<iframe width="560" height="315" src="//www.youtube.com/embed/KXDY5MdM4CI" frameborder="0" allowfullscreen="true"></iframe><br/>In an enthralling exhibition of seam bowling, Stuart Broad&#39;s spell of three for 23 has put Australia at 75 for three at lunch on Day Two of the fourth Ashes Test at Chester-le-Street, Durham. England started the day at 238 for nine and their innings finished at that score after which Australia strode out to challenge that mark. &nbsp;<br /> <br /> Although Tim Bresnan and James Anderson had scored a few quick runs late on Day One, they couldn&rsquo;t add to it this morning. Bresnan played out a maiden and Jackson Bird then got through Anderson&rsquo;s defence to bowl England out for 238.<br /> <br /> With the conditions helping the fast-bowlers, Broad was on song and troubled the left-handers a lot. David Warner opened the batting for Australia, but that move did not work as he was unsure while facing Broad. A tentative stroke led to him dragging one back on to his stumps to give England their first breakthrough. Usman Khawaja followed soon after as he couldn&rsquo;t decide whether to play or leave it. As a result, he only managed to get an inside edge to Matt Prior. Australia were 12 for two.