Player of the Match
Player of the Match

Stick around here for Valkerie's report, plus all the analysis and reaction from George Dobell and Daniel Brettig at the ground, but until then, it's goodnight from me and Alan - we'll see you tomorrow. And if you're heading over to the Antigua Test, remember you can watch the action by signing up for our free ESPN Player trial (Europe - excluding UK & Ire - only).

And that will be that. A topsy-turvy day of Ashes cricket at Headingley, interrupted regularly by drizzle and bad light. England's nightmare hour at the start of the extended evening session threatened to make Joe Root's decision to send Australia in look very silly indeed, as Marnus Labuschagne and David Warner scrapped hard, running purposefully and happily putting away the bad balls. But Jofra Archer, with support from Stuart Broad, precipitated a horror collapse, and turned it unequivocally into England's day.

Archer to Lyon, OUT, full, straight, given! Archer has six! Lyon was looking to nudge this into the leg side from a long way across, was trapped in front, and with no reviews left that will be that. And it was smashing into leg stump regardless, ball-tracking shows. What a turnaround for England. At drinks, Australia were cruising at 133-2, and making batting look easy, but Archer has brought about a slow-burning collapse under murky grey skies

NM Lyon lbw b Archer 1 (14m 4b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25.00

Last over of the day coming up. End change for Jofra Archer, after 17 overs at the same one

"If you needed any proof it's too dark to be playing cricket currently, there it is," chirps Alex.

Stokes to Labuschagne, OUT, horrible full toss, hit on the pad, gone! Terrible ball, Labuschagne didn't pick it up at all but has sent it upstairs... strikes him on the back pad, no bat involved, and smashing into middle stump halfway up! Bizarre end to a determined innings. Real shades of Swann to Rogers in 2013, though at least this one was actually out...

M Labuschagne lbw b Stokes 74 (215m 129b 10x4 0x6) SR: 57.36

leon w: "So how is that out? There were noises happening even before the ball got to Cummins" When the on-field decision is 'out', you can't overturn it based on that evidence

Archer to Cummins, OUT, edged, gone, and five for Archer! Reviewed very quickly by Cummins. England liked the look of it, quite full but wide of off stump and he had a waft at it. Clear spike on UltraEdge, much to Cummins' bemusement, and that's a first international five-wicket haul for Archer!

PJ Cummins c †Bairstow b Archer 0 (19m 13b 0x4 0x6) SR: 0.00

Bill: "What time can we play to tonight? 7.30?" Yup, so long as the light holds

Archer to Pattinson, OUT, edged, and gone! 86mph, full of a length, and flies to the obliging Root at first slip! No sort of a shot, just a defensive push, and minimal celebrations from the skipper

JL Pattinson c Root b Archer 2 (15m 8b 0x4 0x6) SR: 25.00

Woakes to Labuschagne, FOUR runs, length ball outside off, and a fearsome square drive through point by Labuschagne! Throws the kitchen sink at it, and is rewarded with a boundary
Woakes to Paine, OUT, wider on the crease, slightly fuller, hit on the pad, big appeal... not out, but England review. Inswinger this time, hit Paine on the knee roll, impact in-line...and crashing into the top of leg stump! That's the set-up Woakes was after, a series of outswingers and then moves one back to trap T-Paine - who didn't pick it - lbw. All of a sudden, things are going England's way...

TD Paine lbw b Woakes 11 (48m 26b 1x4 0x6) SR: 42.30

Stokes to Labuschagne, FOUR runs, squared up, fenced in the air... just beyond the reach of third slip! Burns was stood a little wide, threw himself to his right, but couldn't lay a finger on it! Four more to Labuschagne is the result

Out comes Dr Richard Saw, who's grinning as he reaches the middle, presumably just happy that he doesn't have to perform another concussion test. Lots of wincing and grimacing as Marnus gets his equipment back into place, but he's not going to be subbed off yet

Broad to Labuschagne, no run, oof, right in the spuds! Labuschagne is down... This looks to have done him more damage than the blow to the head from Archer last week! Back of a length, whirring back in past the defensive push, smack into the crown jewels

England 4th innings Partnerships

15JJ RoyRJ Burns
0JJ RoyJE Root
126JL DenlyJE Root
18JE RootBA Stokes
86JM BairstowBA Stokes
8JC ButtlerBA Stokes
8CR WoakesBA Stokes
25BA StokesJC Archer
0SCJ BroadBA Stokes
76BA StokesMJ Leach

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