Bangladesh resume day three of the First Test in Chittagong on 154-5, a massive 445 runs behind England - and the visitors soon strike with Tim Bresnan bowling opener Tamim Iqbal for 86
Another wicket falls during the morning session as Steven Finn claims his first Test wicket by ending the stubborn resistance of nightwatchman Shahadat Hossain to leave the hosts on 183-7
England are dominating, but they encounter stubborn resistance in the form of Bangladesh number eight Mushfiqur Rahim, who helps guide the home side to lunch without the loss of a further wicket - at 239-7 Bangladesh are 360 runs behind
Mushfiqur goes on to make 79 (including 15 fours) during an excellent eighth-wicket partnership of 113, ably abetted by fellow batsman Naeem Islam who goes on to make 38
But the stubborn resistance ends in spectacular fashion - the final three Bangladesh wickets fall in just four balls as the hosts are all out for 296 - substitute fielder James Tredwell catching dangerman Mushfiqur Rahim
Captain Alastair Cook is the first man out for England as they look to build on their lead of 303 runs. The opener makes 39 before being caught on the boundary
England finish day three 434 runs ahead of their hosts. Paul Collingwood (3) is the final wicket to fall as England lose three wickets for just five runs
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