Australia tour of England 2015 Schedule

Date Match Details
Mon Aug 31
15:00 local | 14:00 GMT
England vs Australia, Only T20
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Thu Sep 3
14:00 local | 13:00 GMT
England vs Australia, 1st ODI
D/N
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
Sat Sep 5
10:30 local | 09:30 GMT
England vs Australia, 2nd ODI
Lords, London
Tue Sep 8
14:00 local | 13:00 GMT
England vs Australia, 3rd ODI
D/N
Old Trafford, Manchester
Fri Sep 11
10:30 local | 09:30 GMT
England vs Australia, 4th ODI
Headingley, Leeds
Sun Sep 13
10:30 local | 09:30 GMT
England vs Australia, 5th ODI
Old Trafford, Manchester
Australia is scheduled to visit England next year for multiple esteemed international bilateral series. One is the Ashes which would be followed by NatWest T20I and Royal London One-Day International series. The Australia vs England 2015 is a more or less 3 month long affair starting from July and extending till September. Here is a brief on Australia’s tour to England in the coming year.

The 2015 Australia V England series will start with Ashes matches. There would be 5 Test matches in the Ashes series. The 1st Test match is scheduled for 8th of July and would continue till 12th.The match would be hosted at Cardiff based SWALEC stadium. The other matches of the Ashes series are to be held at Lord’s, Trent Bridge, Edgbaston & The Oval. The last match of the Ashes series is on August 20 and the series would finalize on 24th August. Alastair Cook is the captain for English Test team while the Aussie test team would be led by Michael Clarke.

After the Ashes series, the two powerful cricket teams would meet again for NatWest T20I. The NatWest match is on August 31st and would be held at Cardiff based SWALEC stadium. The Australian T20 team would be headed by George Bailey while Stuart Broad the captain of English T20 team.

The final leg of 2015 Australia tour of England is comprised of multiple One Day International matches. There would be 5 ODI matches in total, starting from September 3rd, 2015. The first One Day International match between the two teams would be held at Ageas Bowl. There are 1-2 days of gap between the ODI matches of the series. The final One Day International match of the series is on September 13. The match would be hosted at Emirates Old Trafford. The Australian captain for the ODI team is George Bailey while Alastair Cook is the same for England. 

It's going to be a prolonged and eventful tour for Australia and an equally detailed experience for the host country England. However, the English team would definitely have an upper hand here over their Aussie counterpart, being the host nation. 

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