It's just a single taken off of Mo's over. Both Handscomb and Marsh determined to be there still at stumps.

A leading edge from Marsh falls safely in front of cover-point. England continuing to probe away. What they need however is someone with express pace. That bit of X-Factor.

Seven overs to go in the day, and Australia have bunkered in for the night. England meanwhile seem a little bit bereft of ideas at present.

Stuart Broad back into the attack with 5 overs to the new ball. 6 overs left in the day.

Marsh whips one away of his legs, and despite magnificent work on the boundary by Overton on the boundary rope he can't stop himself touching the rope and it's a four to Marsh who moves to 14

Lovely shot from Marsh down the ground, but it slows up towards the fence and they only get three. Deserved a boundary that shot. Australia knocking on 200's door.

Now Jimmy Anderson returns to the attack.

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.

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.

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