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 13-21 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

Test Cricket Articles

An Ashes series draw is coming, mark my words

An Ashes series draw is coming, mark my words

by , 8 Jul 2015 Video

Australia will regain the Ashes. There you go, I’ve committed that particular thought to the screen, despite it going against every patriotic bone in my body. But – one caveat – they won’t win the series.

The Ashes: Will we see a new, attacking England?

The Ashes: Will we see a new, attacking England?

by , 8 Jul 2015 Video

This is a ‘new’ England we’re being told ahead of today’s first Ashes Test. There’s no doubt England’s ODI side has been overhauled and is more exciting, but has its Test team changed that much?

How to watch the 2015 Ashes live on TV, online, streaming and radio

How to watch the 2015 Ashes live on TV, online, streaming and radio

by , 8 Jul 2015 Video

After over a year of waiting, Australia take on England in the biggest Test series of 2015. Here’s how to watch the Ashes, as well as listen and stream online.

Steve Smith to anchor Australia’s Ashes hopes

Steve Smith to anchor Australia’s Ashes hopes

by , 8 Jul 2015 Video

Two years ago Australia entered the Ashes in utter disarray. The coach had just been sacked after the infamous homework-gate incident in India and opening batsman David Warner had been banished to an Australia A tour in Zimbabwe.

Cook doubts Johnson will fire in English Ashes

by , 8 Jul 2015 Video

England captain Alastair Cook put forward three reasons his Ashes side would be a different beast to the one tamed so easily in 2013-14.

Ryan Harris retires and The Ashes get even tighter

Ryan Harris retires and The Ashes get even tighter

by , 6 Jul 2015 Video

In the lead-up to the Ashes, there was one clear difference between the sides: Australia’s superior depth of pace options.

The different mindsets of Ryan Harris and Robbie Farah

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by , 5 Jul 2015 Video

Ryan Harris’ troublesome knees have finally felled the gutsy paceman forever. On the eve of the first Ashes Test, the 35-year-old has retired from all forms of cricket.

The six missing men from England’s last Ashes victory

The six missing men from England’s last Ashes victory

by , 5 Jul 2015 Video

England have made six changes to their Ashes squad from last time they triumphed on home shores. Who are those six and where are they now?

Poms didn’t rate me: Steve Smith

by , 5 Jul 2015

Steve Smith was chipped by chirpy English cricketers long before he topped the ICC’s Test batting charts.

Mitchell Starc seeks Ashes redemption

by , 5 Jul 2015 Video

Mitchell Starc doesn’t have great memories of the 2013 Ashes.


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