It is all over for Australia
England win 4th Ashes test after Broad sparks Australia collapse - David Warner's dashing half-century on the fourth day gave Australia hope of...
David Warner's dashing half-century on the fourth day gave Australia hope of victory in the fourth Ashes Test against England at Chester-le-Street on Monday.
At tea, Australia were 120 for one, needing a further 179 runs to reach their victory target of 299.
Warner was 57 not out, having shared an opening stand of 109 with first innings century-maker Chris Rogers before his fellow left-hander fell for 49.
Usman Khawaja was unbeaten on six. It looked as if Australia might bat through the second session without losing a wicket until Rogers edged a ball from off-spinner Graeme Swann that gripped and straightened low to Jonathan Trott at first slip.
England 238 & England 330 (Harris 7/117) vs Australia 270 & 216 for nine (David Warner 71, C Rogers 49, Stuart Broad 5/50, T Bresnan 2/36, G Swann 2/53)