SYDNEY: Australia´s bowlers have continued their series dominance over England´s batsmen, leaving the tourists in disarray at 61-5 at lunch on day two of the fifth Ashes test at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
Ryan Harris claimed two wickets on Saturday and Mitchell Johnson and Peter Siddle one each, with England still 265 runs behind Australia in the first innings.
At the interval Ben Stokes was 23 unbeaten, with Gary Ballance 17 not out.
Harris struck with the second ball of the morning, dismissing captain Alastair Cook lbw for 7 before taking the prize wicket of Kevin Pietersen for 3, caught by Shane Watson at slip.
Johnson, who had captured Michael Carberry for a duck late on day one, removed Jimmy Anderson for 7, while Siddle had Bell caught behind for 2. (AP)