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Where: Trent Bridge, Nottingham
When: 10.30 (BST)
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England are on the cusp of taking an important 1-0 lead in the best of five Ashes series, after ripping the ascendancy away from Australia in the final session of day four at Trent Bridge.
Chasing 311 for victory, Australian openers Shane Watson and Chris Rogers looked composed at the crease as they cruised to a 84-run partnership before Watson was out LBW to Stuart Broad for 46.
Ed Cowan again was out of sorts at the crease and managed to scratch around for his 14, before he too was sent packing by Joe Root, who earned his first Test wicket to make the score 111-2.
Cowan’s wicket started a chain-reaction as the touring side struggled to put together a partnership of note as wickets tumbled and the crowd rose in anticipation they would see an England win on day four.
Graeme Swann started to make his mark at a ground where he has traditionally not had success, in claiming the scalps of Steve Smith and Phil Hughes, with the ball fizzing, staying low or popping off the crumbling pitch.
Brad Haddin and Ashton Agar, who was promoted to number eight after his impressive innings of 98 in the first innings, survived until the end of play.
However, with the Australians still needing 137 runs with four wickets in hand, all of which are the tail, the Three Lions would feel confident of wrapping up the Test before the tea break.
Australia will be looking for one more rear-guard action from its tail after the middle-order again failed with the potentially for changes in the side increased before the second Test of the series starting on Thursday at Lords.