Pat Cummins dented England's hopes of Maintaining the Ashes alive by dismissing Jason Roy and Ben Stokes on day five of Their fourth Test at Old Trafford before Supper.

England - who are aiming to bat out the final day of a Test to earn a draw for the first time because 2013 in New Zealand - improved from their overnight 18-2 into 66-2 through Roy (31) and Joe Denly (48no).
But Cummins then castled Roy through the gate to end a rack of 66 and soon had Stokes - whose heroics had denied - caught for you personally.
Stokes walked afterwards gloving Cummins, who has now moved on to 24 wickets to the show and shot his side nearer to retaining the urn - England are 87-4 in the rest, with Jonny Bairstow (2no) along with Denly.
If Australia move 2-1 up with one to play and choose the last six wickets, they'll become the very first touring side to depart England as Ashes holders because 2001's Steve group.
Cummins had begun the victory push Saturday evening, reducing England to 0-2 four balls when he dislodged Rory Burns and Joe Root from consecutive deliveries for ducks.
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