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Australian Cricket fixtures - Men & Women

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Australia’s upcoming tour fixtures can be found below – for both the men’s side and the women’s team.

After a hectic 2023 which featured a 2-1 Test series loss to India, a chaotic 2-2 Ashes draw (and urn retention) and a stunning ODI World Cup win, 2024 promises to be just as action-packed for the men’s team.

They began the year by completing a 3-0 series sweep of Pakistan and a drawn 1-1 series with the West Indies, including their first Test loss at home against the Calypso Kings since 1997, though they responded with 3-0 and 2-1 wins in the following ODI and T20I series.

They then secured a clean sweep in New Zealand across three T20Is and two Tests, the latter their first two in the country since 2016.

The main focus over winter will be the T20 World Cup, to be held in the Caribbean and, for the first time, the USA, where matches will be played in New York, Texas and Florida.

They have been drawn in a group with bitter rivals England, as well as Associate nations Oman, Namibia and Scotland. The top two sides in each group will advance to the Super 8 stage, with the top two sides in those two pools advancing to the semi-finals.

Following that, they will head to the UK for limited-overs matches against first Ireland and then England in August, the latter promising to still hold lingering feeling after a controversial 2023 Ashes series.

The headline act of the 2024/25 summer will be India, who are coming for an unprecedented five-Test series in December and January, preceded by a lead-in limited-overs series against Pakistan. The fixtures for those series have been confirmed, with Adelaide Oval to host a day-night Test.

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In February, Australia are slated to head to Sri Lanka for two Tests, while immediately following that is expected to be the ICC Champions Trophy 50-over tournament in Pakistan.

Fox Cricket show all Australian matches at home and overseas – except for Ashes Tests which are broadcast on Nine, and thanks to a recent deal with Amazon Prime, all overseas ICC tournaments including the 2024 T20 World Cup – including exclusive coverage of men’s T20Is and ODIs, and their coverage can be streamed online via Kayo Sports. Channel Seven will also broadcast men’s Tests, as well as all women’s internationals.

All times on this page are AEST/AEDT (Sydney/Melbourne time).

Australian Men’s fixtures

(Click here to jump to women’s fixtures)

2024 T20 World Cup

Oman Bridgetown June 6 10:30am Amazon Prime
England Bridgetown June 9 3am
Namibia Antigua June 12 10:30am
Scotland Gros Islet June 16 10:30am

Australia Tour of England

First T20I Southampton September 12 3:30am Fox Cricket
Second T20I Cardiff September 14 3:30am
Third T20I Old Trafford September 15 11:30pm
First ODI Trent Bridge September 19 10pm
Second ODI Headingley September 21 10pm
Third ODI Durham September 24 10pm
Fourth ODI Lord’s September 27 10pm
Fifth ODI Bristol September 29 8pm

Pakistan Tour of Australia

First ODI MCG November 4 2:30pm Fox Cricket
Second ODI Adelaide Oval November 8 2:30pm
Third ODI Optus Stadium November 10 2:30pm
First T20I Gabba November 14 7pm
Second T20I SCG November 16 7pm
Third T20I Blundstone Arena November 18 7pm

India Tour of Australia

First Test Optus Stadium November 22-26 1:20pm Seven/Fox
Second Test Adelaide Oval December 6-10 3pm
Third Test Gabba December 14-18 11am
Fourth Test MCG December 26-30 10:30am
Fifth Test SCG January 3-7 10:30am
Tahlia McGrath and Alyssa Healy of Australia seen during day three of the Women's Test Match between India and Australia

Tahlia McGrath and Alyssa Healy during the women’s Test between India and Australia. (Photo by Pankaj Nangia/Getty Images)

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Australian Women’s fixtures

The Australian women themselves had an action-packed 2023, defending their T20 World Cup final undefeated in South Africa to start the year, before heading to England and retaining the urn with a thrilling series tie despite losing the ODI and T20I legs of the series 2-1 each.

They finished the year with a Test against India, which they lost, but began 2024 with ODI and T20I series wins.

The home summer concluded with hard-fought ODI and T20I series against South Africa, which the hosts won 2-1 each, before a resounding innings and 284-run victory in their one-off Test.

The team successfully swept Bangladesh across three ODIs and three T20Is.

The T20 World Cup fixture has been released, with the event taking place in Bangladesh in October. Australia have been drawn to play Pakistan, New Zealand, India and a yet to be determined qualifier in their pool.

The 2024/25 summer will be headlined by another Ashes clash, this time on home soil, with England touring for one Test, three ODIs and three T20Is. The fixture, which includes an historic day-night women’s Test at the MCG, has been released.

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Preceding that series are two limited-overs series against New Zealand and India.

Fixture Venue Date Time Broadcast

New Zealand Tour of Australia

First T20I Great Barrier Reef Arena, Mackay September 19 TBD Fox Cricket
Second T20I Great Barrier Reef Arena, Mackay September 22
Third T20I Allan Border Field, Brisbane September 24

Women’s T20 World Cup

Qualifier 1 Sylhet October 4 7pm Amazon Prime
Pakistan Sylhet October 9 12am
New Zealand Sylhet October 11 8pm
India Sylhet October 14 12am

India Tour of Australia

First ODI Allan Border Field, Brisbane December 5 TBD Fox Cricket
Second ODI Allan Border Field, Brisbane December 8
Third ODI WACA December 11

Women’s Ashes

First ODI North Sydney Oval January 12 TBD Seven/Fox
Second ODI CitiPower Centre, Melbourne January 14
Third ODI Blundstone Arena January 17
First T20I SCG January 20
Second T20I Manuka Oval January 23
Third T20I Adelaide Oval January 25
Only Test MCG January 30 – February 2

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