Adelaide: England tore into the Australia top order late on the third day of the second Ashes Test to give themselves faint hope of a remarkable escape in Adelaide.
James Anderson and Chris Woakes took two wickets each to reduce the home side to 53-4.
That, though, is still a lead of 268 after the tourists were bowled out for 227.
Peter Handscomb was on three with nightwatchman Nathan Lyon not out also at three after Australia, holding a 215-run innings lead, did not enforce the follow on.
Earlier, Australia off-spinner Nathan Lyon finished with four wickets to claim the bowling honours as the hosts dismissed England for 227 shortly after dinner.
Lyon took 4-60 from 24.1 overs, including the wickets of Stuart Broad and James Anderson after dinner, to help his side to a 215-run lead on the first innings.
Joe Root's side resumed at 1-29 on Monday, having sent Australia in then watched Shaun Marsh power the hosts to a total of 8 (dec)-442.
Instead they crumbled to 7-142 before Craig Overton and Chris Woakes finally showed some resistance in a 66-run stand.
Overton (41*), Woakes (36) and Alastair Cook (37) were the only batsmen to pass 25 in an innings that spanned 76.1 overs.