Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin survive motor in the morning session on day two of the second Ashes Test match between Australia and England.
Australia have got themselves to 389-5 at lunch on day two of the second Ashes Test match against England in Adelaide.
Michael Clarke has reached his 26th Test century as the hosts batted themselves into a good position after coming under pressure yesterday afternoon.
Down at the other end, Brad Haddin has racked up his 15th half-century - although he was given a reprieve when cut edged Ben Stokes to Matt Prior on 51.
The 22-year-old though that he had his first Test wicket only to be denied when replays showed that he overstepped his mark, prompting the umpires to call Haddin back to the crease.
At the moment, it is the Aussies who appear in control with Clarke and Haddin's partnership standing at 132.
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