Women’s Ashes to begin a week earlier : Cricket Australia

The Women’s Ashes series will get in progress seven days earlier than initially booked, with England and Australia starting it off with the main T20I on January 20 at the Adelaide Oval. The Test match stays with no guarantees – to be played at the Manuka Oval in Canberra – from January 27 to 30. This is trailed by the ODIs on February 3, 6 and 8.

The adjustment of timetable was made to oblige adequate time for the groups to finish their required quarantine period in front of the 50-over World Cup in New Zealand that starts on March 3.

“We are anticipating an incredible series between most likely the two best groups on the planet, with each side being current T20 and ODI title holders separately,” Cricket Australia CEO, Nick Hockley, said.

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Women’s Ashes Fixtures

January 201st T20IAdelaide Oval, Adelaide
January 222nd T20IAdelaide Oval, Adelaide
January 233rd T20IAdelaide Oval, Adelaide
January 27-30Test MatchManuka Oval, Canberra
February 31st ODIManuka Oval, Canberra
February 62nd ODIJunction Oval, Melbourne
February 83rd ODIJunction Oval, Melbourne

Cricket Australia have likewise needed to factor in ‘strategic contemplations’ while making the timetable, which has brought about moving the T20Is out of Sydney. Each of the three T20Is have been planned for Adelaide, before the groups move to Canberra for the Test and the principal ODI, prior to going to Melbourne to cover off the series.

“Unfortunately, calculated contemplations have implied that we have needed to move two T20 games from North Sydney Oval, which has for some time been the home of the ladies’ down in Sydney, and it is likewise frustrating that the yearly Governor-General’s XI match planned to be played at Drummoyne Oval can’t continue this season. We thank cricket fans in Sydney for their arrangement and have presumably that the three T20Is at Adelaide Oval will establish the vibe for an incredible series.”

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