Ashes 2019: Australia need four wickets to retain urn as England battle at Old Trafford


Australia want four wickets in the last session to retain the Ashes after decreasing England into.
England, who had resumed on 18-2, lost Jason Roy (31) and Ben Stokes (1) in the morning and also Joe Denly (53) and Jonny Bairstow (25) in the day.
Pat Cummins thought he had finished a five-for if he had Craig Overton (12no) given out lbw, just for the decision to be overturned with the ball striking the England man away from the line.
The hosts are intending to bat out the last day of an Exam to earn a draw for first time since doing this in New Zealand at 2013 and, together with Jos Buttler (30no) in the crease, have hope.
Should Australia win, they will proceed 2-1 up to play and eventually turn into the very first flying side to leave England as Ashes holders as 2001′s Steve Waugh-captained team.
Cummins struck twice in the first session, bowling Roy and with Stokes caught , while Nathan Lyon had pouched at leg in the next until Mitchell Starc trapped Bairstow lbw.
Cummins had begun the success push Saturday evening, decreasing England to 0-2 four balls when he dislodged Rory Burns and Joe Root for ducks from consecutive deliveries.
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