Australia have beaten England in the fourth Test match at Headingley, by an innings and 80 runs.
The Aussies clinched the win on the third day, to level the series 1-1.
England fought back with half centuries from Stuart Broad and Graham Swann. But in the end a five-wicket haul from Mitchell Johnson saw the tourists home.
The series is level, following draws at Edgbaston and Cardiff and England's win at Lord's. The final Ashes Test begins at the Oval on 20 August.
England coach Andy Flower hinted the line-up might be changed for the final Test.
He said: "That was a very bad performance - it was bad from ball one.
"We have to think about the middle order. We've got one ton in this series - Andrew Strauss is holding us together - they've got eight."
But Australia captain Ricky Ponting said he was delighted with his team's performance: "We couldn't have asked for much more."