England and Oz

Hi Jonathan

The Nottingham Test match has so far been an unbelievable 2 days of excitement.
At the end of first day Australia appeared to be on the rack, but a 19 year old from Western Australia, Ashton Agar, changed all that. He came in at number 11, and by the time he was out, for 98 (in 101 balls), the match had swung. Now, Australia are in the driving seat. 

But with the pitch getting dryer it may give more hope for the Poms  in the fourth innings, when Australia will probably be set 240 to win. 
It’ll all happen tomorrow, Friday, when it’ll be another scorcher in the UK.

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