- At the close of play of day three, Australia were 53 for four, with a lead of 268
- England took four early wickets on day four to leave the home side 122 for eight
- Jimmy Anderson took his first five-wicket haul Down Under before Tea break
- Chris Woakes also took four for 36 as England ripped through the home side
- Craig Overton took the final wicket as Australia set England 354 to win
Daniel Matthews For Mailonline
England lost two wickets for one run as hopes dipped in pursuit of a national-record run chase to complete an astounding reversal of fortune in Adelaide.
James Anderson’s maiden five-wicket haul in Australia, and four from Chris Woakes too, helped Joe Root’s men bowl their hosts out for 138 on day four to give themselves a highly-improbable victory target of 354 in this inaugural pink-ball Ashes Test.
After a half-century opening stand, England then soon lost Alastair Cook lbw to Nathan Lyon and Mark Stoneman caught at gully off Mitchell Starc on the way to 68 for two at dinner.
Australia, who completely dominated the first two-and-a-half days of this second Test, therefore remained overwhelming favourites to go 2-0 up with three to play.
You can follow all the day-four action with Sportsmail’s DANIEL MATTHEWS, with PAUL NEWMAN, MARTIN SAMUEL, and LAWRENCE BOOTH providing updates and session reports from Adelaide.
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