Australia all out for 85 in nightmare day of test cricket
12.51PM: De Knock has made a heroic leap to catch Nathan Lyon out for just 2 runs.
And that's it for Australia at the crease today, with the pounding starting early with Warner and Burns going out in just the first two overs.
12.42PM: Josh Hazelwood follows Starc off the field after being caught at first slip.
The Aussies are now 9 for just 76 in what must be becoming nightmare fuel for Steve Smith who's managed to hold on so far.
12.33PM: JP Duminy has caught Mitchell Starc out for just 4 runs after he replaced Joe Menny.
A flying edge from Starc went low to Duminy who was able to pick it up in the horizontal.
12.26PM: Philander's back from nursing his shoulder injury and he's bowled Joe Mennie.
Not a great start to the afternoon session with the Aussies at 7 for 59.
LUNCH UPDATE: The Aussies have walked off to lunch having only scored 6 for 43 after a nightmare start to the test against South Africa.
11.18AM: Peter Nevill is out for an LBW, putting Australia at 6 for 31.
What was originally a call of not out was overturned on appeal, sending Neville walking.
10:48AM: The shocking run for the Aussie batting lineup continues with Callum Ferguson being run out for 3.
Ferguson slipped at the non-striker's end on the way back for a second and was hit by the sub fielder, reports ABC News Online.
10.26AM: Adam Voges is out for a golden duck after being caught out.
10.22AM: Usman Khawaja has been caught out for 4.
Philander bowled just short, leading to Khawaja's shot landing straight into Amla's hands in first slip.
Australia is currently dying at 3/8.
EARLIER: THE Australian cricket team is copping an absolute walloping in Tasmania as both David Warner and Joe Burns were taken out in the first two overs.
Warner was taken out after nicking a cover drive while Burns went for one after an LBW, reported ABC News Online.
Conditions were good for a tough early start with Kagiso Rabada and Vernon Philander bowling.
Usman Khawaja took to the crease with Steve Smith as the dreary weather promises more tricky play ahead for the Australians.