England vs Australia: Day three of fourth Ashes Test in a nutshell

Australia split Joe Root’s box prior to landing three more painful blows to change the balance of drama against England at Old Trafford…
Josh Hazlewood reignited Australia’s hopes of an success after Joe Root and Rory Burns had anchored England’s comeback.
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Root (71) – to the floor where he struck a career-best 254 against Pakistan three decades back and averages 99.16 – and Burns (81) shared a third-wicket rack of 141, only for Hazlewood (4-48) to dismiss them both and Jason Roy (22) as England closed a rain-shortened afternoon on 200-5, 297 runs behind Australia and needing a further 98 to prevent the follow on.
The sloppy fielding of england arrived day two under the microscope but it had been. Root needed 58 runs on his name when he seemed to perform a full delivery from Pat Cummins through the leg-sideto snick a top edge behind. The seamer had his man – so he thought – before that the statuesque was bisected by the chunk wicketkeeper first slip David Warner and Tim Paine.
“We have seen Warner take a couple to his left at the show but that has to be the wicketkeeper’s grab,” explained Mike Atherton. “It wasn’t like the’keeper was wrong-footed either. If something Paine took half-a-step to his right so he was gong the ideal way but he then chose not to go in any way.”
How important are maidens? England’s bowlers mustered just 12 as Australia wrapped together at within their first innings – the home side not able to maintain constant pressure that the attack of Australia did on day three.
The tourists’ three quick bowlers refused to let Joe Root and hit the pitch consistently and their century stand that was resilient is scored openly in by Rory Burns – by bagging 3-16 in 1 spell yet the other Pat Cummins display was followed by the pressure telling as Hazlewood.
The stats reveal that while Australia joined up the dots England bowled a maiden after every 10. Together with England this build-up of stress could prove notification.
Nasser Hussain:”Burns and Root have performed brilliantly. Out of all the openers within this show Burns has burst out, with a hundred at Lord’s and now this innings here. For England, there can’t be any dismissals that are soft – it is a fantastic surface for the seamers, together with bounce. Don’t give Australia anything because then they come in a pack.”
Isa Guha:”Joe Root has spoke about using Ben Stokes’ knock because the blueprint for the way they need to violin, giving themselves a time in the middle to see exactly what it’s doing – and that’s precisely what they do possess, lots of time left in this Test.”
England fast bowling coach Chris Silverwood:”We’ve got to be careful with Jofra – he is playing his next Test match. We have got to cut a little bit of flak to – he’s still finding his way. But he’s put the workload in and we’ve seen what he is capable of but he’s not going to do it daily.”
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