England in Australia 2017-18 Fixtures and Squad

England squad for Ashes tour of Australia

  • Joe Root (captain, Yorkshire): 8,873 First Class runs @ 51.58. Other teams played for: England Lions, England Under-19s, Yorkshire, Yorkshire 2nd XI, Yorkshire Academy, Yorkshire Under-17s.Joe Root
  • Gary Ballance (Yorkshire): 9,362 First Class runs @ 48.50. Other teams played for: Derbyshire, Derbyshire 2nd XI, England Lions, Mid West Rhinos, Yorkshire, Zimbabwe Under-19s. Ballance would have retained his place in the England batting line-up throughout the summer had he not suffered an injury during South Africa’s tour of England according to coach Trevor Bayliss.Gary Ballance
  • Alastair Cook (Essex): 21,047 First Class runs @ 48.16. 11,629 of which have come in Test cricket @ an average of 46.33. 31 centuries from 266 Test innings – England will need Cook to be firing up front if they are to stand a realistic chance of doing well in this series. Along with Root, Bairstow, Anderson & Broad he makes up the spine of this England side. Has managed 2,117 runs against Australia in Tests @ an average of 39.20 with a highest score of 235 Not Out across 55 innings. 1,288 of these runs have come in Australia where Cook holds an average of 49.53 with 4 centuries & 5 fifties.Alastair Cook
  • Jonny Bairstow (Yorkshire): 10,018 First Class runs @ 47.03. Bairstow’s batting alone makes him a certainty for a starting place – but whether that need be at wicket-keeper remains a more esoteric question. Jonny Bairstow
  • Ben Foakes (Surrey): 3,892 First Class runs @ 41.84. England’s best wicket-keeper technically – with gaping holes in the England batting line up at numbers 3 & 5 one wonders why playing Bairstow as a batsman (which his form & pedigree with the bat surely merit) isn’t being deployed to plug one of those gaps with Foakes offering above average batting along with world class skills behind the stumps. As it stands England are in the ridiculous situation of not playing their best keeper for batting reasons when he holds the 5th best batting average in the entire squad at First Class level & the incumbent (Bairstow) is vastly more accomplished with the bat (at every level) than the batting alternatives of James Vince & Dawid Malan.Ben Foakes
  • James Vince (Hampshire): 7,802 First Class runs @ 38.81. A better player than his 19.27 batting average at Test level would suggest but asking him to show that against Australia, in Australia – having been out of Test cricket for over a year (since his near pair vs. Pakistan at the Oval) – is a tall, tall order.James Vince
  • Moeen Ali (Worcestershire): 10,194 First Class runs @ 38.46. 288 First Class wickets @ 39.74 every 66.9 balls. Other teams played for: Duronto Rajshahi, England Lions, England Performance Programme, England Under-19s, Matabeleland Tuskers, Moors Sports Club, Warwickshire, Worcestershire.Moeen Ali
  • Dawid Malan (Middlesex): 8,715 First Class runs @ 37.24. Amazingly, for followers of South African school sports, Malan is Paarl Boys High School’s first ever Test cricketer. Surprising for a school that has produced so many rugby greats – Mannetjies Roux, Carel du Plessis & Corné Krige to name but a few. Early indications are, though, that his biggest contribution might come in shorter forms of the game. At 30 years of age & given the size of the stage he is stepping onto with this series – this will be a make or break tour for Malan’s test cricket aspirations.Dawid Malan
  • Chris Woakes (Warwickshire): 5,083 First Class runs @ 36.30. Woakes went from an important member of the squad to a critical member of the squad after Stokes’ probable exclusion emerged. As chief support for Anderson & Broad his role is two-fold – soften the workload on them & chip in with wickets with the older ball. His stock ball pace tends to drop from the low 80 mph’s to the high 70 mph’s later in an innings so line & length consistency will be pivotal. Woakes’ ability with the bat could prove useful too.Chris Woakes
  • Mark Stoneman (Surrey): 9,140 First Class runs @ 35.28.Mark Stoneman
  • Ben Stokes (Durham): 6,207 First Class runs @ 34.87. 256 First Class wickets @ 30.35 every 51.7 balls. Other teams played for: Durham, Durham 2nd XI, England Lions, England Under-19s, Melbourne Renegades, Rising Pune Supergiant.
  • Craig Overton (Somerset): 1,645 First Class runs @ 22.84.Craig Overton
  • Stuart Broad (Nottinghamshire): 4,533 First Class runs @ 22.00. 641 First Class wickets @ 27.55 every 53.1 balls. One can only hope that Broad somehow recaptures confidence in his very real ability with the bat, especially against the short 140 km/h stuff – a potential source of some very useful – and irritating – runs for the English.Stuart Broad
  • Jake Ball (Nottinghamshire): 748 First Class runs @ 13.35.
  • Mason Crane (Hampshire): 228 First Class runs @ 10.36.
  • James Anderson (Lancashire): 1,718 First Class runs @ 10.28. 837 First Class wickets @ 25.67 every 52.1 balls.James Anderson
  • Steven Finn (Middlesex): 1,061 First Class runs @ 9.06.

