Monday, 16 December 2013

A vs E

51 and 3 for 95 (Pietersen 24*, Bell 6*) need 409 to beat Australia 385 and 6 for 369 dec (Warner 112, Watson 103, Rogers 54)
Australia's bowlers ground down the last vestiges of English resistance on the fourth afternoon of the third Ashes Test, dismissing Michael Carberry and Joe Root as the tourists looked glumly towards their theoretical target of 504 to win at the WACA Ground.
Harris had zipped out Cook with a dastardly first ball of the innings, before  Watson and Johnson each chimed in during the middle of a day marginally cooler than the first three in scorched Perth. Australia may only require another six wickets to win the match and regain the urn, with Stuart Broad nursing a badly bruised foot from a Johnson yorker on day three.
Watson and Bailey had battered the touring bowlers senseless on a brutal fourth morning to set the target. In all, the Australians piled up 134 runs in 17 overs on the fourth morning, adding to English dejection with every run.

Australia will  win the Ashes.Bad luck for England.It is a match can be win by

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