Opening batsman Chris Rogers has defined Australia's dominance of the third Ashes Test in Perth by saying they are in 'position A' heading into the final two days at the WACA.
Rogers made 54 as he and David Warner (112) put on 157 runs together for the first wickets before Australia closed on 235 for two in their second innings.
With a lead of 369, Rogers says that the day could not have gone much better.
"I don't think we could be in a better position, that's for sure," he said.
"But, you know, we've still got ten wickets to get. We're not taking anything for granted but, you know, to finish day three 370 in front,
"I mean, that's position A. So, I think today was an amazing day. Probably as good a day as we've had in the Ashes so far."
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