The Ashes 2023 Commentators List: As per the Ashes 2023 schedule, the first match between England and Australia will be played on June 16 in Edgbaston, Birmingham.
Australia are the holders of the Ashes going into the series, having won the last series 4–0. The series will form part of the 2023–2025 World Test Championship. The five venues will be Edgbaston, Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford and The Oval.
The series will be the 73rd Ashes series overall and the 37th to take place in England. This series will also mark the first time in the Ashes’ 139-year history that no Test will take place in August, in an Ashes series hosted by England.
Australia has won the Ashes trophy for the most number of times. Australia has won 34 test series out of 72 played so far. England won 32 series while 6 series ended as a draw. CHECK: The Ashes Winners List – Including Man of Series Winners Since 1882
The Ashes 2023 Commentators List
England’s 50-over World Cup-winning captain Morgan signed a deal with Sky when he retired from international cricket last July, and joined the broadcasters’ line-up for the Hundred days later, although he continued to participate in that competition and others around the globe.
The commentators will rotate through the series, with the final Test taking place at The Oval on July 27-31. Following are the details of The Ashes 2023 Commentators List:
|Kumar Sangakkara||Sri Lanka|
|Sir Andrew Strauss(Lord’s Test only for the Ruth Strauss Foundation)||England|