At the end of the fourth day's play, Australia had scored 114 runs for the loss of no wickets after England set a target of 170 runs to win the 1st Test.

Live updates:

Australia 328 & 114/0 (34 overs, target: 170)

Stumps - Australia requires another 56 runs with 10 wickets in hand.

England 302 & 195

Australia lost four quick wickets when their score was just 76. It was Steven Smith (64) and Shaun Marsh (44) who helped Australia to finish the second day without any further damage.

James Anderson led the English bowling attack from the front, as he picked the crucial wicket of Cameron Bancroft in his 15-over spell.

Usman Khawaja (11) once again failed to put up a decent show and was caught leg before the wicket to a Moeen Ali delivery.

David Warner (26) started well for the Aussies, but failed to maintain the momentum and gave away his wicket to Jake Ball when the team score was 59. Stuart Broad picked the wicket of Peter Handscomb (14).

Earlier, England who batted first scored 302 runs; all credit goes to the brilliant knock by James Vince (83).

David Malan (56) and Mark Stoneman (53) too gave valuable contributions to the team. At one point in time, England were 246/5, but later the middle order of the English side collapsed dramatically, and their tenth wicket fell when the total was 302 on board.

What to expect from the third day?

As the match is slowly emerging as a nail-biting encounter, the English side will be aiming to end the Australian batting before the morning tea session.

If Australia loses the wicket of Steven Smith in the early hours, then things will not be that easy, as they do not have any more reliable batsman in the lineup beginning from the seventh spot. On the other hand, Aussies will aim to bat throughout the third day, so that they can have a considerable lead, thus pressurizing the English team as they gear up for the second innings batting.

Where to watch the live actions of this game?

Recently, BT Sports grabbed the UK rights of telecasting cricket matches played in Australia. BT Sports will telecast all the five test matches of this Ashes series in Britain. All the cricket matches played in Australia for the next five years will be also telecast by BT Sports in the UK.

Sony Six will telecast the Ashes series in India. In the US, Ashes series can be watched live on Willow TV. Internet users can access the live scores either by visiting ESPN Cricinfo or Cricbuzz. The live streaming can be watched on Sky Sports website.