England opted to bowl first in the third Ashes Test but rain forced a delayed at Headingley.
The toss took place at 11.05am, 35 minutes later than scheduled, with England captain Joe Root opting to take advantage of dark clouds overhead and floodlit conditions in Leeds.
That meant a sold-out crowd would have to wait for their chance to see Jofra Archer, who captured the imagination in a scintillating debut at Lord's and took his place in an unchanged XI.
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 22, 2019
Marnus Labuschagne stepped in for him, as he did as a history-making substitute at Lord's, with James Pattinson replacing fellow seamer Peter Siddle and opener Cameron Bancroft dropped for Marcus Harris.