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2023 Ashes Odds
England vs. Australia - 1st Test, June 16
Ashes Odds 2023
The Ashes is a Test series contested between England and Australia over five Tests with the winners lifting the iconic trophy - the Urn!
An event like no other on the cricketing calendar, the showpiece takes place in both the English summer and Australian summer with two sensational Test matches taking place at Lord's in England and at the Melbourne Cricket Ground in Australia, which always starts on Boxing Day.
We will have all the latest Ashes Odds for the latest competition, which will take place in England from mid-June 2023, and during the five Tests there will be some sensational cricket played as the two hugely competitive nations look to reign supreme and etch their name in cricket folklore.
Ashes Test Dates And Venues 2023
- 1st Test - England v Australia - Edgbaston - Friday 16th June 2023
- 2nd Test - England v Australia - Lord's - Wednesday 28th June 2023
- 3rd Test - England v Australia - Headingley - Thursday 6th July 2023
- 4th Test - England v Australia - Old Trafford - Wednesday 19th July 2023
- 5th Test - England v Australia - The Oval - Thursday 27th July 2023
Ashes 2023 Squads
England won’t name a full squad for the Ashes and will do it on a game-by-game basis. They have named one for the one-match series against Ireland the week before the Ashes starts, and these will be the players that England will be picking from for the first few games of the Ashes series:
Ben Stokes (captain), Ollie Pope (vice-captain), Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Dan Lawrence, Jonny Bairstow (wkt), Chris Woakes, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, James Anderson, Mark Wood, Matt Potts, Jack Leach.
England are experiencing some injury issues to their bowling stocks, with Jofra Archer already ruled out of the full series. Mark Wood’s long-standing injury issues means he is unlikely to play back-to-back games, while James Anderson and Stuart Broad are unlikely to play all five due their ages. If Olly Stone can get back to full fitness he could be given a go, while Brydon Carse and Saqib Mahmood will also be waiting in the wings.
In terms of batting, many England fans were sad to see Ben Foakes left out of the side after a solid year as England’s wicket-keeper, particularly when Zak Crawley’s record in Test Cricket is modest to say the least.
Australia play the World Test Championship final against India at the Oval the week before the Ashes starts, and they have named a squad for that game and the opening two Ashes tests:
Pat Cummins (captain), Steve Smith (vice-captain), Scott Boland, Alex Carey (wkt), Cameron Green, Marcus Harris, Josh Hazlewood, Travis Head, Josh Inglis, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Todd Murphy, Matthew Renshaw, Mitchell Starc, David Warner.
Former Ashes Winners
The Ashes is the showpiece cricket match-up as England and Australia do battle for glory and we look back at the history of The Ashes here.
Below you’ll find a list of the 10 most recent winners.
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Frequently Asked Questions on the Ashes
When is the 2023 Ashes?
The 2023 Ashes will take place in England between Friday 16th June and Thursday 27th July.
Who won the last Ashes series?
Australia cruised to a 4-0 series win in the last Ashes battle.
Who competes in the Ashes?
The Ashes is contested by England and Australia and takes place over five five-day Test matches on both English and Australian soil.
Can I watch the Ashes on TV?
Yes, The Ashes will be live on BT Sport in 2023.
Can I have a bet on The Ashes?
Yes, you can place bets on many markets for The Ashes including the winner, top batsman, top bowler and many more.