The Ashes 2023 contest between England and Australia will feature one of cricket’s longest rivalries. The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) released the whole calendar for the five-match Test series on Wednesday, including the venues and fixtures.
England, currently captained by Ben Stokes and coached by Brendon McCullum, is slated to host Ireland in a one-off Test match at London’s Lord’s Cricket Ground in the first week of June before taking on Australia in the Ashes. On June 16, the first match of an exciting Ashes series would start at Birmingham’s renowned Edgbaston venue.
The following two venues will be Lord’s (June 28-July 2) and Headingley (July 6-10), with Old Trafford (July 19-23), and The Oval serving as the series’ final two venues (July 27-31).
The Women’s Ashes, which will start on June 22 with a one-off Test match at Trent Bridge, were also announced by the top English board. After that, there will be three ODIs and three T20Is between the two teams. Check complete details on Ashes 2023 schedule, and winners.
Men’s Ashes 2023: Complete Schedule, Fixtures
June 16-20, 1st Men’s Ashes Test, England v Australia, Edgbaston, Birmingham
June 28-July 2, 2nd Men’s Ashes Test, England v Australia, Lord’s, London
July 6-10, 3rd Men’s Ashes Test, England v Australia, Headingley, Leeds
July 19-23, 4th Men’s Ashes Test, England v Australia, Old Trafford, Manchester
July 27-31, 5th Men’s Ashes Test, England v Australia, The Oval, London
Women’s Ashes 2023: Complete Schedule, Fixtures
June 22-26, Women’s Ashes Test, England v Australia, Trent Bridge, Nottingham
July 1, 1st Women’s Ashes T20I, England v Australia, Edgbaston, Birmingham
July 5, 2nd Women’s Ashes T20I, England v Australia, The Oval, London
July 8, 3rd Women’s Ashes T20I, England v Australia, Lord’s, London
July 12, 1st Women’s Ashes ODI, England v Australia, County Ground, Bristol
July 16, 2nd Women’s Ashes ODI, England v Australia, Rose Bowl, Southampton
July 18, 3rd Women’s Ashes ODI, England v Australia, County Ground, Taunton
Ashes 2023: ENG vs AUS Venue
The England & Australia teams will play at Lord’s and The Oval, with the Ageas Bowl, Edgbaston, Headingley, Old Trafford, the Swale Stadium, and Trent Bridge serving as the other venues.
A bigger audience will be able to see the action at an appropriate hour in the United Kingdom because the Ashes will be contested in England.
Men’s Ashes 2023: Year-Wise Winner List
Australia defeated England in the Ashes Test series, winning 140 of the 340 games to 108 for England. In terms of Ashes series victories, Australia leads England with 34 victories to England’s 32. Six series have been drawn, and Australia has won the Ashes on five of those occasions because they were the holders coming into the series. One time after a tied series, England won the Ashes.
Ashes Winners 2021-22
|Sl. No.||Date||Winner||Won By||Man of the Match|
|1st Test||Dec 8th||Australia||9 Wickets||Travis Head|
|2nd Test||Dec 16th||Australia||275 Runs||Marnus Labuschagne|
|3rd Test||Dec 26th||Australia||An Inning and 14 Runs||Scott Boland|
|4th Test||Jan 5th||Drawn||—||Usman Khawaja|
|5th Test||Jan 14th||Australia||146 Runs||Travis Head|
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