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Rain halts Australia's progress
Rain washed out the morning session on day two of the fifth Investec Ashes Test, halting Australia in their tracks at the Kia Oval.
The tourists reached 307 for four on day one, Shane Watson finally delivering the goods with a dominant 176 - his first century in almost three years and maiden ton against England.
James Anderson took two wickets while Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann claimed one apiece on a day to forget for debutants Simon Kerrigan and Chris Woakes.
With the series already won, England surprisingly awarded the duo their first caps but the decision backfired spectacularly as they returned combined figures of nought for 105 in 23 overs.
Kerrigan, in particular, looked bereft of confidence as Watson bullied him out of the attack but the arrival of showers at the ground meant there would be no early chance to make amends.
With no let up in the weather the match officials opted for an early lunch at 12.30pm, meaning a 1.10pm start at the earliest - though that would rely on a swift end to the rain.
Australia will be frustrated by the prospect of a rain-affected draw, having been denied their best chance of a win in the series in similar circumstances at Old Trafford.
Play eventually got under way at 2.30pm, three and a half hours after the scheduled start.
That delay meant a loss of 27 overs, with a final cut-off point of 7.30pm.