Steve Smith was still there at lunch, but England hit back well in the morning session on day three of the second Ashes Test.
Rory Burns is looking forward to England "getting their own back" with the ball after Australia's aggressive bowling at Lord's.
Australia spinner Nathan Lyon plays down matching Dennis Lillee for Test wickets, saying: "I'm just some guy trying to bowl off-breaks."
Josh Hazlewood was left out of Australia's win at Edgbaston in the first Ashes Test but he made the most of his recall at Lord's.
England were 201-6 at tea on day two of the second Ashes Test at Lord's as Australia took advantage of winning the toss.
Dan Biggar, James Davies and Jake Ball come into the Wales side as they eye revenge against England in Cardiff.
England's squad are aware the hard work in preparation for the World Cup in Japan has just started, according to head coach Eddie Jones.
Josh Hazlewood removed Jason Roy and Joe Root cheaply, but Rory Burns and Joe Denly saw England through to 76-2 at lunch.
After Day 1 of the second Test was washed out, England was asked to bat first as they attempted to level the Ashes series at Lord's.