Anderson grabbed four Australian wickets on first day of the Adelaide Test as the home side was all out in their first innings at 245 runs just few overs before stumps on Friday. Hussey and Brad Haddin played good innings for the hosts with resistance to English bowlers. Hussey was out in 90s, while Haddin made 56 runs. England, having lost the toss on a fine batting surface would be thrilled to have Australia all out for 245. Anderson was easily the best of England's bowlers, having reduced Australia to 3 for 2 within the first three overs of the match with his fast and accurate hooping swing.