Australia's Cameron Bancroft, center, looks back as England's Alastair Cook, left, tries to take a catch during the Ashes cricket test in Brisbane, Australia, Sunday, Nov. 26, 2017. (AP Photo/Tertius Pickard)
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England struggled after a contentious stumping decision against Moeen Ali in the middle session on day four and was bundled out for 195 after a late collapse of 4-10, including the last three wickets for one run in 10 deliveries.Mitchell Starc picked up two wickets in the over that should have been the last before tea, ensuring the extra time that allowed Pat Cummins to take the last wicket and leave Australia with four sessions to chase 170 .Pacemen Starc and Josh Hazlewood and offspinner Nathan Lyon finished the innings with three wickets apiece, and Joe Root top-scored for England with 51 .The England captain had just reach his 33rd test half century from 103 balls, but was trapped lbw by Hazlewood with the very next delivery.Ali had moved quickly to 40 from 64 balls when he stretched down the pitch to defend a delivery from Lyon and wicketkeeper Tim Paine whipped off the bails, instantly making an appeal to the umpire at square leg.
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