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The Edgbaston road will be closed to motorists for two hours at the start and end of the England v Australia cricket game.
Walking and bus routes will remain unchanged with the exception of the No.1 bus, which will alter its route.
The route is closed from 8am to 11am and for two hours after the end of the match estimated to be between 6pm - 8pm.
Northampton Saints' fate has been decided for next season's European Champions Cup.
The Saints have been placed in Pool Two and face tough opponents, including reigning champions Saracens and last year's runner's up Clermont Auvergne.
The opening round of the competition starts in October.
Director of Rugby Jim Mallinder says it's a chance for his side to test themselves against the other top teams.
If you want to be in the Champions Cup you’ve got to be prepared to play tough teams and this is what we will have to do,” Mallinder says.
It’s a challenging draw and we know that we’ll have to play at our very best if we are to progress from it. Saracens and Clermont were this year’s Champions Cup finalists and are two of the best teams in Europe, and the Ospreys have plenty of international players, too.
But it is a draw that we can be excited about, because we want to test ourselves against the other top team, and we believe we’ve got a squad that can compete next season.
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