Steven Finn was added to the squad on 6 October, while Ben Stokes will not travel “as it stands.” An England Lions squad has been selected and will shadow the senior squad in Australia for the first-half of The Ashes. The squad for the one-day and Twenty20 section of the tour will be announced at a later date.

England Lions squad for Australia: Dom Bess (Somerset), Joe Clarke (Worcestershire), Paul Coughlin (Durham/Nottinghamshire), Alex Davies (Lancashire), Ben Duckett (Northamptonshire), George Garton (Sussex), Nick Gubbins (Middlesex), Tom Helm (Middlesex), Keaton Jennings (Durham/Lancashire), Dan Lawrence (Essex), Jack Leach (Somerset), Liam Livingstone (Lancashire), Saqib Mahmood (Lancashire), Jamie Porter (Essex), Amar Virdi (Surrey), Tom Westley (Essex), Mark Wood (Durham).England Lions

November

4-5 v Western Australia XI, Perth (Waca)

8-11 v Cricket Australia XI, Adelaide (d/n)

15-18 v Cricket Australia XI, Townsville

23-27 1st Test, Brisbane (00:00 GMT)

Series Countries Test Date Result
1932-1933 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 10/02/1933 England won by 6 wickets
1936-1937 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 04/12/1936 England won by 322 runs
1946-1947 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 29/11/1946 Australia won by an innings and 332 runs
1950-1951 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 01/12/1950 Australia won by 70 runs
1954-1955 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 26/11/1954 Australia won by an innings and 154 runs
1958-1959 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 05/12/1958 Australia won by 8 wickets
1962-1963 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 30/11/1962 Match drawn
1965-1966 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 10/12/1965 Match drawn
1970-1971 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 27/11/1970 Match drawn
1974-1975 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 29/11/1974 Australia won by 166 runs
1978-1979 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 01/12/1978 England won by 7 wickets
1982-1983 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 26/11/1982 Australia won by 7 wickets
1986-1987 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 14/11/1986 England won by 7 wickets
1990-1991 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 23/11/1990 Australia won by 10 wickets
1994-1995 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 25/11/1994 Australia won by 184 runs
1998-1999 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 20/11/1998 Match drawn
2002-2003 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 07/11/2002 Australia won by 384 runs
2006-2007 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 23/11/2006 Australia won by 277 runs
2010-2011 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 25/11/2010 Match drawn
2013-2014 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 21/11/2013 Australia won by 381 runs

December

2-6 2nd Test, Adelaide (d/n) (04:00 GMT)

Series Countries Test Date Result
1884-1885 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 12/12/1884 England won by 8 wickets
1891-1892 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 24/03/1892 England won by an innings and 230 runs
1894-1895 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 11/01/1895 Australia won by 382 runs
1897-1898 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 14/01/1898 Australia won by an innings and 13 runs
1901-1902 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 17/01/1902 Australia won by 4 wickets
1903-1904 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 15/01/1904 Australia won by 216 runs
1907-1908 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 10/01/1908 Australia won by 245 runs
1911-1912 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 12/01/1912 England won by 7 wickets
1920-1921 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 14/01/1921 Australia won by 119 runs
1924-1925 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 16/01/1925 Australia won by 11 runs
1928-1929 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 01/02/1929 England won by 12 runs
1932-1933 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 13/01/1933 England won by 338 runs
1936-1937 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 29/01/1937 Australia won by 148 runs
1946-1947 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 31/01/1947 Match drawn
1950-1951 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 02/02/1951 Australia won by 274 runs
1954-1955 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 28/01/1955 England won by 5 wickets
1958-1959 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 30/01/1959 Australia won by 10 wickets
1962-1963 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 25/01/1963 Match drawn
1965-1966 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 28/01/1966 Australia won by an innings and 9 runs
1970-1971 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 6th Test 29/01/1971 Match drawn
1974-1975 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 25/01/1975 Australia won by 163 runs
1978-1979 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 27/01/1979 England won by 205 runs
1982-1983 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 10/12/1982 Australia won by 8 wickets
1986-1987 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 12/12/1986 Match drawn
1990-1991 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 25/01/1991 Match drawn
1994-1995 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/01/1995 England won by 106 runs
1998-1999 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 11/12/1998 Australia won by 205 runs
2002-2003 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 21/11/2002 Australia won by an innings and 51 runs
2006-2007 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 01/12/2006 Australia won by 6 wickets
2010-2011 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 03/12/2010 England won by an innings and 71 runs
2013-2014 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 04/12/2013 Australia won by 218 runs

