WTC Final 2023: Australian star Marnus Labuschagne travels to England for WTC Final and Ashes 2023 preparations while other players are occupied with the IPL 2023

IND versus AUS, ENG vs AUS in the 2023 World Cup Final: Marnus Labuschagne, an Australian star, has been to England as the majority of foreign athletes are participating in the ongoing Indian Premier League 2023 (IPL 2023). The Australian batter took off today (Wednesday) to begin the preparations for the sparkling events, which include the World Test Championship Final test cricket match against India and the Ashes 2023.

The 28-year-old’s lengthy tour of England will begin with a stay with Glamorgan in the County Championship.

The Australian batsman makes a triumphant comeback to Cardiff for Glamorgan, with the ICC Ashes and WTC Final 2023 on the line. It maintains ties to the club that were established in 2019.

Marnus Labuschagne and Glamorgan agreed to a deal last year that would keep him with the squad through the 2024 campaign.

The Australian batsman has played 21 first-class matches for the Cardiff club, scoring 1,719 runs at an average of 52.09 and taking 31 wickets.

In 14 T20 games, he has amassed 508 runs and 12 wickets while bowling.
The 28-year-old is now placed first in the ICC Test batting rankings and has 2,3394 runs in the longest format for his country.

WTC Final 2023 – IND vs AUS

The Australians will play India in England before taking on their fierce rival England in the Ashes series, which begins on June 16.

The WTC Final will take place in the Kennington Oval Stadium in London, United Kingdom, from June 7 to June 11.

Australia won 19 games, suffered three losses, and drew five others, finishing first in the ICC WTC rankings.
Their success rate was 66.67%.

While losing 5, drawing 3, and winning 10 of their 18 Test matches, India ended in second position with a win percentage of 58.8%.

Ashes 2023 – ENG vs AUS

To begin the summer of the Ben Stokes-led team, a one-off Test match against Ireland will be played at Lord’s from June 1–4. Currently playing for Chennai Super Kings (CSK) in the IPL is England’s Test captain.

The five-match Test series against Australia will thereafter be the centre of their attention, as England looks to recover the Ashes after losing it to Australia 4-0 in 2021–2022.

Between June 16 and July 31, the men’s Ashes Test matches will be played at Edgbaston, Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford, and The Oval.

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