Australia
209/4

England
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Cricket

ByTheMinCricket

That's it for the day. A nuggety 48 run partnership between Handscomb and Marsh make this day Australia's. Handscomb somehow ends up 36* Marsh meanwhile has 20* Be sure to join us for the resumption of the Test Match tomorrow morning/afternoon/evening wherever you may be.

Marsh scampers a single, so it's Handscomb to face the final two balls of the day. Handscomb shouts down to Marsh "thanks for that mate"

England take the new ball and Jimmy will bowl with it. Can they make a breakthrough in the final over of the day?

Broad as per his bowling in the night session beats Handscomb's outside edge with no reward. It's another maiden. We have one over to go and the new ball is due.

Anderson bowls a fine maiden, but Marsh survives. Two overs to go.

New ball due in 2 overs. Close of play in 3 overs. 18 balls for Australia to navigate. Having been put into bat Australia will be delighted to end up only 4 wickets down.

Not for the first time Broad beats the outside edge of Handscomb bat. But Handscomb is still there. He's now 33 not out.

Handscomb now rocks back and cuts hard for four runs. England just got to be careful, that their hard work is not thrown away with some loose overs before the close of play here.

Marsh pushes forward and he brings up the 200. Marsh has looked very solid and in good nick since he's come to the crease.

Now Jimmy Anderson returns to the attack.