9-10 v Cricket Australia XI, Perth (venue TBC)

14-18 3rd Test, Perth (Waca) (02:30 GMT)

Series Countries Test Date Result
1970-1971 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 11/12/1970 Match drawn
1974-1975 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 13/12/1974 Australia won by 9 wickets
1978-1979 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 15/12/1978 England won by 166 runs
1979-1980 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 14/12/1979 Australia won by 138 runs
1982-1983 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 12/11/1982 Match drawn
1986-1987 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 28/11/1986 Match drawn
1990-1991 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 01/02/1991 Australia won by 9 wickets
1994-1995 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 03/02/1995 Australia won by 329 runs
1998-1999 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 28/11/1998 Australia won by 7 wickets
2002-2003 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 29/11/2002 Australia won by an innings and 48 runs
2006-2007 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 14/12/2006 Australia won by 206 runs
2010-2011 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 16/12/2010 Australia won by 267 runs
2013-2014 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 13/12/2013 Australia won by 150 runs

26-30 4th Test, Melbourne (23:30 GMT, 25-29 Dec)

Series Countries Test Date Result
1876-1877 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 15/03/1877 Australia won by 45 runs
1876-1877 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 31/03/1877 England won by 4 wickets
1878-1879 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 02/01/1879 Australia won by 10 wickets
1881-1882 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 31/12/1881 Match drawn
1881-1882 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 10/03/1882 Match drawn
1882-1883 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 30/12/1882 Australia won by 9 wickets
1882-1883 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 19/01/1883 England won by an innings and 27 runs
1884-1885 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 01/01/1885 England won by 10 wickets
1884-1885 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 21/03/1885 England won by an innings and 98 runs
1891-1892 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 01/01/1892 Australia won by 54 runs
1894-1895 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 29/12/1894 England won by 94 runs
1894-1895 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 01/03/1895 England won by 6 wickets
1897-1898 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 01/01/1898 Australia won by an innings and 55 runs
1897-1898 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 29/01/1898 Australia won by 8 wickets
1901-1902 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 01/01/1902 Australia won by 229 runs
1901-1902 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 28/02/1902 Australia won by 32 runs
1903-1904 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 01/01/1904 England won by 185 runs
1903-1904 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 05/03/1904 Australia won by 218 runs
1907-1908 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 01/01/1908 England won by 1 wicket
1907-1908 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 07/02/1908 Australia won by 308 runs
1911-1912 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 30/12/1911 England won by 8 wickets
1911-1912 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 09/02/1912 England won by an innings and 225 runs
1920-1921 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 31/12/1920 Australia won by an innings and 91 runs
1920-1921 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 11/02/1921 Australia won by 8 wickets
1924-1925 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 01/01/1925 Australia won by 81 runs
1924-1925 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 13/02/1925 England won by an innings and 29 runs
1928-1929 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 29/12/1928 England won by 3 wickets
1928-1929 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 08/03/1929 Australia won by 5 wickets
1932-1933 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 30/12/1932 Australia won by 111 runs
1936-1937 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 01/01/1937 Australia won by 365 runs
1936-1937 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 26/02/1937 Australia won by an innings and 200 runs
1946-1947 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 01/01/1947 Match drawn
1950-1951 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 22/12/1950 Australia won by 28 runs
1950-1951 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 23/02/1951 England won by 8 wickets
1954-1955 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 31/12/1954 England won by 128 runs
1958-1959 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 31/12/1958 Australia won by 8 wickets
1958-1959 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 13/02/1959 Australia won by 9 wickets
1962-1963 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 29/12/1962 England won by 7 wickets
1965-1966 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 30/12/1965 Match drawn
1965-1966 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 11/02/1966 Match drawn
1970-1971 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 21/01/1971 Match drawn
1974-1975 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 26/12/1974 Match drawn
1974-1975 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 6th Test 08/02/1975 England won by an innings and 4 runs
1976-1977 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 12/03/1977 Australia won by 45 runs
1978-1979 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 29/12/1978 Australia won by 103 runs
1979-1980 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 01/02/1980 Australia won by 8 wickets
1982-1983 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/12/1982 England won by 3 runs
1986-1987 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/12/1986 England won by an innings and 14 runs
1990-1991 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 26/12/1990 Australia won by 8 wickets
1994-1995 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 24/12/1994 Australia won by 295 runs
1998-1999 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/12/1998 England won by 12 runs
2002-2003 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/12/2002 Australia won by 5 wickets
2006-2007 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/12/2006 Australia won by an innings and 99 runs
2010-2011 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/12/2010 England won by an innings and 157 runs
2013-2014 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/12/2013 Australia won by 8 wickets

