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2017 Ashes Series - England vs Australia

The 2017 Ashes Series between Australia and England will be held over 5 Test matches from Thursday 23rd November 2017 through until Monday 8th January 2018 in Australia.

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England win 2015 Ashes Series
The most recent Ashes Series played between Australia and England was in July & August 2015, which England won 3–2, regaining the Ashes. Englishman Joe Root took home the Compton–Miller Medal for best player during the series.

Prior to that, Australia defeated England 5-0 in the 2013-14 Ashes Series held in Australia from November 2013 to January 2014, with bowler Australian bowler Mitchell Johnson named the Man of the Series.

The previous series was held in 2013 in England where the home side managed a 3-0 victory. England took out the 2010/2011 Ashes Series in Australia with a convincing 3-1 series win. England also won the 2009 Ashes Series 2-1 at home to regain the The Ashes from Australia, who had won the previous 2006-07 series in Australia.

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Australia vs England Ashes teams

Australian Ashes Squad

australia Steven Smith (Captain), David Warner, Cameron Bancroft, Usman Khawaja, Peter Handscomb, Mitchell Starc, Shaun Marsh, Tim Paine, Pat Cummins, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood, Jackson Bird, Chadd Sayers
 

England Ashes Squad

australia Alastair Cook, Mark Stoneman, Joe Root(c), Dawid Malan, Gary Ballance, James Vince, Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Craig Overton, Tom Curran, Mason Crane, Ben Foakes, Chris Woakes, Stuart Broad, James Anderson
 

Australia vs England 2017-2018 Ashes Series Match Schedule


Date Match   Team 1     Team 2 Venue Time
Nov 23-27, 2017 1st Test australia ashes Australia vs england ashes England Gabba, Brisbane 10:00am
Dec 02-06, 2017 2nd Test (D/N) australia ashes Australia vs. england ashes England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 2:00pm
Dec 14-18, 2017 3rd Test australia ashes Australia vs. england ashes England WACA, Perth 11:00am
Dec 26-30, 2017 4th Test australia ashes Australia vs. england ashes England MCG, Melbourne 10:30am
Jan 04-08, 2018 5th Test australia ashes Australia vs. england ashes England SCG, Sydney 11:00am

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The First Test of the 2017 Ashes Series between Australia & England will commence on Thursday 23rd November 2017 at the Gabba in Brisbane, Queensland.

2015 Ashes Series Results

England won three of the first four Test matches of the 2015 Ashes Series, eventually winning the series 3–2, regaining the Ashes from Australia.

Australia Squad: Michael Clarke (C), Steve Smith (VC), David Warner, Shane Watson, Brad Haddin (WK), Fawad Ahmed, Josh Hazlewood, Ryan Harris, Mitchell Johnson, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Peter Nevill, Chris Rogers, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Adam Voges.

England Squad: Alastair Cook (C), Joe Root (VC), Jos Buttler (WK), Ian Bell, Moeen Ali, Jonny Bairstow, Gary Ballance, Adil Rashid, Ben Stokes, James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Steven Finn, Mark Footitt, Adam Lyth, Liam Plunkett, Mark Wood

First Test

The 1st Test was played from July 8th-12th 2015 at Sophia Gardens, Cardiff in Wales.

England 1st Innings 430
Joe Root 134 Mitchell Starc 5/114
Australia 1st Innings 308
Chris Rogers 95 James Anderson 3/43

England 2nd Innings: 289
Ian Bell 60 Joe Root 60 Nathan Lyon 4/75
Australia 2nd Innings: 242
Mitchell Johnson 77 Stuart Broad 3/39

England won by 169 runs

Player of the match: Joe Root (England)

Second Test

The 2nd Test was played from July 16th-20th 2015 at Lord's Oval in London, England.

Australia 1st Innings: 566/8 dec
Steve Smith 215, Stuart Broad 4/83
England 1st Innings 312
Alastair Cook 96, Mitchell Johnson 3/53

Australia 2nd Innings: 254/2 dec
David Warner 83 Moeen Ali 2/78
England 2nd Innings: 103
Stuart Broad 25 Mitchell Johnson 3/27

Australia won by 405 runs

Player of the match: Steve Smith (Australia)

Third Test

The 3rd Test was played from July 29th to 2nd August 2015 at Edgbaston Oval in Birmingham, England

Australia 1st Innings: 136
Chris Rogers 52 James Anderson 6/47
England 1st Innings: 281
Joe Root 63, Nathan Lyon 3/36

Australia 2nd Innings: 265
David Warner 77, Steven Finn 6/79
England 2nd Innings: 124/2
Ian Bell 65no Josh Hazlewood 1/21

