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Live: Day four, fourth Ashes Test

That mighty bowling partnership of Bresnan and Broad now broken up, with Jimmy Anderson replacing the former.

England closing in on a stirring victory here, as well as a series win. Australia is 8-203.

The first 10 overs of this Bresnan-Broad bowling partnership produced 4 wickets and 12 runs, with Australia going from 2-167 after 43 overs to 6-179 after 53.

It's now 7-182 in the 54th over, with Peter Siddle and Ryan Harris at the crease.

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WICKET UPHELD!! Hawk-Eye predicts the ball would, like with Watson, have grazed the outside of leg-stump, but also only just got the top of it too. Haddin gone for 4 off 6 deliveries - and Australia loses its last review. DRS no longer a factor in this match. Australia 7-181.

That mighty bowling partnership of Bresnan and Broad now broken up, with Jimmy Anderson replacing the former.

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The first 10 overs of this Bresnan-Broad bowling partnership produced 4 wickets and 12 runs, with Australia going from 2-167 after 43 overs to 6-179 after 53.

It's now 7-182 in the 54th over, with Peter Siddle and Ryan Harris at the crease.

wicket!

WICKET UPHELD!! Hawk-Eye predicts the ball would, like with Watson, have grazed the outside of leg-stump, but also only just got the top of it too. Haddin gone for 4 off 6 deliveries - and Australia loses its last review. DRS no longer a factor in this match. Australia 7-181.

The first 10 overs of this Bresnan-Broad bowling partnership produced 4 wickets and 12 runs, with Australia going from 2-167 after 43 overs to 6-179 after 53.

It's now 7-182 in the 54th over, with Peter Siddle and Ryan Harris at the crease.

wicket!

WICKET UPHELD!! Hawk-Eye predicts the ball would, like with Watson, have grazed the outside of leg-stump, but also only just got the top of it too. Haddin gone for 4 off 6 deliveries - and Australia loses its last review. DRS no longer a factor in this match. Australia 7-181.

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WICKET!! Haddin given out leg-before to Broad, getting across his stumps. Given out by Aleem Dar. Immediately challenges, perhaps due to tactics as much as height.

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WICKET!! Haddin given out leg-before to Broad, getting across his stumps. Given out by Tony Hill. Immediately challenges, perhaps due to tactics as much as height.

Stuart Broad reinforces his status as England's dominant bowler at Chester-le-Street, to the delight of the crowd.

England's Stuart Broad celebrates his wicket of Australia captain Michael Clarke on day four of the fourth Ashes Test at ...
England's Stuart Broad celebrates his wicket of Australia captain Michael Clarke on day four of the fourth Ashes Test at Chester-le-Street. Photo: AP

Clarke, asked to play his second unplayable ball of the series. Like with Jimmy Anderson it was the same result with Stuart Broad.

Australia captain Michael Clarke looks at his knocked-back off-stump as England's Stuart broad celebrates the superb ...
Australia captain Michael Clarke looks at his knocked-back off-stump as England's Stuart broad celebrates the superb delivery that dismissed him late on day four of the fourth Ashes Test at Chester-le-Street. Photo: Getty Images

Peter Siddle in to join Brad Haddin.

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WICKET UPHELD!! Aleem Dar's decision endorsed - just! Watson had shuffled across his crease to Bresnan aiming to turn him down leg-side, with the ball beating his inside-edge. Hawk-Eye predicted the ball would have grazed the outside of leg-stump. so decision stand and Australia loses a review. Watson goes for 2 off 11 deliveries. Australia 6-179. England with all the momentum.

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WICKET!! Watson adjudged leg-before to Tim Bresnan, from Aleem Dar!! Reviews it.

Brad Haddin in now. Australia has lost 4-28 in 11.2 overs - definitely qualifies as a wobble.

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WICKET!! Stuart Broad has done it again! Smith tried to pull a short delivery but misjudged line, ball came off his gloves down onto his stumps. Gone for 2. Australia 5-175. Definitely "game on" now!

Cook again employing a short mid-on for Watson, stationed just next to the non-striker.

Shane Watson in to join Steve Smith. Australia needs 125 to win, with six wickets in hand.

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