England hung on for a gripping draw with just one wicket left in the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney on Sunday to deny Australia a 4-0 series lead.
Australia crushed England by nine wickets to win the first Ashes Test in style just after lunch on day four at the Gabba on Saturday.
Joe Root and Dawid Malan batted through the final session to give England hope in the opening Ashes Test against Australia at the Gabba on Friday.
Travis Head blasted a rapid-fire century to crush England hopes on the second day of the opening Ashes Test at the Gabba.
England were bowled out for 147 on the first day of the first Ashes Test in Brisbane, with Pat Cummins taking 5-38 on his captaincy debut.
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