Ben Duckett and Ben Stokes keep England slim hopes alive, but Australia finished day 4 of the 2023 Ashes Test in the lead at the Home of Cricket – Lord in London on Saturday (date) July 1st).
Chasing 371 to equalize the streak, the hosts entered the final day of the game 114/4 with Duckett (50*) and Stokes (29*) cut off as Pat Cummins and Mitchell Starc eliminated Britain’s top 4 within 13 pass.
Cameron Green could have had Duckett’s hit, but England’s opener was pardoned after a controversial decision that Starc’s catch was unfair, leading to numerous fights debate on the decisive Thursday.
Earlier in the day, Australia added 149 runs to an overnight score of 130-2 to take the lead to 370. Stuart Broad took two runs to keep England’s chances of survival alive in the Test. .
Earlier in the series, England suffered a 2-goal defeat to Pat Cummins’ World Test Champion in the series’ opening thriller at the Edgbaston Cricket Ground in Birmingham earlier this month.
With summer rains in the air, will the weather disrupt the run at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London on Day 5 of the 2nd Test? And will the conditions favor rotation or rotation? Here’s a look at the London weather forecast before day 5 of the Second Test in Ashes 2023:
Ashes 2023 2nd Test Day 5: London Weather Report
The weather forecast for London on Day 5 of the 2nd Exam says it will be cloudy, but promises to play all day with a maximum temperature of 22°C, temperatures could drop to around 13°C by night.
Rain forecast: During the game hours and before the start of the game on Thursday – Saturday (July 2), there is no chance of rain. The sky is set to remain partially cloudy, but weather forecast sites like AccuWeather and WeatherChannel predict a 0% chance of rain today.
Wind speed: During the day, there is a southwesterly wind direction, at night it changes to the southwest direction, the wind speed is about 10-15 km/h. There are predictions for clear conditions for most of the day.