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Cricket news - Live Cricket Score - England vs Australia, Day 2, 3rd Test, Headingley

Archer picked up a six-wicket haul - his maiden five-wicket haul in Tests.

OUT! Jonny Bairstow has to go. Another superb catch from Warner in the slips. Another wicket for Hazlewood. Line, length maintained by Josh all morning. Rewarded. England - 45/6

PATTINSON STRIKES! Denly's scratchy stay at the crease ends. It was a full delivery and Denly looked to drive it through covers. Ends up getting the edge to Paine. England - 45/5.

STOKES DEPARTS! Big wicket for Australia! It was full, it was wide and Stokes went after it. Another catch for David Warner in the slips. Another good one at that. England - 34/4. Pattinson with his first.

Denly off the mark after 23 balls...

Another short ball, and Burns falls for it again! Looked to pull it, but caught the glove and ended up being an easy catch for Tim Paine. Cummins gets his first. England - 20/3.

Nathan Lyon is into the attack

REVIEW! Hazlewood (almost!) has his third! Denly was trapped leg before, and was even given by the on-field umpire who thought it was gone, but a review saved him. The ball was found to be going over... The batsman survives. But this is a great start for Australia - just what they were looking for.

AND ANOTHER! This time Rootdeparts for a duck! A little bit of movement...just a little bit, and it takes the outside edge off Root's bat and he's gone for a duck. Another great catch from Warner in the slips. England - 10/2! Hazlewood with another strike!

AND OUT! Hazlewood induces the outside edge and Roy is caught in the slips by Warner. Roy had just hit a boundary and went after one just a tad wide. Was drawn into the drive and ended up with a thick outside edge. Good catch by Warner as Roy's struggles in Tests continue. England - 10/1.

Bright and sunny it is! The players are on the field Here we go. Perfect batting conditions for England here.

Welcome to Day 2 of the third Ashes Test after what turned out to be a cracking opening day! After little play was possible in the first two sessions of the opening day due to rain, the third session had enough action to make up for the lost time. Australia were bowled out for 179 after having been at 136/2 at one stage.

Jofra Archer returned a six-wicket haul to rattle the tourists and give England the advantage heading into Day 2. That that collapse did was undo all the hard work of David Warner and Marnus Labuschagne who had added 111 for the third wicket to have Australia in a position of control.

Can Australia's bowlers inflict the same damage on England's batsmen today? We'll find out in a bit. All that provides rain stays away.

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