Earlier in the day, James Anderson's lethal bowling and maiden five-wicket helped England give themselves a highly-improbable victory target of 354 in historical day-night Ashes match.
Following Anderson, Chris Woakes also helped the Joe Root-led side to maintain the hold in the game by claiming four wickets.
Coming to bat in the second innings, opener Mark Stoneman and Alastair Cook scored 36 and 16 respectively for the team.
The game was then taken forward by Diner James Vince and skipper Root batting at the crease on 8 and 7 respectively before dinner.
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