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The Ashes 2013 are taking place in the UK
Last updated: 12th July 2013

The Ashes return in 2013 to the UK. Get your tickets for Test matches at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, London's Lords Cricket Ground, Old Trafford in Manchester, Riverside Cricket Ground in Chester-Le-Street and the final Test days will be taking place at the Oval Cricket Ground in London.

Nottingham, Tent Bridge
10th - 13th July 2013

London, Lords Cricket Ground
18th - 21st July 2013

Manchester, Old Trafford Cricket Ground
1st - 4th August 2013

Chester-Le-Street, Riverside Cricket Ground
9th - 12th August 2013

London, Oval Cricket Ground
21st - 25th August 2013


Can the England team repeat its tour-de-force from the previous Ashes? Support our team and be right at the centre of the cricket action when England meets the Australian team at The Ashes 2013.

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Ashes Gossip

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    England Ashes team to embark on "four-day mystery bonding" trip before leaving to Australia

    14 Sep 2010

    The 24 man England cricket team will leave England in the early hours of 24th September in preparation for their Ashes campaign. The ECB is quoted as saying "We are having a number of team get-togethers before departing for the Ashes but we are not going to divulge dates, times, places or format.” Before the last Ashes test the England cricket team travelled to Flanders. The England selectors meet on Monday, with the England Ashes team announced on September 30th 2010.

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  • England's cricketers "no longer fear" the Aussies

    07 Jul 2010

    Australian cricket legend Shane Warne has publically stated that England have their "best ever" chance of ensuring The Ashes' urn remains in England. The Ashes, which start in Brisbane in November, are tipped to be a very closely matched affair. The Poms did however win the recent NatWest Series against the Aussies

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