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The Ashes Series 2021–22 Schedule, Fixtures, Dates, Venue, Timings, Live Telecast Check All Details Here
The Ashes series 2021–22 Australia vs England. The men’s ashes series is scheduled to be played at five different venues in Australia between 8 December 2021 and 18 January 2022 & The women’s Ashes will start with the test match in Canberra from Jan 27-30. Australia is the defending champion of the Men’s Ashes. This ... Read more
 
The Ashes Series 2021–22 Schedule, Fixtures, Dates, Venue, Timings, Live Telecast Check All Details Here
The Ashes series 2021–22 Australia vs England. The men’s ashes series is scheduled to be played at five different venues in Australia between 8 December 2021 and 18 January 2022 & The women’s Ashes will start with the test match in Canberra from Jan 27-30. Australia is the defending champion of the Men’s Ashes. This series is also part of the ICC World Test Championship 2021–2023.

The Ashes 2021-22

Ashes 2021 Fixtures Dates

Men’s Vodafone Ashes Series 2021-22 Dates

  • Dec 8th – Dec 12th The Gabba, Brisbane
  • Dec 16th – Dec 20th Adelaide Oval
  • Dec 26th – Dec 30th Melbourne Cricket Ground
  • Jan 5th – Jan 9th Sydney Cricket Ground
  • Jan 14th – Jan 18th Perth Stadium

Men’s Ashes schedule

Date Match Details Venue Time
Dec 08, Wed – Dec 12, Sun Australia vs England, 1st Test The Gabba, Brisbane 5:30 AM (IST)

12:00 AM GMT / 10:00 AM LOCAL
Dec 16, Thu – Dec 20, Mon Australia vs England, 2nd Test Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 9:30 AM (IST)

04:00 AM GMT / 01:30 PM LOCAL
Dec 26, Sun – Dec 30, Thu Australia vs England, 3rd Test Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 5:00 AM (Dec 26)

11:30 PM GMT (Dec 25) / 10:30 AM LOCAL
Jan 05, Wed – Jan 09, Sun Australia vs England, 4th Test Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 5:00 AM (Jan 05)

11:30 PM GMT (Jan 04) / 10:30 AM LOCAL
Jan 14, Fri – Jan 18, Tue Australia vs England, 5th Test Perth Stadium, Perth 8:00 AM

02:30 AM GMT / 10:30 AM LOCAL

Women’s Ashes schedule

Test: 27-30 January – Manuka Oval, Canberra (23:00 GMT, 26 January)

First T20: 4 February – North Sydney Oval, Sydney (08:10 GMT)

Second T20: 6 February – North Sydney Oval, Sydney (08:10 GMT)

Third T20: 10 February – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (08:10 GMT)

First ODl: 13 February – Adelaide Oval, Adelaide (23:05 GMT, 12 February)

Second ODl: 16 February – Junction Oval, Melbourne (23:05 GMT, 15 February)

Third ODI: 19 February – Junction Oval, Melbourne (23:05 GMT, 18 February)

The Ashes Series 2021 Venues

The Ashes series 2021: The Ashes 2021 five venues will be the Gabba, Adelaide Oval, the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Sydney Cricket Ground, and the Perth Stadium.

  • 1st Test Match- The Gabba, Brisbane
  • 2nd Test Match- Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
  • 3rd Test Match- Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), Melbourne
  • 4th Test Match- Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG), Sydney
  • 5th Test Match- Perth Stadium, Perth

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Ashes 2021 Broadcast in India

The Ashes 2021 will be a live Broadcast on Sony Sports Network (Sony Ten2, Sony Ten1).

Ashes 2021-22 Live Telecast TV Channel

Here is a list of TV channels that will broadcast the 2021-22 edition of the Ashes live and online.

  • India: Sony Sports Network & Sonyliv 
  • Australia: Channel 9
  • UK: BT Sport
  • USA: Willow TV
  • South Africa: Supersport

Team Squads

England Squad for the Ashes 2021-22

England squad for the Ashes: Joe Root (c), James Anderson, Jonathan Bairstow, Dom Bess, Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Jos Buttler, Zak Crawley, Haseeb Hameed, Dan Lawrence, Jack Leach, Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood.

FAQs

Ques 1: Who will host The Ashes 2021-22?

Ans 1: Australia will host The Ashes 2021-22.

Ques 2: Who Currently holds the Ashes?

Ans 2: Australia is the current holder of the Ashes. They won the last Ashes series 4-0, in 2017. Overall, Australia has won 33 series and England has won 32, and five series have been drawn.

Ques 3: Who has won the Ashes the most?

Ans 3: Australia has won 33 ashes series.

Ques 4: Where can I watch Ashes 2021?

Ans 4: You can watch live ashes series match on Sony Sports Network (Sony Ten2, Sony Ten1) in India & Channel 9 in Australia and BT Sport in UK England.