January

4-8 5th Test, Sydney (23:30 GMT, 3-7 Jan)

Series Countries Test Date Result
1881-1882 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 17/02/1882 Australia won by 5 wickets
1881-1882 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 03/03/1882 Australia won by 6 wickets
1882-1883 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 26/01/1883 England won by 69 runs
1883 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 17/02/1883 Australia won by 4 wickets
1884-1885 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 20/02/1885 Australia won by 6 runs
1884-1885 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 14/03/1885 Australia won by 8 wickets
1886-1887 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 28/01/1887 England won by 13 runs
1886-1887 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 25/02/1887 England won by 71 runs
1887-1888 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 10/02/1888 England won by 126 runs
1891-1892 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 29/01/1892 Australia won by 72 runs
1894-1895 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 14/12/1894 England won by 10 runs
1894-1895 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 01/02/1895 Australia won by an innings and 147 runs
1897-1898 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 13/12/1897 England won by 9 wickets
1897-1898 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 26/02/1898 Australia won by 6 wickets
1901-1902 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 13/12/1901 England won by an innings and 124 runs
1901-1902 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 14/02/1902 Australia won by 7 wickets
1903-1904 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 11/12/1903 England won by 5 wickets
1903-1904 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 26/02/1904 England won by 157 runs
1907-1908 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 13/12/1907 Australia won by 2 wickets
1907-1908 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 21/02/1908 Australia won by 49 runs
1911-1912 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 15/12/1911 Australia won by 146 runs
1911-1912 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 23/02/1912 England won by 70 runs
1920-1921 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 17/12/1920 Australia won by 377 runs
1920-1921 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 25/02/1921 Australia won by 9 wickets
1924-1925 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 19/12/1924 Australia won by 193 runs
1924-1925 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 27/02/1925 Australia won by 307 runs
1928-1929 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 14/12/1928 England won by 8 wickets
1932-1933 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 02/12/1932 England won by 10 wickets
1932-1933 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 23/02/1933 England won by 8 wickets
1936-1937 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 18/12/1936 England won by an innings and 22 runs
1946-1947 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 13/12/1946 Australia won by an innings and 33 runs
1946-1947 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 28/02/1947 Australia won by 5 wickets
1950-1951 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 05/01/1951 Australia won by an innings and 13 runs
1954-1955 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 17/12/1954 England won by 38 runs
1954-1955 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 25/02/1955 Match drawn
1958-1959 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 09/01/1959 Match drawn
1962-1963 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 11/01/1963 Australia won by 8 wickets
1962-1963 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 15/02/1963 Match drawn
1965-1966 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 07/01/1966 England won by an innings and 93 runs
1970-1971 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 09/01/1971 England won by 299 runs
1970-1971 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 7th Test 12/02/1971 England won by 62 runs
1974-1975 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 04/01/1975 Australia won by 171 runs
1978-1979 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 4th Test 06/01/1979 England won by 93 runs
1978-1979 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 6th Test 10/02/1979 England won by 9 wickets
1979-1980 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 2nd Test 04/01/1980 Australia won by 6 wickets
1982-1983 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 02/01/1983 Match drawn
1986-1987 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 10/01/1987 Australia won by 55 runs
1987-1988 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 1st Test 29/01/1988 Match drawn
1990-1991 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 04/01/1991 Match drawn
1994-1995 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 3rd Test 01/01/1995 Match drawn
1998-1999 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 02/01/1999 Australia won by 98 runs
2002-2003 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 02/01/2003 England won by 225 runs
2006-2007 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 02/01/2007 Australia won by 10 wickets
2010-2011 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 03/01/2011 England won by an innings and 83 runs
2013-2014 AUS v ENG AUS v ENG 5th Test 03/01/2014 Australia won by 281 runs

