and that is the end of that! Tighter line, back of a length, cramped for room, and inside-edged into middle stump!
Starc, Hazlewood rip through England for 2-0
Josh Hazlewood struck twice in his first two overs before Mitchell Starc cleaned up England with the new ball to banish any thoughts of a famous upset
4.06pm Have a read of Brydon Coverdale's match report, and tune in later for all of the post-match reaction from George Dobell, Melinda Farrell and Daniel Brettig. Including, of course, #PoliteEnquiries. Don't forget to pile them in on Twitter, with the hashtag of course.
From Alan Gardner and myself, and Venkat Raghav the scorer, goodbye and don't forget to tune in at Perth next week to see if England can arrest their slide in the 2017-18 Ashes.
Mustafa Moudi: "Starc's 2nd innings 5-For was the answer to Anderson's 2nd inning Performance but England had No answer For Marsh and Paine's Performances in their 1st innings and that was the difference between the sides" That about sums it up.
It was a triumphant maiden day-night Test from the point of view of the attendance, however. A further 20,098 on this final day, making a grand total of 199,147 over the five days. Superb
3.57pm That's about it from us. It's been an absorbing contest, but the net result is that England are truly up against it heading to Perth, a venue where they have won just once, and that against a Packer-weakened opposition, in 1978-79.
Mayur Kulkarni: "I predict this will be a whitewash. Not because England have lost this match. But these days almost in every test match we get results barring weather interruptions and sometimes 'Man-made calamities' and it looks like England don't look like winning even at least one." Who knows? It's clear from the first two matches that England have got the spirit to pull themselves together, but can they manage the consistency to counter an outstanding Australia bowling attack, and a captain in Steve Smith who is attaining greatness with the bat?
Jon Henderson: "Time for the Foakes solution. The Surrey man's a fine wicketkeeper and stout lower middle-order batsman (far better county average last season than Vince and Malan). He takes gloves from Bairstow who moves up order in place of either Vince or Cook. Hope Foakes is at least given chance in two-dayer in Perth." Mark Wood is set to play in that game too. Although England's seamers rather redeemed themselves in that second innings. Nevertheless, the value of out-and-out pace in Australia cannot be understated.
The man of the match is Shaun Marsh "An unbelievable feeling to get a hundred on day two," he says. "Looking forward to Perth, 2-0 up, looking forward to recharging and having another crack."
"We always had faith," says Steve Smith. "It happened quickly, the boys showed some character this morning. Shaun was phenomenal in the first innings."
3.53pm Time for some presentations. Here's Joe Root. "The way we went about everything yesterday was excellent, and that's got to be the benchmark for the rest of the series," he says. "It's disappointing not to do ourselves justice today. We have to make sure we are better next time."
3.50pm "There were probably a few nerves as a team and individuals," says Hazlewood. "But Mitchell Starc took a couple at the top and a couple at the bottom. He's lethal with that new ball. We're working well as a group."
"Unbelievable win," says Nathan Lyon. "What a place, what a venue, the best venue out there in the world. There's a lot of belief and confidence in that changing room, England will come back strongly at Perth, they're a classy outfit."
3.47pm Mitchell Starc finishes with the superb figures of 5 for 88, and Australia have won by a handsome margin of 120 runs. England began the day with a distant dream of glory, but Josh Hazlewood scalped both overnight batsmen, Chris Woakes and Joe Root, without addition to their overnight scores, and after that it was merely a matter of time.
Lots of handshakes all round, and no small amount of relief for Australia too, who endured a tough fourth day, encompassing a second-innings batting collapse, and a sturdy England fightback. But England made too many errors early in the match, and that made it tough to stay in touch.
utterly smoked through the covers! Where was Jonny when England still had a hope? He's got to move up the order at Perth, surely
Gayan: "Hey Miller, you are too rude on Broad and it seemed you didn't like an England win at all from the very beginning. It would be nicer if we get neutral commentary"... At times like these ...
short and outside off, Bairstow swats inelegantly through the leg side. A bit top-edged, but the ball lands safely between the in- and out-fielders. That'll do
spanked through the covers. Hazlewood overpitches and Bairstow gives it some welly. Not dead yet!
nibble off the seam, beats the outside edge. Well bowled again
Jared: "Hopes were Broad, but now they've narrowed." You could say that...
tailing in from outside off, Bairstow block-drives back to the bowler
David: "Broad should have a new nickname: Lemony. He is always snicking it. "
angled into the stumps, and blocked to the off side
Richie: "England fans may have fond memories of past Broad batting heroics but the harsh reality is that he has only averaged 10 across 2016-17." He's never been the same since having his nose rearranged by Varun Aaron in 2014, alas
outside off, full length, a thin edge, a low catch to the keeper. A valiant but sorry stay from a batsman who is a shadow of his former self
back and across once more. Hang in there, Broady
full, fast and straight, but Broad's inelegant hopping is just about keeping it out in this over. It's French cricket, essentially. A vertical bat, right back on the stumps, blocking for his life. His heel finished about 4cm from the stumps on that occasion as the ball squirted through gully
brendon: "Any chance of precipitation?" Only of the wickets variety
on the back foot once more. Blocked with a bunny hop down into the crease
on the pads again, slightly shorter this time. Broad hops onto the back foot, always anticipating the bouncer, and flicks the ball fine
such a full length, and Broad somehow gets the thinnest splinter of the corner of his toe-end to save his pads from a brutally comprehensive lbw!
Jack: "Cummins hasn't got the wickets, but I suspect he'd be the least fun to face of these quicks. So relentless, just makes you play over and over and over again. " Agreed. He is sharp, and a real difference between the teams
inswinger, good change from Hazlewood, but the ball is off-line. A rare feast of English runs in that over
a big booming outswinger. Bairstow has a mow, and well, why shouldn't he? But that misses everything
Lochie: "If you had to describe the word "snaffled" in cricketing terms, how would one go about it? I want to introduce this to everyday use." A catch taken sharply but decisively, such as a low slip catch in both hands.
flicked off the legs, in the air for a while, but safe enough
on the legs, clipped sweetly into space at deep midwicket. Runs are flowing!
down the leg side, beats everything with late swing. A rare bonus to England's faltering cause!
late swing from a full length, squeezed off the inside edge into the pads, and so nearly wriggles onto the stumps!
Hazlewood to share the new ball. What a day he's had so far