England won by 8 wickets

Player of the match: Steven Finn (England)

Fourth Test

The 4th Test was played from August 6th-10th 2015 at Trent Bridge in Nottingham, England

Australia 1st Innings: 60
Mitchell Johnson 13 Stuart Broad 8/1
England 1st Innings: 391/9 dec
Joe Root 130 Mitchell Starc 6/111

Australia 2nd Innings: 253
David Warner 64 Ben Stokes 6/36

England won by an innings and 78 runs

Player of the match: Stuart Broad (England)

Fifth Test

The 5th Test was played from August 20th-24th 2015 at The Oval in London, England

Australia 1st Innings: 481
Steve Smith 143 Steven Finn 3/90
England 1st Innings: 149
Moeen Ali 30 Mitchell Johnson 3/21

England 2nd Innings: 286 (Follow on)
Alastair Cook 85 Peter Siddle 4/35

Australia won by an innings and 46 runs

Player of the match: Steve Smith (Australia)

2013-2014 Ashes Series Results

Australia won the 2013-14 Ashes series 5-0 on home soil to capture the Ashes for the first time since the 2006-2007 series. Aussie bowler Mitchell Johnson was the player of the series.

Australia Squad: Michael Clarke (C). Brad Haddin (VC & WK), George Bailey, Nathan Coulter-Nile±, Chris Rogers, Peter Siddle, David Warner, Shane Watson, Alex Doolan, Steve Smith, Doug Bollinger, James Faulkner, Ryan Harris, Mitchell Johnson and Nathan Lyon.

England Squad: Alastair Cook (C), Jonny Bairstow (WK), Matt Prior (WK), Gary Ballance. Ian Bell, Tim Bresnan, Stuart Broad, Michael Carberry, Steven Finn, Monty Panesar, Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson, Boyd Rankin, Joe Root, Graeme Swann, Ben Stokes, Chris Tremlett, Scott Borthwick, James Tredwell, Jonathan Trott.

First Test result

The 1st Test was played from November 21st-25th 2013 at The Gabba in Brisbane, Queensland.

Australia 1st Innings: 295
Brad Haddin 94 Stuart Broad 6/81
England 1st Innings: 136
Michael Carberry 40 Mitchell Johnson 4/61

Australia 2nd Innings: 7/401 dec
David Warner 124 Chris Tremlett 3/69
England 2nd Innings: 179
Alastair Cook 65 Mitchell Johnson 5/42

Australia won by 381 runs

Player of the match: Mitchell Johnson (Australia)

Second Test result

The 2nd Test was played from December 5th-9th 2013, at the Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, South Australia.

Australia 1st Innings: 9/570 dec
Michael Clarke 148 Stuart Broad 3/98
England 1st Innings: 172
Ian Bell 72no Mitchell Johnson 7/40

Australia 2nd Innings: 3/132 dec
David Warner 83no James Anderson 2/19
England 2nd Innings: 312
Joe Root 87 Peter Siddle 4/57

Australia won by 218 runs

Player of the match: Mitchell Johnson (Australia)

Third Test result

The 3rd test was played from December 13th-17th 2013 at the WACA Ground in Perth, Western Australia.

Australia 1st Innings: 385
Steve Smith 111 Stuart Broad 3/100
England 1st Innings: 251
Alastair Cook 72 Peter Siddle 3/36

Australia 2nd Innings:6/369 dec
David Warner 112 Tim Bresnan 2/53
England 2nd Innings: 353
Ben Stokes 120 Mitchell Johnson 4/78

Australia won by 150 runs

Player of the match: Steve Smith (Australia)

Fourth Test

The 4th Test was played from December 26th-30th 2013 at 26–30 December 2013 at the MCG in Melbourne, Victoria.

England 1st Innings: 255
Kevin Pietersen 71 Mitchell Johnson 5/63
Australia 1st Innings: 204
Brad Haddin 65 James Anderson 4/67

England 2nd Innings: 179
Alastair Cook 51 Nathan Lyon 5/50
Australia 2nd Innings: 2/231
Chris Rogers 116 Monty Panesar 1/43

Australia won by 8 wickets

Player of the match: Mitchell Johnson (Australia)

Fifth Test

The 5th Test was played from January 3rd-7th 2017 at the SCG in Sydney, New South Wales.

Australia 1st Innings: 326
Steve Smith 115 Ben Stokes 6/99
England 1st Innings: 155
Ben Stokes 47 Peter Siddle 3/23

Australia 2nd Innings: 276
Chris Rogers 119 Scott Borthwick 3/33
England 2nd Innings: 166
Michael Carberry 43 Ryan Harris 5/25

Australia won by 281 runs

Player of the match: Ryan Harris (Australia)

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