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David Warner posted an emotional message on his Instagram account thanking the fans for supporting the Australian team, who retained The Ashes at the end of the a long tour of England that started with the 2019 World Cup.
Matthew Wade's unbeaten 60 kept England at bay on the second session of the fourth day of the final Ashes Test at The Oval here on Sunday as the visitors lost two wickets but added 99 runs to be at 167/4. While Australia needs 232 to win the series, England are five wickets away from levelling the five-match rubber.
Stuart Broad took out the openers and Jack Leach got Marnus Labuschagne as England continued their march towards a series levelling win at The Oval on Day 4 of the final Ashes Test on Sunday. Steve Smith is still in the middle, thus keeping alive Australia's slim chances but he was hardly allowed to settle by Sam Curran. Australia are 68/3 chasing a target of 399.
His abysmal form notwithstanding, senior opener David Warner will continue to be a part of the Australian team when they embark on their home summer with the test series against Pakistan, former captain Ricky Ponting has said.
Australia head coach Justin Langer has backed out-of-form opener David Warner to come good in the fifth and final Ashes Test beginning Thursday at The Oval.
Australia coach Justin Langer has said one good innings from opening batsman David Warner will help the team win the fifth and final Ashes Test.
Even though Steve Smith has been in immaculate form in the ongoing Ashes and has single-handedly allowed Australia to retain the Urn, former England pacer Steve Harmison believes the Australian batter will always be remembered as a "cheat".
Stuart Broad has got into David Warner's head after getting the Australian opener out six times in the ongoing Ashes, Steve Smith has said.
Australia remain ahead in the fourth Ashes Test despite Stuart Broad and Jofra Archer reducing them to 63/4 at Tea on Day 4. The visitors have extended their lead to 259 runs with Steve Smith looking as unflappable as ever and Matthew Wade in the middle.
Marnus Labuschagne notched up his fourth straight half century whie Steve Smith remained unbeaten on 60 as Australia reached 170/3 at tea on Day 1 of the rain-affected fourth Test on Wednesday.