Ashes 2019: England v Australia second Test, day four – live
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Updates from the fourth day of play at Lord’sJofra Archer quickly becomes England’s go-to bowlerAny thoughts? Email or tweet @collinsadam 11.39am BST

45th over: Australia 102-5 (Smith 27, Paine 0) Broad has been rewarded for bowling such a full length - as Nasser Hussain notes on telly, fuller than at any stage in his career. As someone clever noted in the press box last week, professional athletes usually have to improve quite a lot at Broad’s age to stay relevant and that’s precisely what...

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