The tourists lead by 381 runs with seven second-innings wickets remaining after bowling out their opponents for 188 at Senwes Park.                    
The usually fluent Hales, likely to open alongside Alastair Cook in the first Test against South Africa starting in Durban on December 26, repeated his first-innings score when he was bowled on eight, again falling to seamer Junior Dala after having labored for 42 balls.               
Cook (37) looked in fine touch before he was trapped leg before wicket, also for the second time in the game while Nick Compton (15) could not repeat his first-innings half-century. Joe Root (25 not out) and Gary Balance (six not out) will resume on the final morning today.         
Stuart Broad had earlier impressed with the ball in recording figures of three for 18 as the inexperienced home batting line-up were dismissed for 188.              
That included a 51-run last-wicket stand, the only frustration for the bowling attack on the day.

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