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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

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