Australia have embarked on an Ashes campaign in England, determined to hold onto the urn against the inspired hosts who are one of the most exciting Test teams in the world right now.
After the first Test in Edgbaston - which produced an absolute thriller - the expectation for the second Ashes Test is huge.
After a see-saw match that spanned into the final session of the final day, Australia ended up chasing down a target of 281 with two wickets to spare, thanks to an unbeaten partnership of 55 runs for the ninth wicket by Pat Cummins and Nathan Lyon.Will England bounce back? Or will Australia double their 1-0 lead? We can't wait for the second Test.
The second Ashes Test between England and Australia will begin on June 28.The five-day battle is scheduled to end on August 1, unless of course one of the teams completely dominates and ends the game much earlier.
The second Ashes Test between England and Australia will be held at the home cricket, Lord's.The first Test was held at Edgbaston.
The second Test will start at 11 am local time in England, it will be a late start for Australian cricket fans, with the first test scheduled to begin at 8 pm (AEST), with the broadcast beginning half an hour earlier, at 7:30 pm.
Australia: Every Test match of the 2023 Ashes will be shown live and free on Channel 9 and the 9 Network, as well as livestreamed on 9Now. Foxtel's dedicated cricket channel Fox Cricket will also be showing The Ashes, which can also be streamed through Kayo.
United Kingdom: The Ashes will be broadcast live on the Sky Sports network via Sky Sports Main Event and Sky Sports Cricket. Sky's broadcast can also be livestreamed on Sky Go.
India: Sony LIV is The Ashes broadcaster in India. Their telecast can also be livestreamed via the Sony LIV app