How to watch the 2nd Ashes Test: England vs Australia Live

Pat Cummins the Australian captain and fast bowler Ashes Test Australia vs England

LONDON, June 28 – The second Ashes test between England and Australia kicked off at Lord’s on Wednesday, with England captain Ben Stokes winning the toss and electing to put Australia into bat. The match will begin under grey skies, setting the stage for an intense battle between the two cricketing giants.

Where to watch and follow England vs Australia 2nd Ashes Test?

Live streaming coverage of this highly anticipated second Ashes test is available on Channel 9 and the 9 Network, as well as on 9Now for the fans in Australia. Sky Sports Cricket will provide the live broadcast for those in the United Kingdom. Willow TV will provide live streaming for those in the United States. Follow Live Text Commentary and Live Scoreboard

In a bid to strengthen their bowling attack, England made a significant change to their lineup, replacing off-spinner Moeen Ali with fast bowler Josh Tongue. Australia, on the other hand, opted to bring in pace bowler Mitchell Starc in place of Scott Boland. Both teams were determined to make an impact and turn the series in their favor.

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Australia entered the second test with a 1-0 lead after clinching a thrilling two-wicket victory in the opening match at Edgbaston. The pressure was on England to bounce back and level the series, while Australia aimed to consolidate their advantage and extend their lead.

The England team comprised Zak Crawley, Ben Duckett, Ollie Pope, Joe Root, Harry Brook, Ben Stokes (captain), Jonny Bairstow, Ollie Robinson, Stuart Broad, Josh Tongue, and James Anderson. With a formidable batting lineup and a talented bowling attack, England looked to make a strong statement in the match.

Australia, led by captain Pat Cummins, fielded a formidable lineup as well. The Australian team included David Warner, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Cameron Green, Alex Carey, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, and Josh Hazlewood. They aimed to continue their impressive performance and put England under pressure from the start.

As the players took the field, the atmosphere at Lord’s was electric. Cricket fans from around the world eagerly awaited the unfolding drama, anticipating thrilling battles between bat and ball. The second Ashes test promised to be a captivating encounter, with both teams hungry for victory and determined to leave their mark on the series.

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