A video uploaded by Cricket Australia on their YouTube channel showing pace bowler Ryan Harris interact with the media following the third day's play during the fourth Test of the Ashes at Chester-le-Street.

Harris believes Australia is not out of the fourth Test despite the prospect of a large run-chase. And with Australia boasting a world-class batsman in captain Michael Clarke, who made 187 in the drawn third Test at Old Trafford, first-innings century-maker Chris Rogers and dynamic opener David Warner, Harris said they were far from out of this match.

Harris, whose 15-Test career has been blighted by injuries, took three wickets for 18 runs in 25 balls as he bowled Joe Root and had both England captain Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott caught behind.

Instead it was all-rounder Shane Watson who broke down Sunday, the medium-pacer going off with a groin/hip problem.