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England vs Australia LIVE: Cricket Test score and Ashes updates from day three at Edgbaston

Khawaja – I have no reason to prove

The first test of the 2023 Ashes series is subtly prepared when the three arrive in Edgbaston. Following England’s claim on day one, Australia managed to move within 82 runs against the hosts’ goal of 393 on day two, and are now finishing with that first inning score.

Usman Khawaja led the fight and started day 126 without losing, but Alex Carey soon fell to James Anderson’s bowling alley. Continuing on May 31, the tourists felt confident about taking the lead in the first round but they fell apart after Khawaja was eliminated, all winning 386 points in the span of time. lunch and lost the last four points in just 14 runs.

Nathan Lyon fell into a short trap, hooking the ball into a deep square foot, while Scott Boland returned to a difficult position when he was bounced back and defended to a silly point while Cummins was the last man out in the 38th minute after drag Robinson to Stokes.

Follow the latest scores and updates from Edgbaston below:


England lost both opening games amid showers as Australia took the initiative

England lost both of their opening games under dark skies at Edgbaston as Australia took the initiative on day three of the intriguing First Ashes Test.

England lost consecutively to Ben Duckett and Zak Crawley in extremely difficult batting conditions in a small afternoon session awkwardly between two heavy downpours.

That leaves the home team 28 behind with a score of 2, a slim lead of 35 with everything still to play.

The hosts regrouped impressively with the ball in the morning, knocking out the last five Australians in 75 runs to take the lead seven times.

Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 16:58


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Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 16:52


Sonia Twigg at Edgbaston

There will be a yard inspection at 5pm.

Sonia TwiggJune 18, 2023 16:51


Sonia Twigg at Edgbaston

Big screens began showing highlights from Stokes’ famous innings at Headingley in 2019, but hardly anyone watched it anymore.

The rain has stopped, but it’s still falling here, in Birmingham.

Sonia TwiggJune 18, 2023 16:38


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Here’s a look at Australia’s bowling figures to date. No wonder Pat Cummins is leading.

Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 16:29


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Even the ground personnel fled in Edgbaston.

It’s shoving down properly and things actually look pretty grim. Just over two hours until the scheduled end of the game, which could be day three.

It will take some time for the groundskeepers to clear the water from the surface after the rain stops, and according to some forecasts, that won’t last for at least 45 minutes.

Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 16:21


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Scott Boland knocked out Zak Crawley for the second time in the game with a serve that moved away from the right-hander. Britain now has a rebuilding job on their hands.

Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 16:16


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Ben Duckett loves the feeling of bowling but he’s going to be a little upset about this layoff. Ground personnel are thinking about removing the visors, here’s a promising sign:

Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 16:11


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(Beautiful pictures)


(Image in action via Reuters)

Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 16:05


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England scored just one goal in that short span of time and conceded two goals. The ball moved through the air and flew off the court, making this one of the most difficult moments to hit the ball in the test cricket match.

Zak Crawley and Ben Duckett have been closely bowled by Pat Cummins and Scott Boland, meaning Joe Root and Ollie Pope need to rebuild.

Mike JonesJune 18, 2023 15:59


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