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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 winning the T20 World Cup in Dubai after a crushing victory over New Zealand in the final, Australia’s Mens side kicked on and claimed the Ashes with a 4-0 series win over England.

The women’s team retained their own Ashes after defeating England by 12 points to four in a series that saw them compete in Tests, ODIs and T20s. They then went on to win their 7th ODI World Cup title, defeating England in the final in Christchurch.

The men were supposed to play New Zealand in ODIs and T20s in early 2022 but that was postponed indefinitely.

Despite this tour being cancelled, the Australian Mens side did make history by traveling to Pakistan to play for the first time in 24 years. They won the three match Test series 1-0 and the T20 series 1-0 but lost the ODI series 1-2 to the home side.

The Mens team then travelled to Sri Lanka in June-July, drawing the Test series 1-1, winning the T20I series 2-1 and losing the ODI series 2-3.

The home summer began unconventionally early in August, with a three-match series against Zimbabwe in Townsville. Australia won the first two matches but lost the second, for Zimbabwe’s first win over Australia in any format on our shores. The team then recovered to sweep New Zealand 3-0 and send a retiring Aaron Finch out on a high in ODI cricket.

The team has just completed a three-T20 tour of India, which they lost 2-1, and a 2-0 home series victory over the West Indies. They then lost a three-match series 2-0 to England, with the third match being washed out.


Australia’s T20 World Cup title defence on home soil proved frustrating, the team unable to recover from a disastrous loss to New Zealand and bowing out in the group stage. Up next is an ODI series against eventual champions England, before Tests against the West Indies and South Africa round out the summer.

The Ashes schedule has also been announced for both the men’s and women’s teams, with Australia heading to England in June-July of 2023 to defend the urn.

The men’s matches will be exclusively broadcast on Channel Nine.

Fox Cricket show all Australian matches at home and overseas – 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)


England Tour of Australia

Fixture Venue Date Time Broadcast
First ODI Adelaide Oval November 17 2:20pm Fox Cricket
Second ODI SCG November 19 2:20pm
Third ODI MCG November 22 2:20pm

West Indies Tour of Australia

Fixture Venue Date Time Broadcast
First Test Optus Stadium November 30-December 4 1:20pm Fox, Seven
Second Test Adelaide Oval (D/N) December 8-12 3pm

South Africa Tour of Australia

Fixture Venue Date Time Broadcast
First Test Gabba December 17-21 11:20am Fox, Seven
Second Test MCG December 26-30 10:30am
Third Test SCG January 4-8 10:30am

The Ashes in England

Fixture Venue Date Time Broadcast
First Test Edgbaston June 16-20 TBD Nine
Second Test Lord’s June 28-July 2 TBD
Third Test Headingley July 6-10 TBD
Fourth Test Old Trafford July 19-23 TBD
Fifth Test The Oval July 27-31 TBD

Australian Women’s fixtures

Meg Lanning plays a square drive

Meg Lanning. (Photo by Will Russell-ICC/ICC via Getty Images)

The Australian women have ODI and T20 fixtures scheduled in January 2023 against Pakistan. They will play three ODIs against the tourists from January 16-21, before a three match T20I series from Jan 24-29.

Up next is a trip to England to face the old enemy, with a one-off Test to start the series and three T20s and ODIs following.

Pakistan Women Tour of Australia

Fixture Venue Date Time Broadcast
First ODI Allan Border Field, Brisbane Jan 16 11:05am Fox, Seven
Second ODI Allan Border Field, Brisbane Jan 18 11:05am
Third ODI North Sydney Oval No.1 Jan 21 11:05am
First T20I North Sydney Oval No.1 Jan 24 1:45pm
Second T20I Blundstone Arena Jan 26 7:05pm
Third T20I Manuka Oval Jan 29 1:45pm

Women’s Ashes in England

Fixture Venue Date Time Broadcast
Only Test Trent Bridge June 22-26 7pm Fox Cricket
First T20 Edgbaston July 1 3:35am
Second T20 The Oval July 5 3:35am
Third T20 Lord’s July 8 3:35am
First ODI Bristol July 12 10pm
Second ODI Southampton July 16 7pm
Third ODI Taunton July 18 10pm

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