Fifth Test draw just long odds-on
England reached 97 for one at lunch on day three of the fifth Test and the draw is now long odds-on with Sky Bet.
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Despite the departure of Alastair Cook, England moved within 395 runs of Australia's first innings total thanks to Joe Root's unbeaten half-century but at 14/1 they're considered unlikely to turn the tide completely and win the Test.
However, with another session ticked off and a variable weather forecast for the remainder of the Test, Australia are out to 5/1 with the draw just 2/9.
Sky Bet have also released a number of lunchtime Price Boosts, with Root 10/1 to pass 180 runs in his first innings and evens to be England's top batsman.
Kevin Pietersen is next in and he's been boosted from 4/1 to 5/1 in the same market, while those who fancy Australia to dominate this afternoon can have 3/1 that they take three or more wickets before tea.
England on the other hand are 2/1 to score 100 or more runs in the day's second session.