Laying odds for the Ashes 2023
Laying odds for the Ashes 2023 Australia saved by the rainfall
laying odds : England trail Australia 2-1 to enter the fourth position at Old Trafford in the 5 match Ashes series
England can not win the Ashes this summer after rain washed out utmost of the final two day’s play in the fourth Test at Old Trafford.
After England had sailed and maundered brilliantly to earn a 275- run first- innings lead, they were frustrated by a draw that guarantees Australia can do no worse than draw the series. They will retain the Ashes anyhow of what happens in the fifth Test starting at The Oval on Wednesday.
Australia are still at a position to win the series at 5/6 and the stylish England is now hoping for a 2- 2 series draw, which is priced at 7/4.
England vs Australia laying odds
Draw@7/4 with Coral
but Australia is to win@5/6 with Coral
Win- the- toss request
Before each of this summer’s Ashes Tests, there’s a coin toss to decide which platoon have the choice of fur or bowling first.
England have won the toss in all four matches to date and decided to coliseum first in the fourth Test at Old Trafford.
You can back either side to win the toss before a game starts and try to pick who you suppose is going to have the luck ahead of the fifth and final Test at the Oval.
England to win the toss fifth Test @10/11 with Coral
Australia also to win the toss fifth Test @10/11 with Coral
Australia saved by the rain
Australia retained the Ashes after the rain washed out the fourth Test with England in at the leading position at that time.
The touring platoon are now5/6 to win the series outright while a draw is priced at7/4. The ultimate outgrowth would bear England to win the fifth and final Test at The Oval.
It was a great display from the England team at Old Trafford until the rain spoiled the show, with Zak Crawley smashing 189 to silence his critics and Jonny Bairstow bludgeoning the magnificent 99 not out.
Marnus Labuschagne made a century of his own in Australia’s alternate innings, but his side will still need to ameliorate at The Oval against an England side who’ll want to make it up for their near miss match at the weekend.
Ashes series dates
First Test 16- 20 June – Edgbaston. ( Australia won by two lattices)
Alternate Test 28 June- 2 July – Lord’s( Australia won by 43 runs)
Third Test 6- 10 July – Headingley (England won by three lattices)
Fourth Test 19- 23 July at Old Trafford( Drawn)
Fifth Test 27- 31 July – The Oval