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Australian Cricket Fixtures

Following the 2013/14 Australian summer, Australia will play a three-Test series in South Africa, as well as three T20 internationals.

The 2014/15 Australian Test summer will consist of a four-Test series against India, with matches to be held in Brisbane, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney.

Perth will miss out on hosting a Test for the 2014/15 season due to the scheduling requirements of the ICC Cricket World Cup beginning in February 2015, for which Australia is a co-host with New Zealand.

Australia will host South Africa for a limited overs series in November 2014, as well as India and England in a limited overs tri-series in January 2015, in the lead up to the World Cup commencing on February 14, 2015.

 

South Africa vs Australia Test Series 2014

Fixture Venue Date Start Time (AEDT) Network
First Test: Australia v India Gabba Thu 4 – Mon 8 Dec  11am  Nine
Second Test: Australia v India Adelaide Oval Fri 12 Dec – Tue 16 Dec 10:30am  Nine
Third Test: Australia v India MCG Fri 26 Dec – Tue 30 Dec  10:00am  Nine
Fourth Test: Australia v India SCG Sat 3 Jan – Wed 7 Jan  10:00am  Nine

Australia vs South Africa T20 Series 2014, Women’s Australia vs West Indies T20 Series 2014

Fixture Venue Date Start Time (AEDT) Network
Men: Australia v South Africa Adelaide Oval Wed 5 Nov TBC Nine
 Women: Australia v West Indies  Adelaide Oval  Wed 5 Nov TBC GEM
Men: Australia v South Africa MCG Fri 7 Nov TBC Nine
 Women: Australia v West Indies  MCG Fri 7 Nov TBC GEM
Men: Australia v South Africa Stadium Australia Sun 9 Nov TBC Nine
 Women: Australia v West Indies Stadium Australia Sun 9 Nov TBC GEM

Australia vs South Africa 2014 ODI series

Fixture Venue Date Start Time (AEDT) Network
Fri 14 Nov Australia v South Africa WACA TBC Nine
Sun 16 Nov Australia v South Africa WACA TBC Nine
Wed 19 Nov Australia v South Africa Manuka Oval TBC Nine
Fri 21 Nov Australia v South Africa MCG TBC Nine
Sun 23 Nov Australia v South Africa SCG TBC Nine

Cricket Australia XI vs India tour matches

Fixture Venue Date Start Time (AEDT) Network
CA XI v India Gliderol Mon 24 – Tue 25 Nov TBC Cricket Australia
CA XI v India Adelaide Oval Fri 28 – Sat 29 Nov TBC Cricket Australia

ICC 2015 ODI World Cup: Australia Fixture

Fixture Venue Date Start Time (AEDT) Network
England vs Australia MCG 14 Feb 2015 N/A Nine
Australia vs Bangladesh Gabba 21 Feb 2015 N/A Nine
Australia vs New Zealand Eden Park, NZ 28 Feb 2015 N/A Nine
Australia vs Afghanistan WACA 4 Mar 2015 N/A Nine
Australia vs Sri Lanka SCG 8 Mar 2015 N/A Nine
Australia vs Scotland Bellerive Oval 14 Mar 2015 N/A Nine

Test Cricket Articles

Shock: Cook scores runs as England win a Test

by , 2 Aug 2014

England cricket captain Alastair Cook was delighted by his side’s dominant display to beat India at Southampton on Thursday and record their first Test win in nearly a year. Their crushing 266-run success ended England’s run of 10 Tests without a win as they levelled a five-match series at 1-1. “It was a good performance […]

England complete ten-day turnaround against India

England complete ten-day turnaround against India

by , 1 Aug 2014

What a turnaround in 10 days! On July 21, Indian supporters were on the top of the world as the national side beat England in the second Test at Lords by 95 runs to lead 1-0 in the Pataudi Trophy. Ten days later they were in despair as England annihilated them in the third Test […]

If I were a selector: Hughes in, Warner out for Zimbabwe

If I were a selector: Hughes in, Warner out for Zimbabwe

by , 1 Aug 2014

Australia start their preparation for the World Cup by visiting Zimbabwe at the end of August. While there will be more important games in the Australian summer against South Africa, England and India in our conditions, the Zimbabwe tour gives the selectors an opportunity to bed down a 15-man squad. This is the number you […]

Pakistan, Australia’s greatest challenge

by , 31 Jul 2014

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Sorry Watto, it is time to go

Sorry Watto, it is time to go

by , 31 Jul 2014

When Shane Watson came onto the scene in world cricket, Australians thought we had something special. In times of Andrew Flintoff and Jacques Kallis, we thought we finally had a world-class all-rounder. And rightly so. A man with such strength and the ability to destroy a bowling attack, he also had the skill of swinging […]

Is there a bigger dampener than a two-Test series?

Is there a bigger dampener than a two-Test series?

by , 29 Jul 2014

“As the ICC has increased the number of T20 Internationals that countries can play against each other, the number of two-Test series are becoming more common, which I would rather not happen at all because they are a nothingness of a nothing.” This is what the great former Indian batsman Rahul Dravid said during his […]

Proteas reclaim No. 1 Test ranking from Australia

by , 29 Jul 2014

South Africa have knocked Australia off their perch as the No.1-ranked Test nation with a nail-biting draw in Colombo. The Proteas batted out the rain-affected final day of the second Test on Monday to seal a 1-0 series triumph after winning the opening match in Galle. In a thrilling finish, Vernon Philander (27 not out) […]

This is the future: Aussie batsmen on the rise

by , 28 Jul 2014

For the last four to five years, Australia has seen a heap of fast bowlers crop up. Even if someone is injured, like Ryan Harris at the moment, there are so many able replacements to choose from. This is really heartening to see as Tests are won by taking 20 wickets, so a good supply […]

Australia vs India: The series that will shape world cricket

Australia vs India: The series that will shape world cricket

by , 26 Jul 2014

Last year Australian cricket was in turmoil, the Ashes were lost, players were banned for not doing their ‘homework’ and coach Mickey Arthur was sacked. Hope was lost in the Australian camp and the public was the most pessimistic I can remember. On the other hand, there was India. Their form was so-so at best, […]

Jadeja avoids ban over Anderson incident

by , 26 Jul 2014

Indian allrounder Ravindra Jadeja has been fined 50 per cent of his match fee after being found guilty of “conduct contrary to the spirit of the game”, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Friday. Jadeja, 25, was involved in an incident with England seamer James Anderson during the lunch break on the second day […]


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