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England ‘deluded’ as 6-47 collapse puts Australia in box seat for victory and 2-0 Ashes lead

England ‘deluded’ as 6-47 collapse puts Australia in box seat for victory and 2-0 Ashes lead

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Mitchell Starc has helped bowl Australia to a 91-run first-innings lead at Lord’s after England collapsed to be all out for 325 on the third morning.

In what always loomed as a crucial session for not just the second Test but the entire Ashes series, England lost 6-47 against an Australian side missing chief spinner Nathan Lyon.

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Starc removed both Ben Stokes and Harry Brook to start the rot, before he finished with 3-88. Travis Head also claimed 2-17 to run through the tail in Lyon’s absence.

Starc’s haul came after he also had Joe Root caught on day two, in the left-arm quick’s return match following his omission from Australia’s win at Edgbaston.

England should be frustrated not only with their collapse but the way in which they threw away their wickets.

Sad sight all but confirms Australia’s worst fears for Ashes

While Stokes (17) edged off to a lovely Starc outswinger in the first over of the day, Brook only had himself to blame for his wicket.

After three separate top-order players fell attempting hook shots on the second evening, Australia again adopted a clear short-ball plan to the hosts.

Part-time spinner Travis Head helped Australia to a first-innings lead after Nathan Lyon’s calf injury. Credit: AAP

Brook obliged in trying to take it on, backing away and attempting to hit a bouncer from Starc back down the ground.

It went straight to Pat Cummins at cover, and Brook was out for an even 50.

Jonny Bairstow followed shortly after, when he hit Josh Hazlewood (2-71) to Cummins at mid on.

Hazlewood also landed another significant body blow to Stuart Broad’s jaw, and while he avoided being taken off the field he was lbw shortly after to Head.

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Ollie Robinson was too caught behind off Head, before England’s innings ended meekly with Josh Tongue (one) caught in close fending off a bouncer from Cummins (1-46).

With Australia a bowler down and a short turnaround into the next Test at Headingley, England would have benefited tremendously from keeping Australia in the field.

But instead they managed only 76.2 overs for the innings, and lost their last nine wickets in the space of 38.1 overs after being in a position of power at 1-188 shortly after Lyon went off on day two with his calf injury.

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