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Shuffles across to a full one outside off, could've left that, should've, but the shuffle meant the edge was found as the bat came down at an angle. These two are England's last hope, but with the new ball 6 overs away and Australia smelling blood - there's only result which looks a possibility. Genuine edge as Overton played away from the body, got lucky and what's more important is that he got a boundary Lyon to Moeen Ali, out Lbw!! A cutter outside off, held up on the pitch a bit, Moeen Ali went back to punch and couldn't keep it down. If these two can string together a stand and take England close, anything could happen. Hazlewood is on fire Jonny Bairstow, right handed bat, comes to the crease Hazlewood to Root, out Caught by Paine!! That could be the Ashes - shows how big a wicket this is. Root c Paine b Hazlewood 67(123) [4s-9]Hazlewood to Root, THAT'S OUT!! Was in the air for a while as Root flicked across the line. Oohs and aahs from the Aussies Hazlewood to Woakes, out Caught by Paine!! Here's Greg Baum on The Sydney Morning Herald: "In cricket's straitjacket, Australian captain Steve Smith's choice on Monday evening was only between batting or bowling again. Not all of them, of course, and not indiscriminately.

Low catch to Paine and Australia are one wicket away from winning this. Khawaja goes up to Bancroft to offer words of consolation Lyon to Bairstow, 1 run, on a good length and on the stumps, tucked through backward square leg The physio is out and time for drinks as well. But there's no doubting the fact that Australia are firm favorites to go 2-0 up currently. But what if Australia could have blundered through that fiery final session for the loss of, say, four willing, sacrificial tailenders?

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England's batting in response tried to imitate the intent and fell prey to Australia's fuller lengths, something England just couldn't do on the first morning. Few days to recharge and we'll have a crack at Perth."Root - captain, England: "We had high hopes. If you look at the conditions and the way the ball moved around, we were massively in the game. Barmy Army and everyone's who followed us - as a team, we can't thank them enough."Time for the presentations.. Joe Root's wicket set us up for six wickets in the session. We put the ball in the right areas and had a little bit going for us, with the ball reversing. Hazlewood set the tone with a wicket second ball, dismissing Woakes and when he picked Root, the home side were more than halfway there. Was too close to dab it down, was on off-stump on a short of length, cramped for room was Bairstow. Bairstow b Starc 36(57) [4s-5]Starc to Bairstow, THAT'S OUT!! As everyone opine, Bairstow shouldn't be batting so low down in this batting order. Got the length a bit fuller and the movement with the extra bounce, made Bairstow play at it as the line was around off.

And when Cummins picked Malan late on the fourth day, Australia were back as favourites, much like Hazlewood showed with the wickets of Woakes and Root in his successive overs today. The way he played in the 1st innings after being sent in, I think it was an incredible hundred. A terrific Test match."Marsh - Player of the Match: "Unbelievable feeling. The way the bowlers came out and finished the job was amazing. The way we went about yesterday has to be the benchmark for the rest of the series. The way our senior players stood up and bowled them out for what we did, and then go on with the bat, was excellent. I think there were a few nerves for each individual. Still the dangerous duo of Mo and Bairstow were there, but Lyon got the former out. The inside edge takes the middle stump out and the celebrations begin. Pitched up and outside off, creamed through the off-side. Once you are given out in a scenario like this, mostly the on-field call stays. Moeen Ali lbw b Lyon 2(20)Lyon to Moeen Ali, THAT'S OUT!! Reared up and then moved away just a bit to miss the edge. Pat Cummins to Bairstow, no run, pulled his bat inside the line. Remember that we need sufficient proof to overturn the on-field decision, which is out.

A thick edge wide of gully who was diving to stop, two more Starc to Broad, no run, Broad gets lucky. Is making all sort of shuffling movements even before the ball arrives, this is full and swinging, off the toe of the bat and squirted to gully Hazlewood to Bairstow, no run, the feet are stuck and he tries to square drive, misses by a long way. Bowls it fuller than a good length and outside off, Bairstow has to pull the bat inside the line, sharply too as it reared up from a length Pat Cummins to C Overton, no run, on the bounce to Usman at gully. Was delivered from wide of the crease and bowled on a shortish length, Overton fended that and almost gave catching practice to the man. "Hooping pink ball, a straining attack and batsmen battling hard to get just shy of halfway in their pursuit of 354 Ashes cricket might not need the format to sell out grounds but the glow of the outfield, the flash of the pink ball and the changing night sky worked a treat."As we wait up for the start of play, let's take a look at what the leading newspapers have to say. A couple of balls stayed low yesterday but that was it.

