Perth: There was more DRS controversy as Australia edged closer to regaining the Ashes on the second day of the third Ashes Test against England at the WACA Ground on Saturday. (Scorecard)
In reply to the home team's first innings total of 385, the tourists were 180 for four at stumps on the second day, with Ian Bell on nine (from 62 balls) and Ben Stokes on 14, still trailing by 205 runs. Australia lead the series 2-0 after wins in Brisbane and Adelaide, and can regain the Ashes with a win in Perth. (Click here for full Ashes coverage)
Although in-form pacemen Mitchell Johnson went wicketless despite generating express pace, all of the other Australian bowlers used took a wicket each as several English batsmen failed to build on promising starts and the effectiveness of the controversial Decision Review System was again called into question.