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Across the entire fourth test here at Trent Bridge we will be bringing you interviews and other soundbites for your listening pleasure. To make it even easier, here is the best of day one’s content so far. Simply click on any of the cricket balls to play each clip.
With the England team nowadays made up by so many Yorkshiremen and one of Englands’ sponsors being Yorkshire Tea, it felt fitting to go and speak to the Yorkshire company and hear about the northern touch that they were hoping to imprint on the Midlands.
The van they are serving piping hot tea from, known as the little urn, has followed the Ashes series to each ground so far. Their aim to spread their northern delights and building on the relationship they have with cricket fans and tea drinkers alike as the ashes heads through the midlands before concluding in London next week.
The freebies they are giving away are keeping everyone warm and refreshed and accompanying the cricket fantastically well. Anyone for a brew?
Luke is an Australian fan here at Trent Bridge this afternoon and has given us his surprisingly positive prediction for the rest of the days play. Listen below.
Before the start of play Trent Bridge held a minutes applause for former Nottinghamshire captain Clive Rice who sadly passed away at the age of 66 last week.
Hear the crowds reaction below.
Ashes sponsors Investec have set up base behind the William Clarke stand where they have multiple stands. Investec have interactive screens with cricket on and prizes to be won by all. They have fluffy zebra mascots in which people can take a “zelflie” with, then post on social media to put them in the mix for prizes. They’re here all day everyday, and have a variation of activities on offer for all to take part in.
Ever wondered what its like to face up to Englands leading wicket taker? Today at Trent Bridge this is exactly what is on offer from TwelthMan, the official membership of England Cricket. The Occulus Rift gives you the opportunity to face up to a virtual Jimmy Anderson and see just what you are made of.
Alongside this, the TwelthMan tent will be holding a Q&A with Ex England and Hampshire cricketer Dominic Cork, a man never short of an opinion, so this could well be half an hour not to miss at lunchtime today.
After struggling with the bat last weekend at Edgbaston, the Australian players have been out on the Trent Bridge pitch sharpening their shots ahead of the 4th Investec Ashes test.