Brisbane: David Warner kept on swinging after his first Ashes Test century on Saturday, saying England looked frightened and Jonathan Trott had shown a flaw in his batting technique. (Day 3 report)
Warner and skipper Michael Clarke led the way with centuries to put Australia in an overwhelming position with two days to play and poised to go one-up in the five-Test series after losing 3-0 to England three months ago. (Scorecard)
England will have to create Ashes history to win at the Gabba after Clarke set the beleaguered tourists an improbable 561 runs to win with a declaration, but more likely they will be trying to salvage a draw.