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Australia Cricket Team

Australia National Cricket Team is the Team that Represents Australia in Cricket. Team Australia Plays in all formats of cricket.

Australia Cricket team is the member of the ICC with all three formats of cricket.

The Australian cricket team participated in the first test cricket match, in 1877.

Nicknames of Australia Cricket Team

Australia National Cricket Team is also known as Baggy Greens, Aussies, The Invincibles and Kangaroos.

The Australia Cricket Team Latest News

First of all, Cricket is the popular game in Australia. Cricket is the national game of Australia. In short, people are crazy about cricket in Australia.

Also, they follow this game religiously. As a result of this, cricket news is one of the most viewed topics on the internet in Australia.

Get all the latest news and updates on AUSTRALIA NATIONAL CRICKET TEAM only on Cricadium. We try to provide the best cricket content possible to our followers.

Australia National Cricket Team Coaching Staff

Australia national cricket team coaching staff consist of following

Head Coach:  Former Australian Cricketer Justin Langer

Batting Coach: Former England batsman Graeme Hick

Pace Bowling Coach:  David Saker

Spin Bowling Coach: Former Canadian cricketer John Davison

Fielding Coach: Former Australian batsman Brad Haddin

Fielding Consultant: Mike Young

Australia Team Roaster

Catch every detail about cricket Australia.  Know Australia Team Roaster or team squad.

Here is the Current Australia National Cricket team Roaster for all three formats

NameAgeRoleBatting StyleBowling StyleForms

Batsmen

Aaron Finch32BatsmanRight-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxTest, ODI, T20I
David Warner32BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm medium/leg breakTest, ODI, T20I
Usman Khawaja32BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm mediumTest
Tim Paine34WK-BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumTest, ODI
Alex Carey27WK-BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm mediumODI, T20I
Shaun Marsh35BatsmanLeft-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxTest, ODI
Steve Smith29BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm leg breakTest, ODI
Cameron White35BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm leg breakODI
Chris Lynn28BatsmanRight-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxODI, T20I
Travis Head25BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm off breakTest, ODI, T20I
Peter Handscomb27BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumTest
Nic Maddinson27BatsmanLeft-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxT20I
Marcus Harris26BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm off breakTest
Matt Renshaw22BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm off breakTest
Cameron Bancroft26BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumTest
Joe Burns29BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm off breakTest
Ben McDermott24BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumT20I

All-rounders

Ashton Agar25AllrounderLeft-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxODI, T20I
Pat Cummins25AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm fastTest, ODI, T20I
Glenn Maxwell30AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm off breakODI, T20I
Mitchell Marsh27AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest, ODI, T20I
Marnus Labuschagne24AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm leg breakTest
D’Arcy Short28AllrounderLeft-handedSlow left-arm unorthodoxODI, T20I
Jack Wildermuth25AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm medium-fastT20I
Marcus Stoinis29AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumODI, T20I
Michael Neser28AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm medium-fastODI

Bowlers

Josh Hazlewood28BowlerLeft-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest, ODI
Peter Siddle34BowlerRight-handedRight-arm Fast MediumTest
Mitchell Starc28BowlerLeft-handedLeft-arm fastTest, ODI, T20I
Andrew Tye32BowlerRight-handedRight-arm medium-fastODI, T20I
Nathan Lyon31BowlerRight-handedRight-arm off breakTest, ODI, T20I
Adam Zampa26BowlerRight-handedRight-arm leg breakODI, T20I
Jason Behrendorff28BowlerRight-handedLeft-arm fast mediumT20I
Billy Stanlake24BowlerLeft-handedRight-arm fastODI, T20I
Kane Richardson27BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumODI, T20I
Jhye Richardson22BowlerLeft-handedRight-arm fastODI, T20I
Jon Holland31BowlerRight-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxTest
Mitchell Swepson25BowlerRight-handedRight-arm leg breakT20I
Chadd Sayers31BowlerRight-handedRight-arm medium-fastTest

Team Australia Upcoming Matches and Schedules

At Cricadium you will find team Team Australia’s upcoming matches, schedule, venue, match timings, timetable etc.

Here is the complete schedule of Australia Cricket Team upcoming matches

DateMatch DetailsTimeVenue

India tour of Australia, 2018-19

Jan 12, SatAustralia vs India, 1st ODI7:50 AM
01:20 PM LOCAL / 02:20 AM GMT
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
Jan 15, TueAustralia vs India, 2nd ODI8:50 AM
01:50 PM LOCAL / 03:20 AM GMT
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
Jan 18, FriAustralia vs India, 3rd ODI7:50 AM
01:20 PM LOCAL / 02:20 AM GMT
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne

Sri Lanka tour of Australia, 2019

Jan 24, Thu – Jan 28, MonAustralia vs Sri Lanka, 1st Test8:30 AM
01:00 PM LOCAL / 03:00 AM GMT
The Gabba, Brisbane
Feb 01, Fri – Feb 05, TueAustralia vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test5:00 AM (Feb 01)
10:30 AM LOCAL / 11:30 PM GMT (Jan 31)
Manuka Oval, Canberra

