Highlights from the final session of day four of the first Ashes Test, as England edged towards victory with four wickets late in the day.
England require four more wickets to clinch the first Ashes Test against Australia, who were 137 runs short of their target at the close of day four.
The tourists finished the day on 174-6, chasing a target of 311, after Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann took two wickets each at Trent Bridge.
Australia's hopes of salvaging an unlikely victory rest largely on the young shoulders of first innings hero Ashton Agar, who was promoted to No.8 in the Australian batting order and is at the crease on one not out.
England's bowlers struck late on day four of the first Ashes Test to leave Australia with an uphill task at Trent Bridge.
Stuart Broad took the vital wicket of Aussie captain Michael Clarke, before Graeme Swann dismissed Steven Smith to leave the tourists on 162-5, chasing a target of 311 to win the Test.
Opener Chris Rogers hit an unbeaten half century as Australia made a strong start in their pursuit of 311 to win the first Test at Trent Bridge.
But Joe Root's wicket with the last ball of the afternoon session maintained the upper hand for England, with the tourists 111-2 at tea.
Stuart Broad got England's other wicket, dismissing Shane Watson lbw after the Australian openers put on 84 for the first wicket.
England have been bowled out for 375 in the first Ashes Test and Trent Bridge, giving them a lead of 310.
Ian Bell was the highest scorer, hitting 109.
Ian Bell has scored 100 not out at Trent Bridge as England continue to build a healthy lead against Australia.
England are currently 275 ahead.
Stuart Broad, who controversially decided not to walk when he edged a ball to a fielder yesterday, has scored a half century.
It will be hot with plenty of strong sunshine at Trent Bridge today for the fourth day of the first Ashes Test but there is a risk of heavy showers in the afternoon.
But, there will be plenty of play today.
The first Ashes Test has been blighted by some strange umpiring decisions, here is a look at the controversies:
Ashton Agar: The 19-year-old debutant was only on six when he appeared to have been stumped. The decision was referred to the video umpire who decided to keep Agar in. He went on to make 98 - a Test world record for a number 11.
Jonathan Trott: The on-field umpire decided not to give Trott out for an lbw appeal. Replays seemed to suggest the ball hit his bat before pad but, with technology unavailable, the video umpire overruled the initial decision and Trott was out for a duck.
Stuart Broad: Australia were left incensed after Broad stood his ground despite him edging a ball to a fielder. The umpire did not spot the dismissal and Australia had used all of their reviews. The England player stayed on the field and will continue batting today.