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England managed to delay the seemingly inevitable on Sunday in Adelaide, some stoic batting making sure Australia had to wait to go 2-0 up in the Ashes series.
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Grace Road - day four
Leicestershire 274 (J Allenby 83, T Lungley 4-110) & 344 (S C J Broad 91 no, T J New 78, A G Botha 5-69) v Derbyshire 194 (Hassan Adnan 63, D D Masters 5-42) & 396 (S M Katich 167, G M Smith 74, T R Birt 74, S C J Broad 5-67)
Leicestershire (19pts) beat Derbyshire (3pts) by 28 runs
Stuart Broad bagged a five wicket haul as Leicestershire claimed a sensational victory over Derbyshire at Grace Road.
The tall paceman returned career-best figures of five for 67 as the visitors lost their last seven wickets for 73 runs.
Resuming on 323-3, Derbyshire required a further 102 runs for victory with Simon Katich and Greg Smith seemingly set fair.
However, Broad removed the latter with the fourth ball of his first over - ending a stand of 192 between the pair - and the rot set in.
Katich added 26 with James Pipe for the seventh wicket as he moved past 150, but when Broad got both the Aussie for 167 and Graeme Wagg within the space of three balls, the Foxes could smell victory.
David Masters then chipped in with two wickets as Derbyshire fell 28 runs short.
The only blot on the home side's copybook was a dreadfully slow over rate that saw them deducted four points from their winning total of 19.
Derbyshire will start the final day at Grace Road against Leicestershire at 323-3 chasing a victory target of 425.
Simon Katich (127no) and Greg Smith (74no) shared an unbroken fourth-wicket stand of 191 to take Derbyshire within sight of their mammoth run chase.
Earlier in the day, Stuart Broad struck a career-best 91 not out as the Foxes extended their second innings from 203-7 to 344 all out.
No.8 Broad shared stands worth 92 with David Masters (14) for the eighth wicket and 91 with Garnett Kruger (21) for the 10th wicket.
Derbyshire off-spinner Ant Botha picked up all three wickets to fall to finish with figures of 5-69.
Leicestershire batsman Tom New held things together for the hosts as they built a commanding lead on day two against Derbyshire.
The visitors had unexpectedly battled their way back into the match, the last four wickets putting on 152 after they had slumped to 68-6 overnight.
But after the Foxes themselves slipped to 96-4, New guided them to 203-7 with a battling half century and a lead of 283.
New was given a life when dropped on six but went on to make 78 before Kevin Dean trapped him lbw, but Dave Masters and Stuart Broad added 48 in the final 21 overs to put Leicestershire in the ascendency once again.
Recently released Hassan Adnan made 63 from 129 balls to give the Derbyshire innings fresh impetus, but failed by six runs to give them a batting point.
Leicestershire took control on the opening day of their match against Derbyshire as the visitors' batsmen struggled.
Jim Allenby made 83 and John Maunders 45 as The Foxes made 274, which also included a handy unbeaten 40 from England's Stuart Broad.
Derbyshire's top three batsmen, Travis Birt, Steve Stubbings and Daniel Birch all made ducks as the visitors slumped to 68-6 at the close.
Broad added two wickets to his 40 runs, while David Masters took three wickets for Leicestershire as they gained the upper hand in the match.