England enjoy morning session against Australia

England enjoy morning session
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England move eight runs behind Australia at lunch on day three of the fourth Ashes Test in Durham.

England have enjoyed a good morning session on day three of the fourth Ashes Test against Australia in Durham.

The Aussies started the day on 222-5, but they only managed to add another 48 runs to their score before they were bowled out for 270 - giving themselves a lead of 32.

Graeme Swann dismissed Brad Haddin (13) and Chris Rogers (110), while James Anderson took out Peter Siddle (5) and Nathan Lyon (4).

The final Australian wicket to fall was Ryan Harris (28) as Stuart Broad claimed his fifth victim of the match.

England's time at the crease got off to a bad start as Joe Root (2) was bowled by Harris, but Alastair Cook (17 not out) and Jonathan Trott (5 not out) will start out in the middle after the break with the hosts eight runs behind on 24-1.

England's Matt Prior dives forward to catch the ball and dismiss Australia's Chris Rogers on day three of the fourth Ashes Test
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