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Live Reporting

By Amy Lofthouse and Jack Skelton

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye!

    Stephan Shemilt's report from a thrilling day's play is over here and the TMS podcast will be available shortly.

    I mean, what on earth will tomorrow bring?

    Join us from 10:30 to find out.

    Until then...

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    Debutant Olly Stone finished with 3-29 in his first Test outing, while Sam Curran took 3-28 and Stuart Broad 3-60.

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    What is the record for the least wickets in a day the day after 20 wickets have fallen? It might happen tomorrow.

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    Ireland, in response, had their own collapse, slipping from 132-2 to 149-7, but England's collapse meant it paled in comparison.

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    Here's the scorecard...

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    And it only got worse for England. Ten days after they were crowd World Cup winners, they folded in a heap to 85 all out. They didn't even make it to lunch.

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    What Tim Murtagh did so well was prey on that lack of uncertainty in the England batsmen's games.

    I can't see the batsmen leaving the ball very often. It was tentative batting.

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    A reminder that England *won* the toss and *chose* to bat first. There was a bit of movement but nothing extravagant, and Tim Murtagh is a master of his craft.

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    Let's recap today's play. If we can.

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    Well then.

    Just the 20 wickets to fall today.

  12. Close of play

    And that is your lot for the day.

    England will resume tomorrow on 0-0, trailing by 122 runs. What a day.

  13. Eng 0-0

    Solidly plonked away by Jack Leach.

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    Final ball of the day coming up.

  15. Eng 0-0

    A solid forward defensive from Jack Leach, and he gets the biggest cheer of the day as a result.

  16. Eng 0-0

    Another probing delivery from Tim Murtagh swings past Jack Leach's outside edge.

    Two balls left...

  17. Eng 0-0

    Jack Leach gets a delivery that tickles off his pads and, needlessly, signals to Rory Burns that he won't be taking a single.

    Burns hasn't moved an inch...