Peter Handscomb played a handy knock of 36 while Tim Paine hit 57 runs, the highest by an Australian batsman in the Test, before the two got out in the first session as the visitors added 97 runs at tea. England crucially picked up two wickets as the match is poised interestingly. Shaun Marsh dug in and was unbeaten at tea, having scored a half-century with Mitchell Starc at the other end of the crease on Day 2 of the second Test at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday.

 Australia resumed the day at 209 for four wickets. This is the first ever day-night, pink ball Ashes Test. 
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