England's James Anderson, center, celebrates with teammates after taking the wicket of Australia's Cameron Bancroft for 4 runs during the third day of their Ashes cricket test match in Adelaide, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft)
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England finally got the pink ball to swing on the third night of the second Ashes test Monday but it still looked too little, too late and Australia will go into day four on 53 for four with a lead of 268 runs.That the usually free-scoring Warner took 60 balls to eke out 14 runs was an indication of how tough the conditions were and captain could have followed vice captain in the following over when Smith was given out lbw for a three-ball duck.Root made just nine before he got a thick edge to a Cummins delivery, however, and Cook departed for 37 prodding at a Lyon tweaker with Smith gobbling up the catch at the first slip.
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