<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/jmlN4G2C7C4" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/>Two deliveries is all it took to turn this topsy-turvy game permanently in England&rsquo;s favour. Australia, on 164 for three, were cruising along to their target of 311 with skipper Michael Clarke and young gun Steven Smith at the crease. The duo had come together after half-centurion Chris Rogers had thrown his wicket away to James Anderson after a responsible knock. They had played the pace-spin combination put forth by Alastair Cook with gusto, not afraid to go for their shots. Then, it all went south.<br /> <br /> Clarke and Smith reviewed their dismissals but didn&#39;t go their way. England look favourite to clinch the first Test with just four wickets to snap and take a 1-0 lead.