ENG 294, 329 (95.3ov)
AUS 225, 263 (77.0ov)

England beat Australia by 135 runs

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  • 76.6JLeach to JHazlewood

    OUT! CAUGHT! Leach has dismissed Hazlewood and ENGLAND HAVE WON THE MATCH TO DRAW THE ASHES 2-2! Leach floats this on the middle and leg pole, Hazlewood goes for the drive towards mid on but does so uppishly. Root at mid-wicket dives low to his left and catches this one brilliantly. The dream for Australia to win their first Test series in England since 2001 remains unfulfilled as they have been bowled out and ENGLAND WIN THE MATCH BY 135 RUNS!
  • 76.5JLeach to NLyon

    OUT! Leach providing the finishing touches and Lyon is out of here! Nothing too extraordinary about the delivery or the shot, but very good field positioning by Root. Floated on middle and off, Lyon goes for the sweep but does so a touch uppishly. It goes straight to Joe Root at square leg who doesn't have to move himself an inch as he collects the catch low between his legs. Australia 9 down now and England one wicket away from drawing the series.
  • 76.4JLeach to NLyon

    The batsman shows the full face of the bat and defends the ball off the back foot.
  • 76.3JLeach to PSiddle

    Siddle comes down the track and pushes it down the ground for a single.
  • 76.2JLeach to NLyon

    Lyon sweeps this tossed up delivery towards backward square leg for a single.
  • 76.1JLeach to PSiddle

    On the pads, Siddle tucks this one towards the leg side and takes a single.
  • 75.6JoeRoot to NLyon

    Defended off the front foot by the batsman presenting the full face of the bat.
  • 75.5JoeRoot to NLyon

    Full and floated on middle, Lyon blocks it out.
  • 75.4JoeRoot to NLyon

    Lyon has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 75.3JoeRoot to NLyon

    Lyon tries to sweep this one but misses.
  • 75.2JoeRoot to NLyon

    The batsman has played that off the front foot and into the ground.
  • 75.1JoeRoot to MWade

    OUT! The skipper strikes and it is the big fish! England now in touching distance of victory and Wade is out of here with just the tailenders remaining now. Root floats up this one on off, it pitches and spins away. Wade comes dancing down the track in an attempt to negate the spin but misses the ball. Bairstow collects it and whips the bails off in a flash. Wade has to take the long walk back but goes off to a standing ovation. England need two more wickets to win now.
  • 74.6JLeach to PSiddle

    The batsman has defended it by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 74.5JLeach to PSiddle

    Solid defense by Siddle. Full and floated on middle, the batter blocks it out.
  • 74.4JLeach to MWade

    Tossed up on middle and off, Wade dances down the track and pushes this towards long on for a single.
  • 74.3JLeach to MWade

    Floated outside off, Wade blocks it out.
  • 74.2JLeach to PSiddle

    Full and floated on off, Siddle pushes this one towards mid off and takes a quick single.
  • 74.1JLeach to PSiddle

    Leach defends this one by getting right behind the line of the delivery.
  • 73.6JoeRoot to MWade

    The batsman chooses to leave the ball outside his off stump.
  • 73.5JoeRoot to MWade

    On the off side, Wade pushes this towards cover for a couple.
  • 73.4JoeRoot to MWade

    Outside off, left alone by Wade.
  • 73.3JoeRoot to PeterSiddle

    This is on the pads again, Siddle flicks this one towards mid-wicket but this time gets a single.
  • 73.2JoeRoot to PSiddle

    On the pads of Siddle, he plays it straight to the man at mid-wicket.
  • 73.1JoeRoot to MWade

    Full and floated on off, pushed towards cover for a single.
  • 72.6SBroad to PSiddle

    Beaten! Length ball outside off, Siddle looks to push but is beaten by the movement.
  • 72.5SBroad to PSiddle

    FOUR! Full and wide outside off, Siddle does time this one well and it races through the cover region for a boundary.
  • 72.4SBroad to PSiddle

