Australia paceman Mitchell Starc believes his side is still in with a chance of victory in the third Ashes Test at Old Trafford.
Starc took 3-75 on the third day as England rallied to reach 294-7, still 34 runs short of avoiding the follow-on.
Although only 14 wickets have fallen in the first three days, Starc thinks there is enough deterioration in the track to give them hope.
More of a worry could be the weather forecast for Manchester, which includes showers on Sunday afternoon and heavy rain for much of Monday.
"I think things are going to happen pretty quickly on the last two days," Starc said.
"It's showing signs of more and more turn and it's only going to turn more heading into the end of the Test.
"Things are going to happen quickly in the third and fourth innings but there's a few wickets to get yet, but we're up for the challenge."
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