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Aus eye history, Eng aim for draw

DNMUM442823 | 9/12/2019 | Author : DNA Correspondent | WC :327

Having retained Ashes, Paine & Co. will go for first series win UK since 2001 in final Test today
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Mumbai: After suffering from a heart-wrenching defeat in Manchester and relinquishing the urn, England will aim to draw the five-match Ashes series and gain all 24 ICC World Test Championship points available when they take on Australia in the final Test beginning on Thursday at The Oval.
England, who clinched a miraculous win in the third Test, failed to keep up their spirit and came out with a below-par performance, especially with the bat, at Old Trafford as they lost the match by 185 runs. It will Trevor Bayliss’ last match as England head coach. England’s batsmen have not been able to perform as Joe Root and Bayliss would have liked. Ben Stokes, their hero at Headingley, is set to have a shoulder scan after he pick
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