Paceman Peter Siddle discussed the efforts of Nathan Lyon as Australia eye a win and says the pace brigade were keen for Michael Clarke to follow on on day three. Asked to follow-on after a folding for a mediocre 149, Alastair Cook knuckled down to bat the day. He consumed 234 deliveries, most of which were blocked, left alone, prodded or nudged. He featured in promising-looking partnerships with Ian Bell, Joe Root, and Jos Buttler, but unlike Bell and Root, did not succumb to the intense examination by an accurate and varied attack. But his knock of 85 was the difference between England’s two innings in the match. VIDEO: Steven Finn speks on England’s performance in 5th Ashes 2015 Test