Australia set target of 299 to win fourth Ashes Test

England set Australia a target of 299 to win the fourth Ashes Test in Durham.

England have set Australia a target of 299 to win the fourth Ashes Test in Durham.

The hosts were bowled out for 330 during the morning session on Monday following a devastating spell of bowling from Ryan Harris.

With England starting on 234-5, Harris tore through the lower order, taking out Ian Bell (113) and Matt Prior (0) with successive balls.

Stuart Broad was the next to go (13) before Tim Bresnan fell five runs short of his half-century.

England's time at the crease finally came to an end when Nathan Lyon dismissed James Anderson for a duck.

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Michael Clarke, Shane Watson and Nathan Lyon of Australia walk off as rain falls during day five of the 3rd Investec Ashes Test match between England and Australia on August 5, 2013
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