In our latest Mr Predictor cricket betting video we take a look ahead to the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston, where England will be trying to regain the series lead, but will the rain allow them time to do so?
Australia’s opening batsman Chris Rogers, who had to leave the field midway during the second innings of the Lord’s Test due to dizziness, is reportedly recovering well for to be available for the third Ashes Test that begins on Wednesday at Edgbaston.
A half century from Meg Lanning and Ellyse Perry’s all-round performance, helped Australia Women defeat England Women in the third One-Day International in Worcester, to claim a lead in the multi-format Women’s Ashes series.
A counter-attacking half-century from Tony Palladino and a four-wicket haul from Mitchell Marsh were the highlights of the final day's play as the tour game between Australia and Derbyshire culminated in a tame draw in Derby.
Australia managed to pick up a couple of wickets against Derbyshire for the cost of 81 runs before heavy rain lashed down at the County Ground, ruling out any further play on day two of their tour game.
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers, who retired hurt after experiencing a dizzy spell in the second innings of the second Ashes Test at Lord's, is improving, according to team doctor Peter Brukner.