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England Vs Australia, 1st Ashes Test, Day 4: Usman Khawaja's Wicket Key As All Three Results Possible Going Into Final Day - In Pics

England's Stuart Broad took two late wickets to pile pressure on Australia as the opening Ashes Test at Edgbaston headed for a dramatic finish. Australia were making steady progress at 78-1 in pursuit of a victory target of 281 when veteran paceman Broad removed both Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith -- the world's two top-ranked Test batsmen -- to leave the Ashes holders 89-3. At stumps on Monday, the World Test champions were 107-3, still needing a further 174 runs to win on Tuesday's final day. Usman Khawaja, who ended his decade-long wait for an Ashes hundred in England with 141 in Australia's first-innings 386, was 34 not out.

England Vs Australia, 1st Ashes Test: Day 4
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England's Stuart Broad took two late wickets to pile pressure on Australia as the opening Ashes Test at Edgbaston headed for a dramatic finish. Australia were making steady progress at 78-1 in pursuit of a victory target of 281 when veteran paceman Broad removed both Marnus Labuschagne and Steve Smith -- the world's two top-ranked Test batsmen -- to leave the Ashes holders 89-3. At stumps on Monday, the World Test champions were 107-3, still needing a further 174 runs to win on Tuesday's final day. Usman Khawaja, who ended his decade-long wait for an Ashes hundred in England with 141 in Australia's first-innings 386, was 34 not out.

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