England's Joe Root, right, ducks to avoid a delivery from Australia's Josh Hazlewood during the fourth day of their Ashes cricket test match in Adelaide, Tuesday, Dec. 5, 2017. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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At the close of an absorbing fourth day, England were 176 for four with Root unconquered on 67 and nightwatchman Chris Woakes not out five -- 178 runs from victory with six wickets in hand heading into Wednesday's final day.Root had a leg before wicket decision on 32 off Nathan Lyon overturned on review, with the 'Hawk-Eye' tracker plotting that the ball would have gone over the stumps.Malan put on 78 with Root before he was bowled by Pat Cummins for 29 .The Australians were knocked over for 138 off 58 overs at tea but, bolstered by their 215-run innings lead, this left England with a record chase.First innings centurion Shaun Marsh was cleaned up by Woakes for 19, before Anderson got his fifth wicket of the innings when Starc holed out to Moeen Ali for 20 .
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