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    In pics: England vs Australia, 1st Ashes Test, Day 4

    • The 138-run stand between Bell and Stuart Broad was broken by James Pattinson as he dismissed Broad for 65, who went to the pavilion raising his bat acknowledging the standing ovation given to him by the Trent Bridge crowd. Broad scored 65 off 148 balls. (Getty Images)

    • 15 runs later, Mitchell Starc got rid of Ian Bell for 109. Bell faced 267 balls for his defiant knock as England lead soared over the 300-run mark. (Getty Images)

    • Peter Siddle took little time in cleaning up the tail removing Graeme Swann and James Anderson in quick succession to end the England innings at 375, with a lead of 311 runs. (Getty Images)

    • Stuart Broad broke the promising partnership right after the drinks break removing Shane Watson LBW for 46 even though Watto went for a referral against the umpire’s decision. (Getty Images)

    • Chasing 311 to win, Australian openers, Shane Watson and Chris Rogers, started off well compiling a solid 84-run stand for the opening wicket. (Getty Images)

    • Chris Rogers scored a patient 52 off 176 balls but perished to James Anderson after Ed Cowan was scalped by Joe Root at the stroke of tea. (Getty Images)

    • Michael Clarke got out to Stuart Broad for 23 followed by a middle order slump with Hughes and Smith following suit to leave Australia six down at 174, needing another 137 run to win at stumps. (Getty Images)

    • Starting the day at 326 for 6, Ian Bell reaches his 18th Test hundred as England extended their lead in the first session. (Getty Images)