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Live Reporting

By Tom Rostance and Jack Skelton

All times stated are UK

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  1. It's Jofra's day

    And that's a wrap from day one of the third Ashes Test at Headingley.

    We had rain, bad light, a frustrating first few sessions - and then England came to life at the end to skittle Australia for 179 all out.

    Read the day's report here, and enjoy Archer's wickets below.

    See you tomorrow!

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Marnus Labuschagne played beautifully. He left the ball really well. He'll keep his place in the side even when Steve Smith comes back.

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    SMS Message: Batting in those conditions and that light, I think Australia did well to get to that score. If it's sunny tomorrow it'll be a batsman's paradise. Think England may have got away with one there after really poor bowling earlier. from Russ
    Russ
  4. How's stat?!

    Jofra Archer's Test bowling average is currently 12.36.

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    Jonathan P Budd: Strange that on a day when TMS is reviewing 1981 Australia lose 8 for 43 (Willis' figures at Headingley).

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Yorkshire people here say you tend to score a lot of runs in the last session. You have to dig in early on but then, if the sun is out, batting becomes a lot easier later on.

    England's top three have to do some donkey work against this Australia attack, get their seamers into their third and fourth spells and then cash in later.

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    Dave Rawlings: God bless Sir Jofra Archer.

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    "A handful"?

    Jim Maxwell reckons the Godfather is "pretty good".

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    Jim Maxwell

    BBC Test Match Special

    Whereas Jofra Archer was hostile at Lord's, he wasn't getting wickets with the skill we saw today. If he continues to bowl like that in helpful conditions, he's going to be a handful.

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    Neale Pye: Dear England. Well done. Now please bat for two days or more.

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    Andrew Samson

    BBC Test Match Special statistician

    Merv Hughes is the only bowler to take a Test hat-trick spread over three overs (v WI Perth 1988). Jofra Archer can join him if he takes a wicket with his first ball in the 2nd innings.

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    Never judge a wicket until both sides have batted...

  13. 'Could have been under 100 all out'

    Jim Maxwell

    BBC Test Match Special

    Australia could've been bowled out for under 100. I don't want to make any judgements on the state of the game until I've seen England bat.

    If Australia's attack bowl straight on this pitch against this England line-up, they could get them out cheaply too.

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Not many Australian batsmen got out to bad shots, it was mainly good bowling. So it could have been even worse.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    England's batsmen have to stick their hands up and say it's their job to make a big hundred and put their side really on top.

    They grabbed the last session and it's up to the team to realise that if you have a session like that, don't throw it away tomorrow. Don't let Australia back into the game, nicking off with big drives.

    This is not a ground to go looking for runs on the drive too early.

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    Paul Shawley: That bloke who was moaning at spending £200 because the game was stopped for bad light must be really cursing his luck at such an awful day's cricket.

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    Michael Vaughan

    Ex-England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    A day that looked really bad for England has ended up looking like an almost perfect day.

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    Alastair Cook

    Former England captain on BBC Test Match Special

    Joe Root will be relieved. When you win the toss and bowl in these conditions people expect you to bowl them out cheaply and up until 5.37pm when Warner was out it wasn't looking great.

    England piled in at the end, they didn't get it right for 15 overs against a brilliant partnership but when Jofra and Board came back they built a bowling partnership.

    England have dragged themselves back into a dominant position.