Women's Tests Return As Australia Tour England

Women's Tests Return As Australia Tour England
Women's Tests Return As Australia Tour England
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England Women will play their first Test match in more than two years when they take on Australia at Wormsley to try to regain the Ashes from 13th to 16th August 2013.

Australia also play three One-Day Internationals and three Twenty20 Internationals during their tour in August.

Neither side has played a Test match since the 2011 Ashes contest in Sydney which Australia won, although England had held the Ashes since 2005.

Full list of women's Test matches

The three-match ODI series begin at Lord's on 20th August and Chelmsford will host the opening Twenty20 International on 27th August with the remaining two games in the series played ahead of England men's clashes with Australia.

"We are delighted to be hosting the Australia women’s team during the much-anticipated Ashes summer," Head of England Women's Cricket Clare Connor said.

"From recent bi-lateral series and the encounter between the two teams at the ICC World Twenty20 final in Colombo, England and Australia are leading the way in the women’s game with consistently high quality performances. 

"A summer comprising all three formats of the game will be certain to provide an entertaining and hard fought few weeks of international women’s cricket."

England Women v Australia Women schedule

13th-16th August - Only Test - Wormsley Cricket Ground, Buckinghamshire

20th August - 1st ODI - Lord's
23rd August - 2nd ODI – The PROBIZ Ground, Hove
25th August - 3rd ODI – The PROBIZ Ground, Hove

27th August - 1st T20I – The Ford County Ground, Chelmsford
29th August - 2nd T20I - Ageas Bowl, Southampton
31th August - 3rd T20I – Emirates Durham ICG

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Final score: England 12-4 Australia

Fixtures & Results

11th-14th August: Only Test, Wormsley
AUS 331-6 d. & 231-5 d. drew with ENG 314 & 93-2
20th August: 1st ODI, Lord's
AUS 203-8 beat ENG 176 by 27 runs
23rd August: 2nd ODI, Hove
ENG 256-6 beat AUS 205 by 51 runs
25th August: 3rd ODI, Hove
ENG 204-5 beat AUS 203-4 by 5 wickets
27th August: 1st T20I, Chelmsford
ENG 146-4 beat AUS 131-5 by 15 runs
29th August: 2nd T20I, Southampton
ENG 128-5 beat AUS 127-7 by 5 wickets
31st August: 3rd T20I, Chester-le-Street
ENG 92-3 beat AUS 91-7 by 7 wickets