So, England finished on 199-6. They trail Australia by 221 - and are still another 72 runs away from forcing the tourists to bat again. There is also a new ball available as soon as Australia want it.
It may be 38 years to the day since Ian Botham's heroics at Headingley, but surely the chance of victory - and a chance of regaining the Ashes - has all but gone for England, barring an utterly extraordinary final day at Taunton.
So we'll leave it there - but I hope you'll join us at 10:30 BST tomorrow. Australia have one hand and about three-and-a-half fingers on the Women's Ashes right now - we'll see if they can make it two hands by this time tomorrow. Bye for now.