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Ashes 2023 Schedule, Dates, and England Summer Season

With a firing new approach, England will eye the retention of Ashes on their home soil.
Waqar Aslam

Ashes 2023 schedule is officially out with England hosting Australia in summer. England’s summer looks super exciting with a five-match Ashes series and a one-off test match with Ireland in Lords. 

Ben Stokes and his men with help of their new Bazball approach will try to win the Ashes back from Australia. The previous Ashes saw England barely avoiding a humiliating 5-0 defeat and ended up with a 4-0 loss. However, after that loss, a lot of revamping took place on the Test side in terms of approach as well as leading roles. 

Ashes 2023 Dates

Ashes 2023 will commence on June 16th and finish on July 31st. The venues are as follows: Edgbaston, Lords, Headingly, Old Trafford, and The Oval. Women Ashes series 2023 will also take place in the same month. 

Ashes 2023 Schedule

1st Ashes Test: Friday, June 16th – Tuesday, June 20th (England vs Australia)

2nd Ashes Test: Wednesday, June 28th – Sunday, July 2 (England vs Australia)

3rd Ashes Test Thursday, July 6th – Monday, July 10th (England vs Australia)

4th Ashes Test: Wednesday, July 19th – Sunday, July 23rd (England vs Australia)

5th Ashes Test: Thursday, July 27th – Monday, July 31st (England vs Australia)

England vs Ireland Test Dates

England will play Ireland in a historic one-off Test match starting from June 1 to 4. 

England vs New Zealand Summer Schedule

England will also play New Zealand on its home soil in limited overs cricket featuring ODIs and T20s. Both countries will play 4 T20s and 4 ODIs, a total of eight games. 

England vs Ireland ODI Series

England and Ireland will face off in a three-match ODI series starting on September 20 and ending in six days. After that England will eye competing in the 50 overs World Cup 2023 in India.

England women will also play Sri Lanka women in a 3-match ODI series in the latter half of September. 


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