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THE ASHES! Every moment from Day 4 at the Adelaide Oval

MACQUARIE’S SUMMER OF CRICKET LINE-UP: Mike Hussey, Damien Fleming, Ian Chappell, Glenn McGrath, John Emburey, Tim Lane, and Bruce Eva.




This one is closer than we thought it would be four sessions ago!

England is 4/176 at the end of play, still 178 away from an improbable victory.

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Ian Chappell said it’s been “the Test that has everything”.

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Steve Smith was under fire after he burnt both of Australia’s reviews in the space of just four minutes.

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Australia has struck twice early in England’s innings.

The visitors are 2/68, still 286 runs short of victory.

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Chappelli said Joe Root should have bumped himself up the order for the run-chase.

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Alastair Cook survived a HUGE chance early in England’s innings.

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Australia has been bowled out for 138.

England needs 354 to score an unlikely win.

Ian Chappell said he’s not confident England can chase that down.

“But it really only takes one player to get a big innings,” he said.

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Ian Chappell thinks England has worked out how to dismiss Peter Handscomb (which they did, for 12).

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Australia may have struggled choosing to bat again late on Day 3, but the bowlers think it was the right call.

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England fought back late on Day 3, however the Aussies are still in a strong position.

The home side are four wickets down, leading by 268.

Peter Handscomb and nightwatchman Nathan Lyon are at the crease.

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