Australian Cricket Fixtures

Following a successful 2015 World Cup campaign the Australian team will travel to the West Indies to play a two Test series starting on June 6, before travelling on to England to defend the Ashes, with the first Test starting on July 8 in Cardiff.

Fixtures, start times and Australian broadcast information for the 2015 tour of the West Indies:

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEDT) Broadcast
West Indies vs Australia Windsor Park, Roseau June 6-10 12:00 AM Fox Sports
West Indies vs Australia Sabina Park, Kingston June 14-18 12:00 AM Fox Sports

Fixtures, start times and Australian broadcast information for the 2015 Ashes:

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEDT) Broadcast
England vs Australia Sophia Gardens, Cardiff July 8-12 8:00 PM Nine
England vs Australia Lord’s, London July 16-20 8:00 PM Nine
England vs Australia Edgbaston, Birmingham Jul 29-Aug 2 8:00 PM Nine
England vs Australia Trent Bridge, Nottingham Aug 6-10 8:00 PM Nine
England vs Australia Kennington Oval, London Aug 20-24 8:00 PM Nine

Test Cricket Articles

Peter Siddle pushing for an Ashes and Windies recall

Peter Siddle pushing for an Ashes and Windies recall

by , 25 May 2015 Video

Peter Siddle’s incisive spells for Lancashire in County cricket over the past month have put him in strong contention to make Australia’s starting XI for the first Test against the West Indies next week.

The stage is set for Jason the Englishman

The stage is set for Jason the Englishman

by , 24 May 2015

If the rumours carry any substance, it’s only a matter of time before Jason Gillespie becomes England’s new coach.

England’s top order will be their Ashes downfall

England’s top order will be their Ashes downfall

by , 24 May 2015 Video

As England’s international summer begun on Thursday, it was the perfect opportunity to see how England’s batting line-up would cope against a strong New Zealand bowling line-up which included the likes of Tim Southee, Trent Boult and Matt Henry.

Aussie Test stars to receive a pink-ball tune-up in Shield

by , 21 May 2015

Michael Clarke and his teammates will be assured of at least one pink ball tune-up before facing New Zealand in a day-night Test.

Kevin Pietersen’s 50 shades of grey

Kevin Pietersen’s 50 shades of grey

by , 21 May 2015

You can say many things about Kevin Pietersen, but one thing you cannot say is that he is normal. In fact he is anything but.

Burns and Nevill the best options to replace retiring stars

Burns and Nevill the best options to replace retiring stars

by , 20 May 2015

Joe Burns and Peter Nevill should replace the retiring pair of Chris Rogers and Brad Haddin in the Australia Test and ODI sides respectively.

Rogers’ replacement will test the strength of Australia’s domestic game

Rogers’ replacement will test the strength of Australia’s domestic game

by , 20 May 2015

When a national side isn’t having too good a time of it, the quality of their domestic system is generally questioned.

It’s time for the Black Caps to turn the screws on England

It’s time for the Black Caps to turn the screws on England

by , 20 May 2015

On Thursday night AEST at Lords, New Zealand takes on England for the 100th time in a Test match. Despite having won only a paltry 8 of the 99 Tests to date, never before have expectations been so high for a New Zealand series win in England.

Langer only has eyes for Aussie job

by , 20 May 2015

England came knocking and India were just about to ring the door bell, but it appears Justin Langer is only interested in one international cricket coaching role – Australia.

Voges’ spin can earn him Test debut

Voges’ spin can earn him Test debut

by , 19 May 2015

West Australian batsman Adam Voges is continuing to pile up runs, this time in English county cricket. But it could be his accurate left-arm spin that helps him earn a Test debut in the West Indies next month.


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