The Ashes Series 2023: England vs Australia Full Schedule

Ashes 2023

The Ashes series is one of the oldest rivalries between England and Australia and is all set to begin on 16th June and conclude on 31st July. Pat Cummins will be very much confident with his team that they can crush England, as they are the champion of WTC 2023. On the other hand, England trashed Ireland in the test match and will look confident in the Ashes series.

England will be all set to firepower with their ‘bazzball’ approach. They have not won the Ashes series since 2015. This year’s rivalry has already started with Steve Smith’s statement that how England ‘bazzball’ approach faces the Australian bowler.

Also Read: Player-by-Player Guide of England Squad in Ashes 2023

While the Ashes series is known for its intense rivalry and fierce competition between the two teams, the historical significance and tradition associated with the series make it one of the most highly anticipated events in cricket. The series has seen numerous memorable moments, outstanding performances, and legendary players from both sides.

The Ashes Series England Vs Australia Full Schedule

England vs Australia 1st Test

    • Date: June 16 to June 20
    • Time: 11 Am local time,3.30 PM IST
    • Venue: Edgbaston, Birmingham.

England vs Australia 2nd Test 

  • Date: June 28 to July 2
  • Time: 11 Am Local Time, 3.30 PM IST
  • Venue: Lord’s London

England vs Australia 3rd Test

  • Date: July6 to July 10
  • Time:11 Am Local Time, 3.30 PM IST
  • Venue: Headingley Leeds.

England vs Australia 4th Test 

  • Date: July 19 to 23 July
  • Time:11AM local Time, 30:30 PM IST
  • Venue: Old Trafford, Manchester.

England vs Australia 5th Test 

  • Date: 27 July to 31 July
  • Time:11AM Local Time, 3.30 IST
  • Venue: The Oval, London

It is one of the most bumper home summers for England. However, both teams will look to give a tough fight and try to win. Australia, they will look confident, while England will play bazzball. It will also be a high-intensity game and an advantage for England to win the series and shape them up.