Australia are strong favourites to win the third Test, but Joe Denly feels England are in with "a real shout" in Leeds.
Australia remain favourites to win the third Test, but Joe Root and Joe Denly gave England an outside chance at Headingley.
Openers Rory Burns and Jason Roy were out cheaply, but Joe Root and Joe Denly stuck around as Australia sought a speedy victory.
New Zealand trail Sri Lanka by 48 runs with two days remaining after Tom Latham made a brilliant unbeaten century.
A concussion ruled Steve Smith out of the third Test, but the Australia batsman faced some throw downs in the nets on Saturday.
England will need to make 359 in their second innings at Headingley or Australia will retain the Ashes with two Tests to spare.
Sri Lanka have left out some high-profile names for their three-match Twenty20 series against New Zealand in September.
West Indies trail India by 108 with only two wickets remaining after Ishant Sharma's devastating final-session burst.
Joe Root's second successive duck gave Josh Hazlewood encouragement and Australia ripped through England to take charge of the third Test.