Sydney, Aug 12 (ANI): Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said that he believes Australia still have a chance to win the fourth Ashes Test, along with praising Ian Bell and questioning umpires' bad light calls.
According to Fox Sports, Vaughan said that although it had taken Ian Bell 32 innings to get his first Ashes century, he had now got five in the space of 12 knocks and his confidence was up.
The former player said that Australia got 270 on a pitch that did more than it would in the second innings and they could cope with the pressure of the game situation to win the game, adding that 300 was still a difficult chase to get.
Vaughan also said that there was no danger for the players due to bad light as advocated by the umpires to call off proceedings. (ANI)