England moved to the brink of victory in the third Ashes Test after Steven Finn stole the show on day three at Edgbaston.
The hosts were bowled out for 281 early in the afternoon session as Joe Root (63) and Moeen Ali (59) both recorded half-centuries to earn them a lead of 145, before the bowlers took centre stage once again.
David Warner offered impressive resistance with a fluent 77 but the England seamers would not be denied as Finn recorded figures of 5-45 to reduce Australia to 168-7, while Stuart Broad and James Anderson took a wicket each before the latter was forced off the field with a side problem.
Peter Nevill (37*) and Mitchell Starc (7*) spared their side the embarrassment of losing inside two days, but the tourists will begin day three effectively 23-7 as England search for the win which will earn them a 2-1 lead.
Read below to find out how the drama unfolded.
He told Sky Sports: It is something I have worked on [swing bowling] over the last couple of years. It is something in the last month or so that happens to have clicked. I am bowling with better pace and have the movement with it."