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Australia’s upcoming tour fixtures can be found below – for both the men’s side and the Southern Stars women’s team.
Australia’s men have no upcoming fixtures until October, while the women are currently playing a limited overs series in New Zealand.
After a tough home loss to India, the men’s side were due to head to South Africa for three Tests, however that series was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The limited-overs tour of New Zealand for five T20s still took place, with the Black Caps prevailing 3-2.
Australian fans wanting to watch overseas tours will be able to do so via Kayo Sports.
All times on this page are AEST/AEDT (Sydney/Melbourne time).
Australia T20 tour of Bangladesh
|First T20||TBC||TBC – October||TBC||Fox Cricket|
2021 T20 World Cup
Afghanistan tour of Australia
|First Test||TBC||TBC – November||TBC||Fox Cricket|
The 2020 T20 World Cup, originally set to be hosted in Australia, was postponed until November 21 – with India to host. Australia will instead host the 2022 T20 World Cup.
While exact dates are yet to be confirmed, Australia’s full list of international series until 2023 have been outlined in the ICC’ Future Tours Programme.
Note, any fixtures mentioned above have been taken out of the below table.
|Oct 2021||Bangladesh||Away||3 T20s|
|Oct-Nov 2021||ICC World T20|
|Nov 2021||Afghanistan||Home||1 Test|
|Nov 2021-Jan 2022||England||Home||5 Tests|
|Jan-Feb 2022||South Africa||Home||3 ODIs, 3 T20Is|
|Feb-Mar 2022||Pakistan||Away||2 Tests, 3 ODIs, 3 T20Is|
|March 2022||Afghanistan||Away||3 ODIs|
|Jun-Jul 2022||Sri Lanka||Away||2 Tests, 5 ODIs|
|September 2022||Afghanistan||Away||1 Tests|
|Oct-Nov 2022||India||Away||4 Tests, 3 T20Is|
|November 2022||England||Home||3 ODIs, 3 T20Is|
|Nov-Dec 2022||West Indies||Home||2 Tests|
|Dec 2022-Jan 2023||South Africa||Home||3 Tests, 3 ODIs|
|Jan-Feb 2023||India||Away||3 ODIs|
|Feb-Mar 2023||ICC World Cup|
*Denotes series is part of the ICC World Test Championship
The Australian women recently completed a tour of New Zealand, where they extended their world-record ODI winning streak to 24 matches. Their next locked in fixtures are a six-match series against Indian next January and the 2022 ODI World Cup in New Zealand.
When further information is made available for other upcoming matches, it will be updated on this page.