The Ashes 2023: England Set To Host Women’s Test Against Australia, Men’s to Play 5-Match Series

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The Ashes 2023: The England and Wales Cricket on Wednesday announced the venues for the upcoming Ashes series for both men’s and women’s cricket teams.

ECB made the full schedule public for both the men’s and women’s Ashes series that will take place in June and July of next year as England attempts to avenge their home defeat against Australia.

The women’s Ashes will begin at Trent Bridge on June 22 with a five-day Test. Heather Knight is striving for home-field advantage in that multi-format series after three IT20s and three ODIs.

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England’s five-test Ashes series will take place in June and July next year, with the full schedule confirmed for both the men and women as they bid to hit back against Australia at home.

“The Test match will be England Women’s first over five days on home soil. And their first visit to Trent Bridge since 2000. While Edgbaston, Lord’s and the Kia Oval will all be hosting their first Women’s Ashes IT20s.” as per the press release by ECB.

“Ben Stokes’s team will host Ireland at Lord’s in the first week of June. Before the Men’s Ashes series gets underway at Edgbaston on Friday June 16. Ahead of visiting Lord’s, Headingley – the scene of Stokes’s 2019 heroics – Emirates Old Trafford and the Kia Oval.

With England Men and England Women hoping to regain the Ashes following defeats Down Under last winter. Both series will take place in July before England Men take on New Zealand Men. And Ireland Men in One-Day Internationals and Vitality T20Is. England Men’s LV= Insurance Test match versus Ireland will be the two teams’ second Test match encounter. Their first coming in 2019,” ECB said.

After a four-day Test against Ireland, the Ashes series will start at Edgbaston on June 16 under Ben Stokes‘ leadership as the host nation looks to win back the urn for the first time since 2015.

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