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    Australia have built a 188-run lead at lunch on day four of the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney, but lost the key wicket of David Warner as they reached 66 for 2 at the break

    Australia have built a 188-run lead at lunch on day four of the fourth Ashes Test in Sydney, but lost the key wicket of David Warner as they reached 66 for 2 at the break


    Aussie paceman snared four wickets for 36 as England were bowled out for 294 early in the day, a deficit of 122.

    Warner fell for three, with England's Mark Wood, bowling with a bloody knee after landing on the pitch, found Warner's edge with a delivery on a pinpoint length.

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    Meanwhile, the Central Stags are batting at 10 runs an over, and are 160 for three after 16 after being sent in by Wellington in their Twenty20 Super Smash match in New Plymouth.

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