Join Jesse Hogan for ball-by-ball coverage of the third day at The Oval with England trailing Australia by 460 runs with 10 first innings wickets in hand.nullnull
Hello and welcome to our coverage of day three of the fifth and series-ending Ashes Test between England and Australia at The Oval, London.null
In case you missed the reviews of day two, here's the dispatches from our reporter at The Oval, Chris Barrett.
Day-two match report: Smith's maiden Test century lifts Australia.
Fall-out to Lehmann's controversial radio interview: ICC fine Lehmann for calling Stuart Broad a cheat.
And from our chief cricket columnist, Malcolm Knox, another great insight - into the stand-out player of day two: The unexpected rise of Steven Smith.
Meanwhile, we're not far away from a start in the second ODI between England and Australia, to help determine the women's Ashes. The Southern Stars are coming off a victory in the first ODI after the drawn Test.
Fifteen minutes until a start. Sorry, I said at the end of day-two - based on consensus - that play would start half an hour early. Sorry.
Play underway, with Peter Siddle starting against Joe Root.
Harris on from the other end.
Root gets the first boundary off the morning, waiting well on full delivery angled into him from Harris and driving between mid-on and mid-wicket to move to 17*. England 0-38.
And our now-return cricket writer Chloe Saltau gets Matthew Hayden to expand on his uncomplimentary comments regarding Australia captain Michael Clarke earlier this week: Hayden hits out at Australia's leadership void.