The Ashes 2023-England vs Australia – Australian Men’s Cricket Team – England cricket team – Test cricket – Nottingham – Black armband

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England vs Australia, Ashes 2023 Live: Rain stops; match to resume soon

Ashes 2023, England vs Australia live scores: Australia need 174 runs on the final day of the Test at Edgbaston. With only 3 wickets lost and Usman Khwaja still at the crease, Australia will fancy their chances of winning this match.

England and Australia cricketers were wearing black armbands on Day 1 of the first Ashes Test at Birmingham to pay respect to the victims of the Nottingham attack. A minute of silence was also observed by the players and officials just before the start of play. Three people were killed in a brutal stabbing spree, including British Indian teenage medical student Grace O’Malley Kumar – a talented cricket and hockey player.

England and Australia’s men’s and women’s brigades, sharing in the Ashes, will break black armbands and observe a nanosecond’s stillness on Day 1 of the iconic series, paying homage to the fatalities of a terrible pecking episode in Nottingham.

A aggregate of three scholars lost their lives in a surprising pecking and vanguard rush in Nottingham before this week. The three unfortunate fatalities were scholars at the University of Nottingham, and the 31- time- old man assumed of the rush is an alleged other pupil of the same university.

Following the tragedy, ECB and CA revealed that the players will break black armbands to flash solidarity with the families of the fatalities. piecemeal from the players, the brace staff and the match officers will also slip black armbands and observe a moment’s stillness on the first day of the series.

Ashes 2023: Rain stops

The rain has stopped at the Edgbaston stadium and the ground staff is removing covers amid a cheer from the crowd 

Ashes 2023: Early Lunch

The authorities at the Edgbaston stadium have decided that lunch will be taken early as the Day 5 of the match is delayed by the rain

Ashes 2023: Previous high chases at the Edgbaston

The highest chase at the grounds of Edgbaston came in 2022 when England chased 378 against India. In 2008, South Africa chased 281 runs at Edgbaston with skipper Graeme Smith scoring a undefeated 154. 

Ashes 2023: What is the weather forecast?

According to the local weather department, the skies are expected to be clear between 1pm and 6pm (5.30pm and 10.30pm IST).

Ashes 2023: Kevin Pietersen makes brutal assessment on England’s pace attack

“There’s a reason why the bowlers targeted in there (short deliveries) because we do feel, well everybody feels he (Travis Head) has an issue. And I don’t mean to be disrespectful at all to the single bowling lineup but they’re (England pacers) not to be feared. And I’ll say that from a pace-wise perspective where you’ve got guys bowling at 80 miles an hour, 83 miles an hour. You don’t have Mitchell Johnson running in at 95 or Shoaib Akhtar, or even Woody (Mark Wood). Woody will run in and he will test you?” HT quoted Pietersen saying during an interaction on Sky Sports.

Why England and Australia cricketers are wearing black armbands on Day 1 of 1st Ashes Test

England and Australia’s men’s and women’s brigades, sharing in the Ashes, will break black armbands and observe a nanosecond’s stillness on Day 1 of the iconic series, paying homage to the fatalities of a terrible pecking episode in Nottingham.

A aggregate of three scholars lost their lives in a surprising pecking and vanguard rush in Nottingham before this week. The three unfortunate fatalities were scholars at the University of Nottingham, and the 31- time- old man assumed of the rush is an alleged other pupil of the same university.

Following the tragedy, ECB and CA revealed that the players will break black armbands to flash solidarity with the families of the fatalities. piecemeal from the players, the brace staff and the match officers will also slip black armbands and observe a moment’s stillness on the first day of the series.

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