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England collapse to 67 all-out in disastrous Ashes innings | UK News



England have collapsed to 67 all out after a calamitous Ashes innings against Australia at Headingley.

The top scorer on 12 was Joe Denly – the only player to make it to double figures – as the Aussies ripped through England in just 27.5 overs.

It’s the team’s lowest Ashes score since 1948, and marks a huge missed opportunity to capitalise after the Aussies were dismissed for 179 in the first innings.

England desperately need to win the Test after losing the first game and drawing the second.

Even star batsmen such as Jason Roy and Ben Stokes could only manage nine and eight apiece as an England horror show played out at the Leeds ground.

The paltry 67 is not far off England’s worst-ever Test score against Australia of 45 – back in 1887.

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