Australia 60 (Broad 8-15) and 241 for 7 (Voges 48*, Starc 0*) trail England 391 for 9 dec (Root 130, Bairstow 74, Starc 6-111) by 90 runs.
Australia foreboding gripped throughout the second day at Trent Bridge as they successfully delayed what seemed to be inevitable progress of England towards recovery from the ashes. The word “success” is used freely. For the second race in the series, they faced not only by the threat of defeat, but the defeat in two days, but as
they did in Edgbaston, they summoned enough strength to delay suffering.
England vs Australia 4th Test Result
Delaying the suffering is one thing, the temple of the sentence is already playing back home quite another. Michael Clarke, about to lose his second Ashes campaign as England captain, suffered another disappointing dismissal, at 34, however, could tip the international retirement at the end of the series.
A Ashes result of two days is a rarity that last occurred in 1921, and it seemed a bet equals when Australia embarked on their second innings shortly before lunch with a deficit of 331. cricinfo