England fights back with late wickets

The wickets continue to tumble at the WACA as England fights back in the last session of day two of the second Test.

Michael Clarke was the last man out, playing on to Chris Tremlett after racing to 20 from 18 balls.

Australia is 3-64, with Shane Watson unbeaten on 30 and Mike Hussey yet to score as the home side leads by 145 runs with seven wickets in hand.

Earlier, Ricky Ponting was given out on review despite replays that appeared inconclusive as the high drama continued at the WACA.

Ponting was given out caught behind for one after the initial appeal for a glove down the leg side was rejected by umpire Marais Erasmus.

Full story: The Australian


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