Joe Root helped England extend resistance into a final day in their unequal battle to save the second Ashes Test at Adelaide.
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Dave Tickner picks out the key points from day four of the second Ashes Test at the Adelaide Oval.
Reaction from day four of the second Ashes Test between Australia and England at The Adelaide Oval.
Australia are 1/9 with Sky Bet to win the second Ashes Test after England's batsmen took the game into a final day.
West Indies escaped with a draw from the first Test against New Zealand after final-day rain in Dunedin.
Yorkshire's second XI coach Paul Farbrace has been given permission to open talks with Sri Lanka over their coaching position.
Ireland coach Phil Simmons has agreed a two-year contract extension.
Quinton de Kock's superb century propelled South Africa to a crushing 141-run victory over India in the first one-day international.
Lou Vincent has confirmed he is being investigated by the ICC over allegations of match-fixing.
Australia have put seamers Nathan Coulter-Nile and Doug Bollinger on standby for next week's third Ashes Test in Perth.