Ashes 2015: James Anderson Wrecks Australia on Day 1 at Edgbaston
James Anderson took his 18th five-wicket haul as Australia were bundled out for 136 on Day 1 of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
James Anderson removed the dangerous David Warner early after Australia elected to bat in the third Ashes Test vs England at Edgbaston (AFP Images)
Chris Rogers stood steady as Australia lost key wickets at regular intervals amid rain-interruptions.
But quick blows by Steve Finn, who made a Test return on Wednesday, left the tourists in deep trouble.
James Anderson was England's star-of-the-day, taking crucial wickets to dent Australia's prospects.
When Rogers walked back for 52, the last of Australia's resistance was broken.
Anderson took his 18th five-wicket haul and finished with figures of 6/47 as Australia were bundled out for 136.
Ian Bell led the way with 53 as England ended the day at 133/3.