Australia tour of India, 2019

Feb 24, SunIndia vs Australia, 1st T20I7:00 PM
07:00 PM LOCAL / 01:30 PM GMT
M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru
Feb 27, WedIndia vs Australia, 2nd T20I7:00 PM
07:00 PM LOCAL / 01:30 PM GMT
Dr. Y.S. Rajasekhara Reddy ACA-VDCA Cricket Stadium, Visakhapatnam
Mar 02, SatIndia vs Australia, 1st ODI1:30 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 08:00 AM GMT
Rajiv Gandhi International Stadium, Hyderabad
Mar 05, TueIndia vs Australia, 2nd ODI1:30 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 08:00 AM GMT
Vidarbha Cricket Association Ground, Nagpur
Mar 08, FriIndia vs Australia, 3rd ODI1:30 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 08:00 AM GMT
JSCA International Stadium Complex, Ranchi
Mar 10, SunIndia vs Australia, 4th ODI1:30 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 08:00 AM GMT
Punjab Cricket Association IS Bindra Stadium, Mohali
Mar 13, WedIndia vs Australia, 5th ODI1:30 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 08:00 AM GMT
Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

Jun 01, SatAfghanistan vs Australia, Match 46:00 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 12:30 PM GMT
County Ground, Bristol
Jun 06, ThuAustralia vs Windies, Match 103:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL/ 09:30 AM GMT
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Jun 09, SunIndia vs Australia, Match 143:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL/ 09:30 AM GMT
Kennington Oval, London
Jun 12, WedAustralia vs Pakistan, Match 173:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL/ 09:30 AM GMT
The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
Jun 15, SatSri Lanka vs Australia, Match 203:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL/ 09:30 AM GMT
Kennington Oval, London
Jun 20, ThuAustralia vs Bangladesh, Match 263:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL/ 09:30 AM GMT
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Jun 25, TueEngland vs Australia, Match 323:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL/ 09:30 AM GMT
Lord’s, London
Jun 29, SatNew Zealand vs Australia, Match 376:00 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 12:30 PM GMT
Lord’s, London
Jul 06, SatAustralia vs South Africa, Match 456:00 PM
01:30 PM LOCAL / 12:30 PM GMT
Old Trafford, Manchester

The Ashes 2019

Aug 01, Thu – Aug 05, MonEngland vs Australia, 1st Test3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Aug 14, Wed – Aug 18, SunEngland vs Australia, 2nd Test3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
Lord’s, London
Aug 22, Thu – Aug 26, MonEngland vs Australia, 3rd Test3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
Headingley, Leeds
Sep 04, Wed – Sep 08, SunEngland vs Australia, 4th Test3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
Old Trafford, Manchester
Sep 12, Thu – Sep 16, MonEngland vs Australia, 5th Test3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
Kennington Oval, London

Australia Cricket Players

At Cricadium you will get every detail about all Australian cricketers, their stats, profile, latest news, records etc.

Here is the list of some very popular Australian Cricketers of all time

Don Bradman, Allan Border, Glenn McGrath, Ian Chappell, Greg Chappell, Justin Langer, Steve Waugh, Shane Warne, Matthew Hayden, Ricky Ponting, Bret Lee, Shaun Tait, Michael Hussey, Adam Gilchrist, Michael Clarke, Mitchell Johnson, Steve Smith, David Warner, Mitchell Starc and, Tim Paine

Australia Team Records and Achievements

First of all, the Australia cricket team is one of the strongest cricket teams in the world. There are various records in the name of Australia cricket team.

Australia National Cricket Team in ICC Cricket World Cup

The Australia team is the only team to win ICC ODI cricket world cup 5 times.

  1. First Time in the year 1987, under the captaincy of Allan Border
  2. Second time in the year 1999, under the captaincy of Steve Waugh
  3. Third time in the year 2003, under the captaincy of Ricky Ponting
  4. Fourth time in the year 2007, under the captaincy of Ricky Ponting
  5. Fifth time in the year 2015, under the captaincy of Michael Clarke
Australia National Cricket Team in ICC Champions Trophy

Australia team won champions trophy for 2 times

  1. First time in the year 2006, under the captaincy of Ricky Ponting
  2. Second time in the year 2009, under the captaincy of Ricky Ponting
Australia National Cricket Team in Ashes

Out of 70 Ashes series played between Australia and England, England have won 32 series and Australia have won 33 series and the rest 5 are drawn.

Similarly, there are a number of records in the name of Australia National Cricket Team. Here is the list of few best records of team Australia

Test Records of Australia National Cricket Team
  • Greatest win margins (by innings), Second largest victory was by Australian team win against South Africa in the first Test of the 2001–02 tour at the Wanderers Stadium, where the tourists won by an innings and 360 runs.
  • As of December 2018, Australia is the most successful team in Test cricket with an overall winning percentage of 47.00
  • Greatest win margins (by 10 wickets), Team Australia have won a Test match by a margin of 10 wickets on 29 occasions, more than any other Test playing team.
  • The largest victory for Australian team came against South Africa in Johannesburg where they defeated the team by an innings and 360 runs.
  • Australian team shares the record for the most consecutive series win (9) from October 2005 to June 2008.
  • The highest and the lowest runs scored by the Australian team in Test are 758/8 against Windies and 36/10 against England
ODI Records of Australia National Cricket Team
  • Australia qualified seven times in the World Cup finals and won the World Cup trophy 5 times out of that.
  • Team Australia is the only team to win 3 consecutive World Cups (1999, 2003 and 2007).
  • Australia is the second team to win an ICC Cricket World Cup (2015) on home soil, after India (2011).
  • Team Australia the only team to become back to back winners of the ICC Champions Trophy. They have won the ICC Champions Trophy twice – in 2006 and in 2009.
  • Australia’s highest total in an ODI is 434/4, scored off 50 overs against South Africa in 2006. This was a world record score before the opposition chased this score in the same match.

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