|Fifth LV= Insurance Ashes Test, The Kia Oval (day one of five)|
|England 283 all out (Brook 85, Duckett 41, Starc 4-82)|
|Australia 61-1 (Khawaja 26*)|
|Australia are 222 runs behind|
England face a battle to level the Ashes after Australia enjoyed the better of the first day of the fifth Test at The Oval.
Finally winning the toss for the first time in the series, Australia pounced on the opportunity to put England in on a green-tinged pitch and dismissed the home side for 283 before moving to 61-1, 222 behind.
Harry Brook held England together with 85 from 91 balls, adding 111 for the fourth wicket with Moeen Ali, who made 34.
But England were hurt by two clusters of wickets. At one stage they lost three for 11, on the other occasion four for 28.
Similarly, Australia were wasteful. They dropped five catches, most crucially Brook when he had scored only five. The tourists also missed the opportunity to run out Brook when he had 50.
Brook eventually fell to Mitchell Starc, who claimed…