    EDGED AND FOUR! There is a gap between the first and third slip but the question is, why is there no second slip in place? Full and outside off, Siddle goes for the drive but outside edges it and the ball goes from the empty region in the slip cordon into the third man fence. This also brings up the 250 for the visitors.
  • 72.3SBroad to PSiddle

    Outside off, left alone by Siddle.
  • 72.2SBroad to PSiddle

    Full and wide outside off again, this time Siddle times the drive correctly but straight to the man at cover.
  • 72.1SBroad to PSiddle

    Full and wide outside off, Siddle goes for the cover drive but it goes off the inner half towards mid-wicket.
  • 71.6JoeRoot to PSiddle

    Safely home. Tossed up on middle and leg, Siddle glances it towards mid-wicket and calls for a quick single. Wade responds, the fielder quickly gets to the ball and sends it to Bairstow at the keeper's end. He whips the bails off but Wade looks to be home. The square leg umpire still takes it upstairs to be doubly sure. One replay is enough for the T.V umpire to signal Not Out on the giant screen.
  • 71.5JoeRoot to PSiddle

    Stifled appeal but nothing from the umpire. Floated on leg, Siddle looks to sweep but misses. The ball looked to be well over the stumps and the umpire is unmoved as the English players go up in appeal.
  • 71.4JoeRoot to PSiddle

    Shorter on off, Peter blocks it off the back foot.
  • 71.3JoeRoot to PSiddle

    Floated outside off, Siddle looks to drive but misses.
  • 71.2JoeRoot to MWade

    This time drives it off the meat towards deep point for one.
  • 71.1JoeRoot to MWade

    NOT OUT! The ball turned from west to east but did not hit the bat. Floated delivery outside off, Wade looks to drive it square on the off side. The ball turns and goes to Ben Stokes at first slip. The English players feel they have their man and the umpire agrees. Wade signals the 'T'. Replay rolls in and Ultra Edge shows no spike as the ball goes past the bat. Brilliant piece of technology as that was always going to be difficult for the on-field umpire to spot. Good review from Matthew.
  • 70.6SBroad to PatCummins

    OUT! Caught! Broad gets rid of Cummins. He comes over the wicket and bowls it full outside off. The ball moves away just a hint. Pat goes for a big drive through covers. The ball kisses the outside edge and goes straight towards Bairstow. Jonny gets down and takes a very good catch. Cummins has a word with his partner and after a lengthy chat he opts to go against the review. 4-fer for Broad. Another brilliant day with the ball for England's ace pacer.
  • 70.5SBroad to MWade

    Corrects his line and bowls it full on off, Wade pushes it to cover-point for a single..
  • 70.4SBroad to MWade

    Broad misses his line and bowls one down the leg side. Wade still tries to flick but misses. Bairstow does well diving to his right and saving runs for his side.
  • 70.3SBroad to MWade

    Full on off, Matthew pushes it to mid of.
  • 70.2SBroad to MWade

    Outside off on a length, Wade leaves it alone.
  • 70.1SBroad to MWade

    FOUR! Broad bangs it in short, Wade picks the length early. He hops and pulls it behind square on the leg side to get a boundary. Gets to his highest score in Tests with that.
  • 69.6JoeRoot to PatCummins

    The batsman defends it from within the crease.
  • 69.5JoeRoot to MWade

    DROPPED! Lucky, lucky Matthew Wade! This one pitches in the rough too, spins away. Wade this time goes for the extravagant cover drive, powerfully and outside edges it. It goes high over Stokes at first slip, he leaps upwards and tries to parry it towards Bairstow but is unable to do so as the pace of the ball is too fast. The ball drops behind him and the batters take one as the ball rolls towards third man. Wade is playing wildly now.
  • 69.4JoeRoot to MWade

    Stumping missed by Bairstow! This one pitches in the rough, turns and bounces sharply. Wade comes down the track and looks to go for a push down the ground but does so inside the line. The ball misses the outside edge of his bat and goes to Bairstow but he too misses the ball. Had he gobbled it up, he could have whipped the bails off and there was no way Wade could have survived.

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