For those who are unaware, the Ashes is a recurring series of five cricket Test matches between Australia and England that began in 1882. It usually happens every two years, but there may be two series in a year or longer between them. Check The Ashes 2023 Live Telecast in India.
This time around, Britain is set to have the matches, with five cricket grounds around the UK, including Ruler’s, parting the activity. England has the home team advantage this time around and has become a winning machine under new captain Ben Stokes, but Australia currently holds The Ashes after winning every test match in the 2021-2022 series.
Pointing out that England hasn’t held The Ashes since 2015, and it will need to do everything in its power to win them back this year.
The Ashes 2023 Live Telecast in India:
|Country||TV Live stream Channel|
You can watch the entire Ashes series on Sky Sports in the United Kingdom. The majority of the test matches are shown on Sky Sports Cricket and some on Sky Sports Main Channel. Sky Sports is available as part of the “Sky, Netflix, & Sports” bundle, which costs £46.
If you already have Sky TV, you can add the Sky Sports bundle for just £24. Also, check where to broadcast in India.
Ticket booking details :
- The first Test is at the Edgbaston tickets are in the price range of Rs. 3200 to Rs. 31000 per day.
- The second Test tickets are in the price range of Rs. 4100 to Rs. 32000 per day.
- The third Test tickets are in the price range of Rs. 5200 to Rs. 30000 per day.
- The fourth Test tickets are in the price range of Rs. 5300 to Rs. 16000 per day.
- The fifth and final Ashes Test tickets are in the price range of Rs. 4900 to Rs. 13500 per day.
In 2023, England teams will compete for the Men’s and Women’s Ashes. During June and July, two Australian teams will tour the UK. The Women’s Ashes will consist of a Test, three IT20s, and three ODIs, while the Men’s Ashes will be played over five LV= Insurance Test Matches.
The demand for Women’s International cricket has increased to new heights since the first-ever simultaneous sale of England Men’s and Women’s 2023 International tickets. With more than three months remaining until the start of England Women’s home international summer,
more than 55,000 tickets have been purchased for the 2023 fixtures, exceeding the total attendance for all 2022 matches. There are only a few remaining tickets for each series. For more information, see Ticombo and England’s Official Website.
The Ashes 2023 of ENG vs AUS:
|Date of Matches||Test Match Details||Matches||Venue||Winner List|
|June 16-20||1st Test||England vs Australia||Birmingham||Australia won by 2 wickets|
|June 28 – July 02||2nd Test||England vs Australia||Lord’s||Australia won by 43 runs|
|July 06 – July 10||3rd Test||England vs Australia||Leeds||England won by 3 wickets|
|July 19 – July 23||4th Test||England vs Australia||Manchester||Match draw|
|July 27 – July 31||5th Test||England vs Australia||The Oval||Match to be played|
Squads of ENG and AUS:
England Squad :
|Player Name||Role of Player|
|Ollie Pope (vc)||Batsman/Wicketkeeper|
|Jonny Bairstow (wk)||Batsman/Wicketkeeper|
|Ben Stokes (c)||AllRounder|
Australia Squad :
|Player Name||Role of Player|
|Steve Smith (vc)||Batsman|
|Alex Carey (wk)||Batsman/Wicketkeeper|
|Josh Inglis (wk)||Batsman/Wicketkeeper|
|Jimmy Peirson (wk)||Batsman/Wicketkeeper|
|Pat Cummins (c)||Bowler|
Australia and England alternate hosting The Ashes, and in 2023, England will be hosting.
The five tests will occur across four UK urban areas: Birmingham, Leeds, Manchester, and London, with two tests occurring in the capital.