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August 2017, Ashes Series
It's already 2-0 to england with two to play as they look to make it six successful defences of the urn in a row. Australia win the toss and bat at a gloriously sunny Headingley, with England calling up home favourite Stanley Tennison for his debut after Worcester's Nick Walton - averaging 69 in Tests after another double century in the innings victory in the Second Test - was ruled out for the rest of the Summer with a fracture.
The visitors were cruising at 297-5 before the English off-spin twins Jeff Ewing and Mitchell Jowell skittled the tail for 302, but England were unable to build upon this as they hit the self-destruct button in reply and crashed to 81-7 in the 26th over. Debutant Tennison, batting at seven, was still there and has both he and Ewing made 40, the follow on was averted, but at 191-9 the Aussies looked red hot favourites.
Yet Jowell is not one to let his bowling go to waste and as he and Des Thompson build a vital stand for the last wicket. When Thompson finally fell for 55 early on Day 3 (his second FC fifty - both in Tests) they had somehow taken England to 308, a six-run lead and put on a user record 117 for the last wicket.
The drama had only just begun as Hurst (267) and Scargill (117) then put on a massive 360 for the second wicket in the Australians' second innings as all four of the English frontline bowlers were relentlessly put to the sword. Once again, however, they underestimated the resilience of Mitchell Jowell. And unthen 417-1 became 466-3 and 493 all out as Jowell took the first eight wickets to fall before Ewing finished the job with the final two.
Still, this set England 487 to win the test in a little over four sessions on a pitch that now was very difficult and turning almost square. Yet this did not faze the top order who, unbothered by any exertions in the first innings, put on 80+ for the first four wickets and at 307-3 at lunch on day five looked good for an incredible victory.
But then the Australians struck three times in quick succession to reduce the hosts to 388-6 and by tea they had added nine more to leave themselves 90 in the final session with four wickets in hand, with television audiences hitting the tens of millions as 36-year-old memories were evoked.
Yorkshireman Tennison showed true grit and recorded a determined 42 to anchor the more agressive play of tailenders Charles Patrick (22) and Ewing (26*) but fell two short of the target.
But this only brought Jowell - with match figures of 14-224, taking him to 495 test wickets in just 93 tests - to the crease and he sealed the win with 20 minutes to spare, crashing Fessey to the cover boundary off his first ball, a fitting end to one of the greatest Tests of all time.