The Ashes Series 2019: Fixtures/Results

1st-5th August 1st Ashes Test Edgbaston, Birmingham
RESULT: Australia won by 251 runs
Australia 284 (80.4 overs) / England 374 (135.5 overs)
14th-18th August 2nd Ashes Test Lord's, London
RESULT: Match drawn
England 258 (77.1 overs) / Australia 250 (94.3 overs)
22nd-26th August 3rd Ashes Test Headingley, Leeds
RESULT: England won by 1 wicket
Australia - 179 (52.1 overs) / England - 67 (27.5 overs)
4th-8th September 4th Ashes Test Old Trafford, Manchester
RESULT: Australia won by 185 runs
Australia - 497/8d (126 overs) / England - 301 (107 overs)
12th-16th September 5th Ashes Test The Oval, London
RESULT: England won by 135 runs
England - 294 (87.1 overs) / Australia - 225 (68.5 overs)

Early History

The Ashes - Possibly the greatest rivalry in sport, not just cricket. Enland against Australia, the historic Test Series that dates back originally to 1882.

It is played every 2 years, and alternates between the UK and Australia for the venues.

England lost the first match which was played at The Oval. An obituary published in The Sporting Times stated mockingly that:

"The body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia."

The captain of the English side, The Honorable Ivo Bligh, promised to bring the 'Ashes' home the next winter, embracing the term that had created by the newspaper.

Australia are the more successful of the two sides, winning more Ashes Tests than England (130 of the 325 matches compared to England's 106 victories) throughout the history of the series.

Austalia have also won the most series with 33 overall wins, that puts them just one series ahead going into this competition.

Related Links

> The Ashes Cricket (FollowTheAshes) on Twitter

> The Ashes - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

> The Ashes urn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

The Ashes: Recent Winners

2017/18 Australia
2015 England
2013/14 Australia
2013 England
2010/11 England
2009 England
2006/07 Australia
2005 England
2002/03 Australia

The Ashes: Facts

Test Matches Played: 330

Test Match, Number of Victories: Australia - 134

Test Match, Number of Victories: England - 106



No. of Series Won: 33
No. of Series Lost: 32
No. of Series Drawn: 5


No. of Series Won: 32
No. of Series Lost: 33
No. of Series Drawn: 5

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