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Nicely then, everyone. That wasn’t precisely probably the most thrilling two nights of my life, however I’ve loved it nonetheless and I hope you probably did too.
JIM SHERIDAN might be again to convey you the Fifth Test in Sydney beginning on January four, so make sure to maintain him firm.
I shall love you and depart you with JOHN ETHERIDGE’S REPORT from the MCG.
And that’s it. Palms have been shaken. An early finish to proceedings in Melbourne. A a lot better displaying from England right here and they’re prevented a whitewash. That is the primary time since Sydney in 2011 that England haven’t misplaced a Test in Australia.
England needed extra, they have been in a place to win, however rain yesterday and an terrible pitch have denied them.
That's it. The fourth #Ashes Test is drawn. Australia lead three-zero
Scorecard: https://t.co/osnYPjcpzQ #Ashes pic.twitter.com/IwKeffyMfl
— cricket.com.au (@CricketAus) December 30, 2017
124th over: Australia 263-four (Smith 102, M.Marsh 29) – lead by ninety nine runs
Captain Root into the assault… and a little bit of an APPEAL for LBW. Nothing there although. 4 extra byes to the Australian complete.
123rd over: Australia 259-four (Smith 102, M.Marsh 29) – lead by ninety five runs
Moeen continues, and one other maiden. Australia have shut up store. They’re almost there now.
122nd over: Australia 259-four (Smith 102, M.Marsh 29) – lead with ninety five runs
Curran continues to steam in, he’s bowled admirably on his debut.
One other maiden. 5 overs till we’ll in all probability see a handshake.
"It's all about battle, willpower and ardour for his nation!"
Steve Smith brings up his twenty third Test hundred and his third in this collection ?
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— The Ashes on BT Sport (@btsportcricket) December 30, 2017