4th Ashes Test, Day 3: England vs Australia - As it happened...
Welcome to our live coverage from the third day of fourth Ashes Test between England and Australia, being played at Trent Bridge.
New Delhi: Welcome to our live coverage from the third day of fourth Ashes Test between England and Australia, being played at Trent Bridge.
Australia 2nd Innings
In between, Australian captain Michael Clarke has announced his retirement from international cricket. He will play his last match for Australia in the final Ashes Test at Oval.
— England Cricket (@englandcricket) August 8, 2015
Over 72.4 || Score 253 All Out
That's the wicket for Enland redemption. Nathan Lyon draged a Mark Wood delivery into the stumps and a joyous English side celebrate their Ashes victory.
Nathan Lyon b Mark Wood 4 (12b)
England won the match by an innings and 78 runs. And sealed the series 3-1 with the fifth Test match still to play.
Over 70 || Score 243/9 (Voges 50, Hazlewwod 0)
Another wicket. Mark Wood clean bowled Josh Hazlewood off the last delivery of the 69th over.
Josh Hazlewood b Mark Wood 0 (10b)
Last batsman Nathan Lyon joined Adam Voges in the centre as England are on the brink of winning the match and series and regain the urn. Voges completed his 50 with a single off Ben Stokes in the third delivery of the 70th over.
Over 67 || Score 242/8 (Voges 48, Hazlewood 0)
Third day's play started, with Mark Wood resuming his over. Australia completed the over without further damage. But in the 66th over, Ben Stokes returned to haunt them again. He removed Mitchell Star with the last delivery of the over and England are two wickets away from the victory.
Mitchell Starc c Ian Bell b Ben Stokes 0 (17b)
Josh Hazlewood joined Adam Voges, who was looking to complete a half-century of his own.
Day 2 roundup
Ben Stokes`s five-wicket haul left England on the verge of an Ashes-clinching win in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge on Friday. The all-rounder stood up to his task and enthralled the fans at Nottingham.
When bad light forced an early close to the second day, Australia were 241 for seven in their second innings -- still 90 runs shy of making England, 2-1 up in the five-match series, bat again.
Pace bowling all-rounder Stokes had taken five wickets for 35 runs in 16 overs. Adam Voges will look to bat a s long as possible but he looks short of batting partners. The 35-year-old batsman is on 48 and has played well so far in this innings.
Alastair Cook will be a happy man with the way England have gone through their task in the series by uprooting the shaky Aussies. The bowling has been England's strength and Joe Root has been the knight with the shining armour of the batting department.
England will look to wrap up three wickets quickly as possible and get an innings victory. This will be psychological boost ahead of the final Test. For Aussies they need to go back and change their approach mentally especially the batting that has let them down.