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The Ashes 2023 3rd Test Day 4: Action in images

Published on Jul 09, 2023 08:45 PM IST
  • England and Australia traded blows for two thrilling sessions at the end of which, the hosts won by three wickets and kept the Ashes alive. They now trail 2-1. 
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England and Australia traded blows for two sessions and the former came up with the win as they prevailed by three wickets. The win has kept England, and the series itself, alive, as they now trail 2-1 going into the fourth Test aga Old Trafford. (Action Images via Reuters) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jul 09, 2023 08:45 PM IST

England and Australia traded blows for two sessions and the former came up with the win as they prevailed by three wickets. The win has kept England, and the series itself, alive, as they now trail 2-1 going into the fourth Test aga Old Trafford. (Action Images via Reuters)

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Australia landed big blows early on, with Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Moeen Ali and Joe Root all falling in the first session. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jul 09, 2023 08:45 PM IST

Australia landed big blows early on, with Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Moeen Ali and Joe Root all falling in the first session. (AFP)

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Brook shouldered much of the chase in the second session. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Brook shouldered much of the chase in the second session. (AFP)

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Ben Stokes fell off just the second ball of the second session and Jonny Bairstow was dismissed shortly thereafter and it looked like Australia had nudged ahead. (Action Images via Reuters) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Ben Stokes fell off just the second ball of the second session and Jonny Bairstow was dismissed shortly thereafter and it looked like Australia had nudged ahead. (Action Images via Reuters)

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However, Harry Brook and Chris Woakes closed the door on Australia. The pair put up 59 runs for the seventh wicket and the partnership was broken only when Brook fell on 75(Action Images via Reuters) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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However, Harry Brook and Chris Woakes closed the door on Australia. The pair put up 59 runs for the seventh wicket and the partnership was broken only when Brook fell on 75(Action Images via Reuters)

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Mark Wood then came in and smashed away any chances that Australia saw. Chris Woakes then scored the winning runs with a four. (AFP) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Published on Jul 09, 2023 08:45 PM IST

Mark Wood then came in and smashed away any chances that Australia saw. Chris Woakes then scored the winning runs with a four. (AFP)

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