Aus 174-6 in 1st test vs Eng, needs 311

London, July 14:England's bowlers have reduced Australia to 174-6 at stumps on day four of the first test at Trent Bridge, after a pulsating evening session on Saturday which left the tourists needing another 137 for victory.

England claimed four wickets after tea, including opener Chris Rogers, who was Australia's top scorer with a 121-ball 52 that included eight fours.

Stuart Broad took 2-34 and Graeme Swann 2-64, leaving Brad Haddin and Ashton Agar not out on 11 and 1 respectively.

To win Australia will have to break the record at Nottingham for a successful fourth innings test run chase, set by England who scored 284 against New Zealand in 2004.

Earlier England posted 375 after Ian Bell hit 109 and Broad 65.

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