England are in good shape to draw the Ashes series at 2-2 but Marnus Labuschagne insists Australia are determined to finish with a win.
England lead by 78 after day two of the final Ashes Test, Jofra Archer taking his second six-wicket haul of the series.
Steve Smith has more boundaries than David Warner has runs in the Ashes, demonstrating the vast difference in their performances.
As England made progress in dismissing his team-mates, Steve Smith remained the immovable object for Australia at The Oval.
Australia were 55-2 at lunch in reply to England's 294 all out, with Steve Smith and Marnus Labuschagne batting.
The struggling David Warner fell for only five after Mitchell Marsh and Pat Cummins struck to bowl England out for 294 at The Oval.
Mitchell Marsh is aware that he is not very popular with many Australia cricket fans but is determined to win them over.
Jos Buttler felt it was time to "go for it" as he launched a final-session assault with England in trouble on the opening day at The Oval.