Australia beat England to set up Ashes decider
Australia secured victory in the fourth Ashes Test at Headingley to draw level in the series this afternoon as England's lower-order crumbled after lunch.
The home side started the day's play trailing the tourists by 261 runs with a score of 82 for five. England's uphill battle got even tougher when they lost two wickets within the first hour.
Not even a partnership of 108 runs by Stuart Broad and Graeme Swann could save the day for Andrew Strauss' team who were 263 all out just six overs following the resumption of play after lunch.
Australia's win now sets up an Ashes series decider at the Oval which gets underway on August 20.