KEEPING LORD'S WORLD CLASS
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Tim Bresnan successfully negotiaties the final ball of the day into the off side and the umpire knocks the bails on to the ground to signify the close of play. Another amazing day's play with 16 wickets falling. We've had David Cameron, Jack Whitehall, Boris Johnson and Mick Jagger here to enjoy the action and there will be more rock and roll tomorrow. See you then.
Yesterday's hero Steve Smith will bowl the final over of the day.
Sixteen wickets have fallen today so far. I would encourage you all to catch the highlights later!
Peter Siddle has figures of 3 wickets for 4 runs at present. Is he going to be the next man on to the Honours Boards?
Pieterson plays a very loose shot and drives striaght to Chris Rogers at point. Could Australia be wrestling their way back into the match?
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