Mark Wood’s extreme pace destroys Australia on day three of fourth Test in Old Trafford

Only Manchester’s infamous wet weather can save Australia after Mark Wood’s extreme pace left England in an unassailable position controlling the fourth Test at Old Trafford.

Wood (3-17) removed Usman Khawaja (18) fending and bounced out Steve Smith (17) and Travis Head (1), leaving Australia in tatters at 4/113 in their second innings on Friday, still requiring another 162 to make England bat a second time after the hosts scored 592.

England’s Mark Wood celebrates after taking the…

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