to suffer defeat in second Test
Even if England managed to bowl Australia out for 150 with would still be second favourites to get a win. Taking time out of the game is just as important.
Ashes 2017: Australia in driver's seat with 268-run lead despite losing quick wickets in final session
In testing batting conditions the Australians struggled against the moving ball in the final twilight session as England roared back after trailing by 215 runs in the first innings.
Highlights, Australia vs England, 2nd Test at Adelaide, Day 3: Visitors fight back after a thrilling last session
Anderson steams in to bowl his 8th over on bounce. Warner has played an unchracterstic innings but a very watchful one. 9 off 42 balls. As he negates another over. They take a leg bye off the last ball with Andeson shifting back to over the wicket. Players take drinks.
After Shaun Marsh's ton, Mitchell Starc struck in the seventh over, trapping Mark Stoneman leg before wicket for 18, to leave the tourists on 29 for one when rain at the Adelaide Oval brought an early finish.
Openers David Warner and Cameron Bancroft breezed to an unbroken century stand to leave Australia needing just 56 runs to win the first Ashes Test.
From Steve Smith's century to Josh Hazlewood's exploits with the ball, photos from Day 3 of the Ashes Test
Steve Smith produced a defiant unconquered century and Josh Hazlewood claimed two wickets to leave England reeling as Australia cracked open the first Ashes Test at the Gabba on Saturday.
It isn’t fashionable, but there are times when attritional cricket can be absolutely fascinating. The pitch for the 1st Australia vs England Test is painfully slow, which has meant that both wickets and runs are hard to come by.
With his team in peril at 76 for four, Smith’s unbeaten 64 in an 89-run stand with number six Shaun Marsh gave Australia hope of reeling in England’s first innings 302 at the Gabba.
Australia's hopes rested on Smith to mount a fighting rearguard after the loss of four wickets in a faltering chase after England's first innings of 302 at the Gabba.
Catch all the live scores and updates from the 1st Ashes Test between Australia and England at The Gabba, Brisbane.