Edgbaston Cricket Ground is the second largest cricketing venue in the UK after Lord's.
The Ground has a capacity of 25,000 spectators that will gather to watch the third Test Match on the 29 July - 2 August.
During its post-war development in July 1997, Edgbaston was the grounds where the first competitive floodlit day-night cricket match was held in Britain.
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The Ashes is one of the most celebrated rivalries in international sport.
In 130 years since 1883, Australia have held the Ashes for approximately 76.5 years, and England for 53.5 years.
Australia's Sir Don Bradman is the highest run scorer from all Ashes test matches, having scored 5028 runs in the 37 Ashes test matches he played.
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