Australia 303 and 3 for 37 (Smith 17*, Boland 3*) lead England 188 (Cummins 4-45) by 152 runs
Australia's seamers, led by Pat Cummins, ran rampant over England's flat-lining batting order to bundle the tourists out for just 188 on an eventful second day of the fifth and final Ashes Test.
By the close, the hosts had extended their lead - which was 115 runs after England's first innings - to 152, but Stuart Broad, Chris Woakes and Mark Wood had given the tourists some reason to hope after claiming cheap top-order wickets as Australia finished on 3 for 37 in their second innings with Steve Smith unbeaten on 17 and nightwatchman Scott Boland on 3.
Australia's quicks managed to keep the pink ball talking for an extended period under the lights in Hobart. Cummins took 4 for 45 and Mitchell Starc 3 for 53 with No. 8 Woakes England's top-scorer with 36, followed by Joe Root's 34 and Sam Billings, whose 29 on debut was solid.
Broad and Woakes took advantage of the conditions to reduce Australia to 2 for 5 in the fourth over with David Warner making a pair after falling to his nemesis Broad for the 14th time in Tests thanks to a brilliant diving catch by Ollie Pope at point and Marnus Labuschagne strangled down the leg side off Woakes to give Billings his first Test catch.
At the start of the day, Australia added 62 runs for the loss of four wickets with Alex Carey unable to convert his start of 24 and Nathan Lyon making a bright cameo worth 31 off just 27 balls, including three sixes off Wood, before he was last man out with the hosts first-innings total on 303.
But England's failure to get near the 300-mark yet again left them with plenty of work still to do.