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Australia play for pride in final Ashes test at Kia Oval

Australia made a positive start to the Fifth Test, reaching lunch on 82-0 thanks to Chris Rogers and David Warner.

The tourists are already 3-1 behind in the series, meaning they are playing for pride only.

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Root caught behind for 130 as England build on lead

Root hit a brilliant 130. Credit: PA

Joe Root was caught behind for a magnificent 130 on the second day of the fourth Ashes test as England moved onto 297-5 to lead by 237 runs.

Root couldn't quite get going after his dominant day yesterday on an overcast morning at Trent Bridge.

Mitchell Starc took Root and then dismissed nightwatchman Mark Wood for 28 with a fabulous ball.

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