And then a single.
England 139/2 they need another 88 to win
DON'T GO ANYWHERE
Watson on to bowl and KP takes a single from the first ball.
Pietersen takes another single. England need 85 more to win. 15.2 overs remaining. Eng 142-2
Faulkner's back into the attack. KP walks across his stumps and clips him to deep square leg for two.
KP drives to long on. That's his 50. Off just 36 balls! Nine fours!
You couldn't ask for a better bowler to dry up runs than Shane Watson. Like he's done throughout the series, he's dried up the runs. Three singles come from his over. England need 79 off 13 overs.
KP tucks into Faulkner, launching him to deep mid wicket. The Aussie responds with a Dernbach-esque slower ball and a yorker.
Great over from Faulkner. Five dot balls. Just what his captain ordered. Eng 150/2
Trott lifts Watto over the top for three. Fifty for England's number three.
Watto's radar is off. Now KP tucks into an attempted slower ball and smashes it to cow corner for four. Eng 157/2
Nine off that over. What will Clarke do now?
KP laces Faulkner down the ground but it's just a single. Great fielding from Nathan Lyon stops what could have been four from Trott. We are totally in one-day mode now: huge shots, slower balls and a widely dispersed field. Eng 163/2. 64 needed off 10 overs.
That's it for Watto. He's replaced by Ryan Harris.
One big shot too many from KP. He launches Harris down to long on but David Warner scuttles around the boundary to pouch the catch.
England's man of the series comes to the crease. Can he replicate Pietersen's fireworks? He's off the mark with a trademark guide down to third man.
Faulkner is in his element here. He's pounding the ball into the blockhole with regularity. Trott counters by making room outside leg stump and creaming him through the covers for four. Eng 170/3
Great counter from Faulkner! He traps Trott in front and the umpires gives him out LBW. Trott reviews but the DRS says it's a good decision. Eng 170/4.
Woakes is off the mark right away. Now Bell balloons one into the leg side for two. Belly didn't know much about that one. Eng 174/4. 53 needed off eight overs.
Harris is out of the attack. Actually, he's gone off the field. Watson comes back on in his stead. Clarke makes a sharp stop in the covers to save four.
Woakes is batting well here. He's waiting on the bowlers and working the ball for sharp singles and twos keeping the scoreboard moving.
Top shot! Glorious lofted off drive from Bell just beats the fielder and goes for four. Eng 189/4
England need a run a ball in these last six overs to secure a historic 4-0 Ashes win.
Watson hurls a deliberate pie down the leg side. A blatant wide in ODIs. Dot ball in a Test. Smart from Watto.
Eng 194/4 - the home side need 33 runs off five overs to win.
There's questions about the light being raised. It would be a travesty if they went off for bad light now.