Ashes 2023: Thunderstorms expected to impact play on day three at Edgbaston | Weather Forecast

Ashes 2023: Thunderstorms expected to impact play on day three at Edgbaston | Weather Forecast

Thunderstorms are predicted to hit Birmingham on day three of the first Ashes Test in Edgbaston, bringing potential for significant rain and weather delays.

The 2023 Ashes is now in full swing, with England and Australia having kicked off the series at Edgbaston. The match is delicately poised at the time of writing, England having scored 393-8 before declaring in the evening of day one. Australia slipped to 67-3 on the morning of day two before Travis Head and Usman Khawaja attacked Moeen Ali after lunch. They took the score to 148-3 before Head was out caught to Moeen. A missed stumping from Jonny Bairstow that would have dismissed Cameron Green early means Australia are battling on but still a long

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