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England crash to 124 in chase 271 in Hobart as Australia win series 4-0

Australia throb England 146 runs on Day 3 of Hobart test to finish Ash with an overwhelming score of 4-0.

Placing 271 for a consoling win, England provided a glimmer of hope as their opener added a resolute 68. However, when the partnership broke down, they folded quite a bit. fast, succumbing to 124 in 38.5 overs. Pat Cummins, Scott Boland and Cameron Green claim three horns each as the Australians humiliate Britain again.

Green broke his opening stance over 17 innings, just before the second break. Rory Burns (26) continues at 26, unsure whether to play or drop serve from around the wicket.

Dawid Malan (10) was also thrown by the catcher when he arrived late and deflected the ball into a tree. Green has three when forcing Zak Crawley (36 years old) to serve the keeper fully. After an impressive start, it returned to old woes for England.

Ben Stokes (5) sent the ball from Mitchell Starc to a deep square, while Joe Root (11) was cleared by Boland with a sunken finish. The lower command offered no resistance as Sam Billings (1) chipped Boland in the middle of the game and Ollie Pope (5) was wrapped around his leg by Cummins.

Scott Boland gets Joe Root for the fourth time in the series! 👌🏻This one is still low and Root has been cleaned up. Country needs 170 runs to win with five hooks in hand 👀Watch Ashes Live ICC.tv (in selected areas)#AUSvENG | # WTC23 https://t.co/mcOG2FKkiD

Chris Woakes (5) fell after a catch from Alex Carey off Boland. Fit, Cummins added finishing touches to the Ashes. He threw the ball to Mark Wood (11), who hit a short ball back to the stump. The winning moment came when Ollie Robinson (0) was cleared by the Australian captain. The 4-0 win is a fair reflection of the gulf separating Australia and England.


Mark Wood declares six to bring hope to England

Earlier, Wood claimed a career best score of 6 to 37 as England played Australia 155 in their second half. At one stage, the hosts were in serious trouble with a 63 to 6 ratio. However, Carey’s 49 lifted the Aussies to a respectable total as they set England a very challenging target of 271.

Continuing Days at 37 to 3, Australia lost Boland’s night watch (8) when he knocked one from Wood. In the first round, Centurion Travis Head (8) also died cheaply, hitting the cantaloupe quickly down the leg. Wood also fired Steven Smith at 27 years old because the experienced Australian smash helped a long leg.

Green (23) and Carey added some important runs before Stuart Broad fell into the former coach’s trap. Wood then completed a well-deserved Five-fer when he was caught at short distance by Starc (1). Carey missed the 50 when he caught Broad behind quotes. Wood had six for the innings when he cleared Cummins for 13.

Mark Wood got 5 points! Mitchell Starc pushes Ollie Pope and England beat Australia by 8 points! Watch # Ashes live on ICC.tv (in selected areas)# WTC23 | #AUSvENG https://t.co/5n89gIOyfA

It was a commendable bowling endeavor by England, led by Wood. However, the 271 goal is always a bridge too far from the command to hit the ball.


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