Ashes (Australia Vs England) 2015: Schedule, Head to head, Statistics & Details

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Monday, July 6th, 2015 | 0

Ashes 2015 FixtureThe Ashes is the name given to the historical fight between England and Australia. The best team of the world VS the creator of cricket is really one of the grandest show of cricket history. However, most people already know these little things and thus let’s move on to the bigger picture. The Ashes is almost at hand and who knows what may happen. Which players will be the key for each team and why? Which team holds the advantage and why? There are many questions regarding this Ashes but before that the biggest question is when and where to watch the Ashes. So we bring you the fixture of this grand event. We also tried to describe which team is better and why and we hope that you enjoy this.


Start Date End Date Match No Time (GMT) Venue
8th July 12th July 1st Test 10:00 Sophia gardens, Cardiff
16th July 20th July 2nd Test 10:00 Lord’s, London
29th July 2nd August 3rd Test 10:00 Edgbaston, Birmingham
6th August 10th August 4th Test 10:00 Trent Bridge, Nottingham
20th August 24th August 5th Test 10:00 Kennington Oval, London


The 5 test matches is scheduled to take nearly 2 months and the most promising players for both teams will be playing here.

Australia is the hot favorite to win this time despite the matches will be on England. They were recently crowned as the world champions and they will be doing everything in their power to win here and keep their top position. Almost all of their players are showing very good form and is looking better than ever. They have some good batsmen in the middle and their bowlers are in top notch condition as well. They will be hoping to get wins here and prove themselves.

England on the other hand was in poor form in the world cup and couldn’t even manage to get to the quarter final but they bounced back as they just defeated the world cup runners up New Zealand by a 3-2 margin in ODI and all of their players looked to get back in form. On top of this, they will be getting home advantage in these matches with home supporters cheering for them. Thus they will be a tough opponent to beat even if they are the underdogs.


Lets take a look at Ashes history –

Series Played – 68

Matches played – 320

Australia (series) – 32

Australia (matches) – 128

England (series) – 31

England (matches) – 103

Draw (series) – 2

Draw (matches) – 89

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This is Toqui Tahmid a webmaster and sports reporter at Tsmplug

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