Adam Voges ins Australia's last hope of ensuring that they wipe out the deficit on Day 3 © Getty Images
Adam Voges ins Australia’s last hope of ensuring that they wipe out the deficit on Day 3 © Getty Images

Australia need a further 90 runs to make England bat again on Day Three of the fourth Ashes 2015 Test at Trent Bridge. Adam Voges is still battling it out there on an unbeaten 48 and will hope that the tail supports him long enough to set England a respectable target to chase deon in the fourth innings. England on the other hand, will hope that they knock the remaining wickets off and win the match as early as possible and clinch the series 3-1 with another Test to be played at The Oval. Ben Stokes picked up five wickets on Day Two to knock the stiffing out of the Australian batsmen and will look to add to his tally when play begins on Day Three. Live Blog: England vs Australia, The Ashes 2015, 4th Test at Trent Bridge, Day 3

Stuart Broad picked u eight wickets in the first innings to bowl Australia out for just 60 in 18.3 Overs. England then courtesy of a magnificent century from Joe Root and a gritty fifty from Jonny Bairstow ensured that they took a lead of 331 before declaring the innings. Australia started their innings off well after their openers David Warner and Chris Rogers put on 113 for the first wicket, but the middle-order failed to cash in on it in the latter stages. Australia will hope that they come out stronger in the next Test and win the match and end the series on a high. LIVE Scorecard: England vs Australia, 4th Ashes Test, Day 3

Brief scores:

Australia 60 (Michael Clarke 10, Mitchell Johnson 13, EXTRAS 14; Stuart Broad 8 for 15, Mark Wood 1 for 13, Steven Finn 1 for 21) & 241 for 7 ( Rogers 52, David Warner 64; Stuart Broad 1 for 36, Ben Stokes 5 for 35) trail England 391 for 9 decl. (Alastair Cook 43, Joe Root 130, Jonny Bairstow 74; Mitchell Starc 6 for 111, Josh Hazlewood 2 for 97) by 90 runs.