New Delhi: The fifth and final Test of the Ashes series between Australia and England is being played in Kennington, London. The hosts' second innings in this Test is over. Australia bowled out the England team for 329 on the fourth day. In this way, the guest team now needs A399 to make history with the win. England, playing their second innings with a lead of 69 runs, were all out to 329 runs. In this way, England had a lead of 398 runs. Now the Australian team has to score 399 runs to win the match.
The Australian team has two full days left to chase such a giant. At the same time, if the Australian team draws this match then the Kangaroo team will also win the series. The Australian team is leading 2–1 in this five-match series. One match of this series was drawn. In such a situation, if England has to defend the Ashes series then the Australian team will have to be all out before 398 runs.
If the England team is able to do so, then the Ashes series will be jointly named for both teams. After the third day's play ended, the England team's score was 8 wickets for 313 runs. On the fourth day of the game, England was able to play just 27 balls, losing both wickets and adding a total of 16 runs to the team's account. Earlier in the match, Australian captain Tim Paine won the toss and elected to bowl first and restricted England to 294 runs. After this, the Kangaroo team was also piled on for 225 runs. While Australia will have its eyes on making history, the focus of the host team will be on equalizing.
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