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Archer ruins rookie's return Travis Head had a tough day at the office. England had the better time of it on day one of the third Ashes Test in Leeds.
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After winning the toss and fielding first, the home side had its ups and downs but bowled Australia out for on the stroke of stumps. Updates 'Crazy': Dramatic twists on day one James Matthey Just as Australia looked to be getting on top a dramatic momentum shift saw England grab the upper hand on day one of the third Ashes Test in Leeds.
On a miserable day where rain and bad light ruined the party the Aussies threatened, against the odds, to send England to dinner in an unhappy mood but second Test hero Jofra Archer roared to life to ensure his captain Joe Root sleeps a little bit easier going into day two.
The overhead conditions convinced Root to bowl first and it was looking like a masterstroke when Stuart Broad had David Warner playing and missing what seemed like every ball as he got the Dukes hooping around corners.
Warner was in all sorts, regularly getting beaten past the outside edge but for the first time this series he made it into double figures and he did more than that, going on to score a valuable half century. Warner became more confident with his punches down the ground and as usual he was lightning while running between the wickets.
He reached his fifty with two fours in the same over off Ben Stokes, raising his bat and soaking up the appreciative applause from his teammates.
In 11 overs after tea the pair put on 70 runs as a ragged England outfit squandered its opportunity in ideal bowling conditions. Stokes and Chris Woakes were sending down far too much loose stuff that was sent to the boundary and the fielding standards dropped as twice Australia benefited from receiving four overthrows.
Broad then delivered an absolute pearler to dismiss Travis Head for a duck.
Bowling from around the wicket, the fast bowler angled the ball in and straightened it to beat Head's forward defence and clip the top of off stump.
But through all the carnage Labuschagne stuck firm. He defended confidently off both front and back foot and took advantage of anything that drifted too straight onto his legs to increase his tally with minimal risk.
His discipline was outstanding," Warner said of Labuschagne after play. He's got a lot of fight in him and it was great to be out there and talk our way through our innings. He's getting that opportunity, he's really working his backside off to reinstate himself here into the Test arena and he's doing himself every favour by hanging in there and batting the way he is.
Any hope the Queensland batsman had of reaching triple figures was dashed when he was cut down in strange fashion on A Stokes full toss hit him on the top of the pad and sent him sprawling to the ground as he lost his footing. Labuschagne reviewed the decision but the ball was clattering into the stumps and he was a goner.
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