Australian Cricket Fixtures

Following a successful 2015 World Cup campaign the Australian team travelled to the West Indies to play a two Test series that started on June 6, before an unsuccessful Ashes series in England. They took out the five-match ODI series against the old enemy to finish off their Northern tour.

After their tour of Bangladesh was cancelled due to safety reasons, they now set their sights on the home summer of cricket.

Their next appointment will be hosting New Zealand in a Test series in Australia, followed by a three-match series against West Indies. After a seven-match limited overs series against India at home, they will play a return Test series against New Zealand in New Zealand.

Fixtures, start times and Australian broadcast information for the 2015/16 Test series against New Zealand and West Indies:

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEDT) Broadcast
Australia vs New Zealand Gabba, Brisbane Nov 5-9 11:00 AM Nine
Australia vs New Zealand WACA, Perth Nov 13-17 10:30 AM Nine
Australia vs New Zealand Adelaide Oval Nov 27-Dec 1 2:30 PM Nine
Australia vs West Indies Blundstone Arena, Hobart Dec 10-14 10:30 AM Nine
Australia vs West Indies MCG, Melbourne Dec 26-30 10:30 AM Nine
Australia vs West Indies SCG, Sydney Jan 3-7 10:30 AM Nine

Fixtures, start times and Australian broadcast information for the 2016 ODI series against India:

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEDT) Broadcast
Australia vs India Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 12-Jan 2:20pm TBC
Australia vs India MCG, Melbourne 15-Jan 2:20pm TBC
Australia vs India MCG, Melbourne 17-Jan 2:20pm TBC
Australia vs India Manuka Oval, Canberra 20-Jan 2:20pm TBC
Australia vs India SCG, Sydney 23-Jan 2:20pm TBC

Fixtures, start times and Australian broadcast information for the 2016 T20 series against India:

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEDT) Broadcast
Australia vs India Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 26-Jan 2:20pm TBC
Australia vs India MCG, Melbourne 29-Jan 2:20pm TBC

Fixtures, start times and Australian broadcast information for the 2016 Test series in New Zealand:

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEDT) Broadcast
New Zealand vs Australia Seddon Park, Hamilton Feb 12-16 TBC Foxtel
New Zealand vs Australia Hagley Oval, Christchurch Feb 20-24 TBC Foxtel

Test Cricket Articles

New Zealand vs Australia: First Test – Day 3 live cricket scores, blog

New Zealand vs Australia: First Test – Day 3 live cricket scores, blog

by , 14 Feb 2016 Video

Australia have dominated the hosts in the opening two days of the first Test against New Zealand, blazing their way to a 280-run lead on the back of another Adam Voges masterclass. Join The Roar from 8:30am (AEDT) for all the day three action out of Wellington.

Voges’ achievements deserve more respect

Voges’ achievements deserve more respect

by , 14 Feb 2016 Video

“Yeah, but he’s made most of those runs against the West Indies.” So many times I’ve seen a sour response along these lines when Adam Voges’ extraordinary Test record is brought up, even after his average passed 100 yesterday.

Adam Voges’ Test average is in Sir Donald Bradman’s rarefied air

Adam Voges’ Test average is in Sir Donald Bradman’s rarefied air

by , 14 Feb 2016 Video

Nobody, including the modest Western Australian, would speak of Adam Voges and The Don in the same breath.

It’s time to end the no-ball farce

It’s time to end the no-ball farce

by , 14 Feb 2016

On the face of it, the calling of no-balls is hardly cricket’s biggest issue. But that doesn’t stop it being downright irritating.

The transition from Under-19 to senior cricket

The transition from Under-19 to senior cricket

by , 14 Feb 2016

India and West Indies will contest the final of the Under-19 World Cup on February 14, which sparked a thought about how difficult the transition from youth to senior cricket is for aspiring professionals.

WATCH: Australia in control, Voges in record books

by , 13 Feb 2016 Video

Arise Sir Voges, slayer of the Kiwis.

New Zealand vs Australia highlights: First Test – Day 2 cricket scores

New Zealand vs Australia highlights: First Test – Day 2 cricket scores

by , 13 Feb 2016 Popular article! Video

Day results: Australia are 6/463 at the end of Day 2 at the Basin, leading New Zealand by 280 runs in the first Test.

Is Williamson a ‘flat-track bully’ too?

Is Williamson a ‘flat-track bully’ too?

by , 13 Feb 2016 Video

A superb bowling display has placed Australia in a wonderful position from which to win this first Test against New Zealand. Yet the Kiwis are not as down and out as the scoreboard suggests, with a fragile Australian tail within sight.

WATCH: Aussies fight back with bat in Wellington

by , 13 Feb 2016 Video

Steve Smith stepped up to guide Australia to 3-147 after an eventful opening day of the trans-Tasman Test series in Wellington.

Brendon McCullum disappoints me, but not for the usual reasons

Brendon McCullum disappoints me, but not for the usual reasons

by , 12 Feb 2016 Video

I’m sorry, but when it comes to attaining a satisfactory level of Trans-Tasman tension, we’re going to need more than the lame brouhaha of Mitch Marsh’s drop-punt dismissal if we’re to generate requisite friskiness.


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