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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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Australia lose five early wickets in fourth Ashes test

Stuart Broad was in sensational form taking four early wickets as Australia were reduced to an astonishing 21-5 in the first five overs of the Fourth Ashes Test.

Broad took Chris Rogers for a duck to get his 300th test wicket then claimed Steven Smith in the same opening over.

Mark Wood, replacing James Anderson, then took a third Australia wicket in his first over as David Warner was caught behind to take it to 15-3.

Shaun Marsh then got a big outside edge and Ian Bell did the rest as Broad claimed his third wicket of the day in the third over.

Ben Stokes then took one of the all-time great Ashes catches as Broad took his fourth victim after he caught Adam Voges with a one-handed dive at fifth slip.

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