MELBOURNE (Agencies)- Australia will be a bowler short for the final two days of the fourth Ashes Test after Ryan Harris broke down with a stress fracture of his left ankle. The Queensland quick started limping as he ran in to bowl the fifth ball of his 29th over of England's first innings on Tuesday's third day of play at the MCG. The 31-year-old limped off the field with the figures of 0-91 and is likely to require surgery, team doctor Trefor James said. Harris, who was one of Australia's heroes with a nine-wicket haul in the third Test in Perth, is set to miss next week's fifth and final Ashes Test in Sydney. England were bowled out for 513, a first-innings lead of 415. "Ryan Harris developed ankle pain during England's first innings and scans have revealed that he a stress fracture of his left ankle," James said. "Ryan is likely to require surgery and will consult a specialist in the next 24 hours." A team spokesman said a decision had not been made yet on whether Harris will bat in Australia's second innings.