The 29-year-old had opener Chris Rogers caught at first slip by captain Alastair Cook for a duck.

Broad, playing his 83rd test, became the fifth England bowler to take 300 Test wickets after fellow pacemen James Anderson, Ian Botham, Bob Willis and Fred Trueman.

Anderson, who tops the list with 413 victims, is missing the fourth Test due to a side injury he sustained in the last match in Birmingham.

Broad soon moved to 301 wickets when he had Steve Smith caught by Joe Root in the slips with the last ball of the over as Australia slumped to 10-2.

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