Australia took lunch at 28 for no loss after bowling out England for 375 in their second innings of the first Test match at Trent Bridge on Saturday.

Australia are set a target of 311 to win the opening match of the Ashes Test.

Ian Bell, unbeaten on 95 overnight, also notched his 18th Test century soon after, before Broad’s wicket ended their potentially match-winning 138-run partnership. Not long after Broad’s wicket, Bell gave Haddin his second catch of the morning after edging Mitchell Starc to make it 371 for eight.
 
Graeme Swann and Steven Finn then fell on successive deliveries to Peter Siddle as England’s innings ended on 375, a marked improvement 218 for six that they were on Day Three.