(Video) Australia three down after securing hefty lead

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Aryan Surana

17 wickets have fallen on the second day of the Hobart Test as ball dominated the bat. Marnus Labuschagne got a tickle down leg as the hosts lost David Warner and the numero uno Test batter to slip to 5/2. They went on to lose Usman Khawaja as well, who gloved a nasty bouncer through to the keeper. Stuart Broad, Mark Wood and Chris Woakes have shared the spoils as England make a comeback in the contest. Australia are now in a spot of bother at 33/3, with nightwatchman Scott Boland accompanying Steve Smith at the crease.