(Photo) 13 wickets fall in a day as Boxing Day Ashes Test moves at rapid pace

Ashes

Aryan Surana

The Boxing Day Test at the MCG moved at a rapid pace with as many as 13 wickets falling today. England did make a comeback thanks to their exploits with the ball but Marcus Harris and the lower-order ensured the hosts got an 82-run lead. And with the ball in hand again, Australia ran through England's top-order on probably the most greenish MCG pitch in recent times. The visitors still are 51 runs behind with only six wickets in hand. Skipper Joe Root and Ben Stokes are at the crease.