Australia in their fourth Ashes suffered a huge humiliation and ended up handing over the Ashes to the Poms. In the all important fourth Ashes Test Australia failed to stage a comeback and ended up losing the Test match. Australia in their first innings were pathetic with their batting and ended up getting all-out for just 60 in which they equalled their seventh lowest total in Test matches.

Following is a list of the lowest totals in Ashes history after England bowled Australia out for 60 in the fourth Test at Trent Bridge on Thursday:

1.Australia 36 v England Birmingham 1902

2.Australia 42 v England Sydney 1888

3.Australia 44 v England The Oval 1896

4.England 45 v Australia Sydney 1887

5.England 52 v Australia The Oval 1948

6.England 53 v Australia Lord’s 1888

7.Australia 53 v England Lord’s 1896

8.Australia 58 v England Brisbane 1936

9.Australia 60 v England Lord’s 1888

10.Australia 60 v England Nottingham 2015

11.England 61 v Australia Melbourne 1904

12.England 61 v Australia Melbourne 1902

13.England 62 v Australia Lord’s 1888

14.England 65 v Australia Sydney 1895 

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