The full schedule for England’s tour of Australia in 2021-22, as well as when the Test series will begin, can be found here.

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The full schedule for England’s tour of Australia in 2021-22, as well as the start dates for the Test series, can be found here.

England was late in announcing their plans to travel, but even with the majority of their key players available, there are still doubts about how well they will perform in the 2021-22 series.

Although there was some doubt about whether the Ashes would take place at all, England can now begin their preparations after selecting a strong squad to travel to Australia.

The T20 World Cup in the UAE and Oman was one of the roadblocks, despite the fact that only five players – Jos Buttler, Jonny Bairstow, Dawid Malan, Chris Woakes, and Mark Wood – were expected to play in both formats.

Before committing to the tour, Woakes was one of a number of players who wanted assurances that travel restrictions, particularly those that would have prevented their families from attending previously, would be eased.

He said, “It’s good news in terms of Australia and the Ashes tour.”

“There was never any doubt that everyone was excited to go play, but there are obviously things going on in the world right now, and people want assurances about what life will be like once we get there.”

The Test team will fly to Queensland on November 4th, giving them about a month before the first Test on December 8th at the Gabba.

Two warm-up matches will be played by the England Lions.

England has not won an Ashes series away from home since 2010-11, but their chances have improved now that their senior players have agreed to travel.

Despite Ian Botham’s doubts, they “didn’t fancy the ultimate test.”

All times are in GMT.

Men’s Ashes (Men’s Ashes):

Ashes of Women:

Jofra Archer and Sam Curran are notable by their absences, with the former missing the entire winter schedule due to an elbow injury.

Curran has a minor back stress fracture.

Ben Stokes declared himself ready after taking an indefinite break from cricket to focus on his mental health and recover from a finger injury. This is a huge boost for England.

Tim Paine retaliated against the Barmy Army after the England fan group pointed out that Joe Root needed just 80 runs more than the Australia captain in the first two Tests to surpass his career total in that form.

UK news summary from Infosurhoy

The full schedule for England’s tour of Australia in 2021-22, as well as when the Test series begins, can be found here.

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Ashes 2021-22 schedule: Dates in full for England’s tour of Australia and when the Test series starts

Ashes dates in full

All times GMT

Men’s Ashes:

  • First Test: 8-12 December – Gabba, Brisbane, play starts 12am
  • Second Test: 16-20 December – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, play starts 4am
  • Third Test: 26-30 December – MCG, Melbourne, play starts 11.30pm on 25 December
  • Fourth Test: 5-9 January – SCG, Sydney, play starts 11.30pm on 4 January
  • Fifth Test: 14-18 January – Optus Stadium, Perth, play starts 2.30am

Women’s Ashes:

  • Test: 27-30 January – Manuka Oval, Canberra, play starts 11pm 26 January
  • First T20: 4 February – North Sydney Oval, Sydney, play starts 8.10am
  • Second T20: 6 February – North Sydney Oval, Sydney, play starts 8.10am
  • Third T20: 10 February – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, play starts 8.10am
  • First ODl: 13 February – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, play starts 11.05pm on 12 February
  • Second ODl: 16 February – Junction Oval, Melbourne, play starts 11.05pm on 15 February
  • Third ODI: 19 February – Junction Oval, Melbourne, play starts 11.05pm on 18 February

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