THE England and Wales Cricket Board has awarded the 2023 Ashes Tests between England and Australia to the identical 5 grounds because the 2019 version.
Edgbaston, Headingley, The Oval, Lord’s and Manchester’s Old Trafford have all obtained the nod because the grounds for use in 5 years’ time.
The Ageas Bowl in Southampton was extensively anticipated to be named as one of many 5 hosts, but it surely joins the SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff and Nottinghamshire’s Trent Bridge because the conspicuous absentees.
Trent Bridge will host Test matches in 2020, 2021, 2022 and 2024 however is not going to stage an Ashes Test in both of the subsequent two collection.
Trent Bridge will, nonetheless, take over from Lord’s because the venue for the home One-Day Cup last from 2020, the ECB has confirmed.
Gloucestershire, Durham, Glamorgan and Hampshire will all host England one-day internationals at their grounds all through the five-year interval, with the latter two additionally set to stage T20 internationals.