Australia bowl England out for 251 runs in their first innings of the third Ashes Test match in Perth.
Australia have bowled England out for 251 runs on day three of the third Ashes Test match in Perth.
The tourists resumed on 190-5 but could only add another 61 runs to their total, which means that they trail by 134 heading into the third innings of the contest.
Ian Bell was the first to go after Michael Clarke reviewed for lbw and hawkeye showed Ryan Harris's delivery to be on a collision course with the stumps.
Ben Stokes was sent packing after edging Mitchell Johnson behind to Brad Haddin, before Matt Prior departed in similar fashion, only this time it was Peter Siddle on the attack.
Johnson struck once again to remove Stuart Broad lbw, leaving England 229-8.
The Harris-Haddin combination worked once again as Tim Bresnan was dismissed for 21, before the innings was wrapped up with James Anderson being caught by George Bailey off the bowling of Siddle.
Result: Australia bowlers seize control in Perth >