It was more of an afterthought that he went after that one. Dar shows it to the scorers and the leader of the attack Starc is back. Luckily for him, it landed short Pat Cummins to C Overton, no run, dropped by Bancroft at third slip. Scroll up..pm local: "Perfect sunny conditions," chirps Tristan from Adelaide. He seems to have traded words for adrenaline, like me. There's not been much seam or swing in this innings - even under the lights yesterday, strangely. Rush to our website and leverage the Have Your Say option.

Both teams paid for their diffidence though: Australia stuttered to a 138 all-out in their second essay, thanks to Anderson's first ever five-fer down under, and gave England an outside chance in a 354-run chase, while England were subjected to a humiliating declaration at 442/8, that was configured by Marsh (126) and Paine (57). You can say that now (on his decision to bowl first). The support we have had over the last few days has been outstanding. Feeling very good (about my own bowling)."Hazlewood: "I didn't think it'll happen that quickly. Takes a couple (of wickets) at the top and a couple at the bottom. Cummins bowled beautifully; we are working well as a group."We'll leave you with a few sideline interviews Local Time, GMT, IST: It has ended so quickly on day 5. There are fielders in the deep, there's a deep point, but he is a spectator. Smith gestures explaining how close it was to the edge.Broad c Paine b Starc 8(12)Starc to Broad, THAT'S OUT!! Starc to Broad, 2 runs, Starc can't believe that Broad is getting away with all these. ""Steve Smith left Brisbane laughing and draped in laurels," Paul Hayward quips on The Telegraph.Close to trodding on the stumps as the back foot went deep into his crease. Pat Cummins to Bairstow, no run, good wheels from Pat Cummins. "He will head to Perth not as the history man of this series but a leader who made life harder for his men in Adelaide a considerable sin by a captain.""Whatever the result on the final day, this was the kind of session for which day-night Test cricket was designed," Ali Martin writes on The Guardian.We weren't too far from the new ball, which was exciting. From here, it gets almost close to impossible for England to come back. Win or lose, the Barmy Army are up and singing again. Broad has totally lost his batting after having his nose broken by Varun Aaron back in England. The ball thudded into his rib area and down he went, scowling in pain. Lyon it is who comes up to Overton to have a look and a word Pat Cummins to C Overton, FOUR, edged and wide of second slip. On a good length and outside off, Bairstow in defending got an edge that didn't go to hand. That nagging line and length outside off, came back in a tad, kept low and Root played a poor stroke. Aleem Dar thought there's an outside edge, just as Woakes prodded in front beside the line of the ball. No way the noise could have come from anywhere else - the bat was far from the pad - so Woakes will have to go. Just couldn't get behind this ball that straightened a touch. Be wary England, for Australia have struck off the second ball of the day! From over the wicket Deepu Narayanan: "Dudley Nurse against Australia in Cape Town in 1950 is the only captain to lose a Test after choosing not to enforce the follow-on." Deepu, you do look excited. "In what has the makings of one of the most extraordinary turnarounds in Test history, England have risen from the dead to be 178 runs from securing their place in history," he writes.But one has to remember that they just need to draw the series to retain the Ashes. Hang around for the summary, interviews and the post-match presentations. Looks a pale shadow of the man who made a 160 odd at Lord's against Asif and Co. Hazlewood was the surprise choice from Smith to begin proceedings today and he struck off the second ball of the day to get Woakes out. Mo never looked comfortable out there and in Lyon's first over, perished to a sweep. Smith was diving across full-length to his right to try and get to that, but couldn't. All these runs count Hazlewood to Moeen Ali, no run, in the air but in the gap. Hazlewood to Moeen Ali, no run, fuller and slanted across Moeen Ali, left alone This game isn't over yet, these two plus Overton can bat and Broad can throw his bat around. Rising after pitching on a fullish length outside off, Bairstow though did well to shoulder arms and leave. Was trying to keep it out, but it took a tiny bottom edge and Paine won't drop that. Hazlewood has struck in consecutive overs and all of a sudden the target looks so so far away. It definitely is swinging and Root is lucky that the leading edge rolls to point. Woakes c Paine b Hazlewood 5(10)Hazlewood to Woakes, THAT'S OUT!! Hazlewood to Woakes, no run, bowls a full ball there, Woakes gets his bat in front and blocks it outpm local: So Hazlewood will start the proceedings. "When Smith and Hazlewood decided not to review Chris Gaffaneys baffling determination that Cook was not out with the scoreboard reading 0-1 Australia was officially rattled," he concludes.

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