CRAIG Overton took two more wickets for England on the second day of the second Ashes Test in Adelaide, but Australia are well on top.

The Somerset seamer had marked his England Test debut with the dismissal of Australian captain Steve Smith yesterday.

In Sunday's play, the hosts reached 294 before Overton removed Tim Paine for 57, as Moeen Ali made the catch at deep square leg.

He later saw off Pat Cummins for 44 (caught at third man by Dawid Malan), to end the innings with figures of 3-105 off 33 overs.

But it was a torrid day for England, summed up with Alasdair Cook and James Vince colliding when trying to take a catch from Shaun Marsh - who hit 126 not out as Australia declared at 442-8.

In reply, the tourists lost Mark Stoneman (lbw, Mitchell Starc) for 18, to end the day on 29-1 as rain wiped 19 overs off the end of the day.