Off the final ball of the fourth over Hazlewood hits Stoneman on the pads again but it's pitched outside again and Stoneman survives.
Australia aren't having any problems pitching the ball up like the England attack...
Joe Root may get to know the feeling unless England’s batsmen dig their captain out of an almighty hole. The opener then rotates the strike with another well-worked flick into the leg side. The Surrey opener then leans on the final ball of the over and picks up another couple with a lovely drive through point.
Root’s gamble to insert Australia here spectacularly backfired when Australia rattled up the small matter of 442 for eight – at least a hundred over par for a day-night Test here – to leave any hopes England had of competing in these Ashes by a thread. It brings him a single off Starc but now he's lost Stoneman the former skipper may have to drop the anchor here. Stoneman then pounces on a short and wide one and flashes wide. This is quality from Starc, who is bowling gas and getting late movement on the ball, too.
James Anderson, Woakes and Overton all have one wicket to their name at the start of play on day two, with England desperate for a good day with the ball to stop the hosts posting a big first-innings score.