The top order batsmen of Australia brought stability to their innings by posting three fifties whereas England went down by dropping few important catches.
The speedsters of the Kangaroos destroyed the formidable batting line up of England in their first innings and the hosts gained a valuable lead in the game.
The Australian wicket keeper, Brad Haddin, along with Mitchell Johnson stabilised the first innings after Stuart Broad removed their top order cheaply.
The sensational 5th Investec Test between England and Australia ended in a draw after the fifth day’s play when the bowlers from both sides grabbed 17 wickets.
Stuart Broad delivered a lethal fast bowling spell vs. Australia on the fourth day of the 4th Test as the visitors surrendered in another game against England.
Another competent hundred by Ian Bell led his side to a commanding position in the 4th Test vs. Australia who lost the momentum while losing 5 wickets cheaply.
Chris Rogers plundered a maiden Test century in his fifth Test while Shane Watson assisted him well with a fifty as Australia commanded the 4th Test vs. England.
A deadly spell in the first session of the final day from James Anderson crippled the lower order batting of Australia as England won the 1st Test at Nottingham.
The Australians followed the chase superbly but their middle order batting crumbled against the splendid bowling by the Englishmen who are anticipating a win.
The composed English side led by James Tredwell along with Jonathan Trott beat South Africa and forced their way to the final of the 2013 ICC Champions Trophy.