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 travelling on to England to defend the Ashes, with the first Test starting on July 8 in Cardiff.

They will then host New Zealand in a Test series in Australia, followed by a three-match series against West Indies. After travelling to India for a limited overs series, they will play a return Test series against New Zealand in New Zealand.

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

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEST) 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

Fixtures, start times and Australian broadcast information for the 2015/16 Test Summer:

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 TBC 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 Test series in New Zealand:

Fixture Venue Dates Start Time (AEDT) Broadcast
New Zealand vs Australia TBC TBC TBC TBC
New Zealand vs Australia TBC TBC TBC TBC
New Zealand vs Australia TBC TBC TBC TBC

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