11 v Cricket Australia XI, Sydney (venue TBC)

14 1st ODI, Melbourne (03:20 GMT)

19 2nd ODI, Brisbane (04:20 GMT)

21 3rd ODI, Sydney (03:20 GMT)

26 4th ODI, Adelaide (03:50 GMT)

28 5th ODI, Perth (venue TBC)* (06:20 GMT)

*The ODI in Perth will either take place at the Waca, or the new Perth Stadium

England Lions’ 2017-18 winter itinerary
14 November – depart for Australia
15-29 November – Brisbane, including three-day match against a Queensland XI
30-December 16 – Perth, including T20 matches against Perth Scorchers on 11, 13 and 15

Following the ODIs, England and Australia then take part in a triangular Twenty20 series with New Zealand, hosted by Australia and New Zealand, from 3-18 February

NB Fixtures and start times are subject to change. 

Player Country Career Mat Inns NO Runs HS 100s 50s Avg
1 Bradman, D G Australia 1928-1948 36 63 7 5028 334 19 12 89.79
2 Hobbs, J B England 1908-1930 40 71 4 3636 187 12 15 54.27
3 Border, A R Australia 1978-1994 47 82 19 3548 200* 8 21 56.32
4 Gower, D I England 1978-1992 42 77 4 3269 215 9 12 44.78
5 Waugh, S R Australia 1985-2004 46 73 18 3200 177* 10 14 58.18
6 Boycott, G England 1964-1982 38 71 9 2945 191 7 14 47.5
7 Hammond, W R England 1927-1947 33 58 3 2852 251 9 7 51.85
8 Sutcliffe, H England 1924-1935 27 46 5 2741 194 8 16 66.85
9 Hill, C Australia 1896-1912 40 76 1 2660 188 4 16 35.47
10 Edrich, J H England 1963-1976 32 57 3 2644 175 7 13 48.96
11 Gooch, G A England 1975-1995 42 79 0 2632 196 4 16 33.32
12 Chappell, G S Australia 1970-1984 35 65 8 2619 144 9 12 45.95
13 Taylor, M A Australia 1989-1999 33 61 2 2496 219 6 15 42.31
14 Ponting, R T Australia 1995-2012 35 58 2 2476 196 8 9 44.21
15 Cowdrey, M C England 1954-1975 43 75 4 2433 113 5 11 34.27
16 Hutton, L England 1937-1955 27 49 6 2428 364 5 14 56.47
17 Harvey, R N Australia 1948-1963 37 68 5 2416 167 6 12 38.35
18 Trumper, V T Australia 1899-1912 39 74 5 2263 185* 6 9 32.8
19 Clarke, M J Australia 2004-2015 35 62 7 2241 187 7 7 40.75
20 Boon, D C Australia 1984-1996 31 57 8 2237 184* 7 8 45.65
21 Lawry, W M Australia 1961-1971 29 51 5 2233 166 7 13 48.54
22 Waugh, M E Australia 1991-2002 29 51 7 2204 140 6 11 50.09
23 Gregory, S E Australia 1890-1912 50 92 7 2193 201 4 8 25.8
24 Armstrong, W W Australia 1902-1921 41 71 9 2172 158 4 6 35.03
25 Pietersen, K P England 2005-2014 27 50 2 2158 227 4 13 44.96
26 Chappell, I M Australia 1964-1980 30 56 4 2138 192 4 16 41.12
27 Cook, A N England 2006- 30 55 1 2117 235* 4 11 39.2
28 Barrington, K F England 1955-1968 23 39 6 2111 256 5 13 63.97
29 Morris, A R Australia 1946-1955 24 43 2 2080 206 8 8 50.73
30 Bell, I R England 2004- 33 60 4 1983 115 4 18 35.41

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