Cricket Australia, Cricket Scotland Announce Australia’s Tour Of Scotland For T20 Series

The Australian cricket team has got their schedule packed in 2024 as they continue to promise different series and tournaments this year. 

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After a long and tedious IPL 2024, followed by the ICC T20 World Cup 2024, Cricket Australia had already announced Australia’s Tour Of England cut out in September this year. The team had also participated in a multi-format series against West Indies earlier this year.

CA has now announced, in association with Cricket Scotland, a three-match series in which Australia will tour Scotland on September 4, 6 and 7 at The Grange, Edinburgh.

Australia returns to Scotland after 11 years 

The Australian cricket team is going to play their first bilateral series with Scotland in the latter’s home ground in 11 years.

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Australia last toured Scotland for an ODI in 2013, winning by 200 runs. The announcement came before the two teams’ Group B clash at the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground in the ongoing T20 World Cup.

The decision has come after Ireland stepped back from hosting the Australian team, that was scheduled in August due to budget constraints. 

Here’s what Cricket Scotland representative said:

Trudy Lindblade, Cricket Scotland’s Chief Executive, said in a statement by Cricket Scotland, “We are delighted to announce these fixtures, which will be a great way to finish off what has been a momentous summer for Scottish cricket. Our women’s team qualified for their first ever ICC Women’s T20 World Cup later this year, while our men’s team have done the nation proud during their current ICC Men’s T20 World Cup campaign.”

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“A huge amount of work is being done to improve Scottish cricket across all levels and I thank everyone for their ongoing support as together we strive to make Scottish cricket better every day. We are proud of the work that our volunteers, coaches, administrators, match officials and players put in each week to grow the game. It is a wonderful opportunity for many of them to be involved in a match where our nation’s best do battle against world-class opponents on home soil,” she added.

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The Australian cricket team has got their schedule packed in 2024 as they continue to promise different series and tournaments this year. 

After a long and tedious IPL 2024, followed by the ICC T20 World Cup 2024, Cricket Australia had already announced Australia's Tour Of England cut out in September this year. The team had also participated in a multi-format series against West Indies earlier this year.

CA has now announced, in association with Cricket Scotland, a three-match series in which Australia will tour Scotland on September 4, 6 and 7 at The Grange, Edinburgh.

Australia returns to Scotland after 11 years 

The Australian cricket team is going to play their first bilateral series with Scotland in the latter's home ground in 11 years.

Australia last toured Scotland for an ODI in 2013, winning by 200 runs. The announcement came before the two teams' Group B clash at the Darren Sammy Cricket Ground in the ongoing T20 World Cup.

The decision has come after Ireland stepped back from hosting the Australian team, that was scheduled in August due to budget constraints. 

Here's what Cricket Scotland representative said:

Trudy Lindblade, Cricket Scotland's Chief Executive, said in a statement by Cricket Scotland, "We are delighted to announce these fixtures, which will be a great way to finish off what has been a momentous summer for Scottish cricket. Our women's team qualified for their first ever ICC Women's T20 World Cup later this year, while our men's team have done the nation proud during their current ICC Men's T20 World Cup campaign.”

“A huge amount of work is being done to improve Scottish cricket across all levels and I thank everyone for their ongoing support as together we strive to make Scottish cricket better every day. We are proud of the work that our volunteers, coaches, administrators, match officials and players put in each week to grow the game. It is a wonderful opportunity for many of them to be involved in a match where our nation's best do battle against world-class opponents on home soil," she added.

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