The much-anticipated Ashes series at Edgbaston has provided thrilling cricket over the first three days.

 England and Australia were evenly matched in the first innings, with England taking a slender lead.

 England's batters have struggled in the second innings, currently at 28-2.

 Weather conditions disrupted play on Day 3, with heavy showers limiting the number of overs played.

The forecast for Day 4 at Edgbaston looks promising, with a higher chance of a full day's play.

 There might be light showers in the second half of the day, but they are expected to be manageable.

 Half-hour extensions will be provided on Days 4 and 5 to compensate for lost playing time.

 The ongoing Test match draws comparisons to the iconic 2005 Ashes Test at the same venue.

The 2005 Test witnessed a thrilling finish, with England winning by just two runs.

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