Join Jesse Hogan for coverage of the third day's play from Chester-le-Street.nullnull
Hello and welcome to our coverage of day three of the fourth Ashes Test between England and Australia, being played at Chester-le-Street in county Durham.
Meanwhile, another Ashes series starts today: between the English and Australian women, at Wormsley in England. Southern Stars captain Jodie Fields has won the toss and has chosen to bat first in the four-day Test. Their line-up is as follows.
AUSTRALIA: Rachael Haynes, Meg Lanning, Sarah Elliott, Jess Cameron, Alex Blackwell, Jodie Fields (c), Erin Osborne, Ellyse Perry, Sarah Coyte, Megan Schutt, Holly Ferling.
For anyone who was not caught up from the overnight dispatches here's the work of our man Chris Barrett at Chester-le-Street.
Day-two match report: Rogers' century gives Australia the edge over England.
News and reaction: Rogers passed the Test of time before reaching milestone.
And the day-two view from our chief cricket columnist, Malcolm Knox: From offcut to centre stage, Rogers' innings and career has been defined by patience.
Play about to start. Tim Bresnan will resume his over, which was not finished yesterday due to bad light, and get first crack at Chris Rogers.
Rogers survives a strong appeal second ball of the day as Bresnan angled a delivery across him and ball ricocheted to second slip, but Aleem Dar correctly judged it came off his hip as he was square up rather than his outside-edge.
Graeme Swann to start from the other end.
WICKET UPHELD!! Delivery beat Haddin's inside-edge playing off the back foot, ball predicted to go on to hit middle and off stump. Gone for 13. Australia 6-224. Big blow by England, considering Australia's conspicuously long tail in this match.
WICKET!! Brad Haddin trapped leg-before by Swann in second over of day three, but the Australian wicketkeeper is challenging the decision. Looked good live.