ESPN Crikey’s team selector, Dave Gorman, has put together a handy guide to when you should be picking up the Ashes series.
As mentioned above, the two Tests in the middle of a World Series is always a great opportunity to pick up some games and experience a new series, especially if you’ve had a lot of success with the Test series.
The first Test, which starts in Brisbane on August 3, is the only match in the series that will not have an extra Test at the end of the season, and it will be the last match the series.
That means it’s also the only Test series without a Test at a home ground (although England’s tour of Australia has been played on home soil).
The second Test, in Adelaide on August 6, is another Test that is unlikely to see an extra game.
There are still five Tests scheduled for the next three years, but the next Test is only scheduled to start at Adelaide Oval on October 26, meaning the series won’t end in 2019.
The final Test in Perth on October 5, 2019, is scheduled to be played in Brisbane, and will be a Test that will be played at Adelaide on the final day of the series, with Australia having won the first Test there in November 2017.
There are four other Test series to be held in the next four years (T20s, ODI and Twenty20), but the last one will not feature an extra match.
Australia’s tour to England has been a great success, and there is little doubt that a Test series at home would help Australia maintain momentum in the Ashes.
There’s no doubt that the series would be a good way for Australia to improve their position in the Test rankings, although it would also provide an opportunity to show the world that the team has grown as a unit.
It’s also worth noting that Australia has had a very successful Ashes series so far, with their average of 99.70 in each Test against England, with three Tests being played at home.
The Ashes series is a great way to start the year for Australia, with the series being played in Australia and the Ashes coming into the series at a very different time in the year.
The series could be a great place to put Australia’s Ashes campaign in context, as it will give us a chance to look at the progress made since the Ashes, and look forward to the series against England.