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Ashes Series 2023: Test match dates, schedule, results, venues and squads – Ben Stokes’ England look to hit back against Australia

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Jun 18, 2023
Ashes Series 2023: Test match dates, schedule, results, venues and squads - Ben Stokes' England look to hit back against Australia


The 2023 Ashes series is underway as England take on old foes Australia on home soil looking to regain the famous urn.

England have not won the Ashes since 2015, losing the last two series down under and drawing at home in 2019.

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Root hit a century in the first innings of the Ashes before England declaredCredit: Getty
Usman Khawaja's 141 has brought Australia back into the Test

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Usman Khawaja’s 141 has brought Australia back into the TestCredit: Getty

Australia won the last meeting 4-0 with the hosts being comprehensively the better side throughout.

The Aussies also currently have the edge over England in the ICC world test rankings and boasts some quality players.

But Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum have created a very different England team these days and one that will be eager to hit back and reclaim the bragging rights.

2023 Ashes series: Matches

1st Test: June 16 / 20, Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham

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2nd Test: June 28 / July 2, Lord’s, London

3rd Test: July 6 / 10, Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds

4th Test: July 19 / 23, Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester

5th Test: July 27 / 31, The Oval, London

Australia are aiming to retain the Ashes this summer

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Australia are aiming to retain the Ashes this summerCredit: Getty

2023 Ashes series: Squads

England squad for first Test

Ben Stokes (c), Ollie Pope (vc), Jonny Bairstow (wk), Joe Root, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Harry Brook, Ben Duckett, Zak Crawley, Matthew Potts, Ollie Robinson, Dan Lawrence, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood, Josh Tongue, Moeen Ali

Australia Ashes squad

Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith (vc), Scott Boland, Alex Carey (wk), Cameron Green, Marcus Harris, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis (wk), Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Todd Murphy, Jimmy Peirson (wk), Matt Renshaw, Mitchell Starc, David Warner

England want to continue their superb record under Stokes and McCullum

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England want to continue their superb record under Stokes and McCullumCredit: Getty

2023 Ashes series: What’s been said?

England star Joe Root: “If you’re successful, it can set you up for life, not just the rest of your career but beyond it.

“It’s an opportunity to make history and have an incredible two months.

“There will be a lot more attention, noise and hype around it.

“There will be people that might not normally be interested in cricket very interested in cricket for five or six weeks.

“It’s the same game. As soon as the bowler lets go of it, it’s you against the ball.

“Just go and play as you’ve been playing for the last 12 months. And when it goes well, enjoy everything that comes with it.”

2023 Ashes series: Betting with talkSPORT BET

Ashes Odds

To win the series:

England – 5/4

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Draw – 6/1

Australia – 11/10

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