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Australia Cricket Team

Australia National Cricket Team is the Team that Represents Australia in Cricket. Team Australia is a full 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 National Cricket Team

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

Australia National Cricket Team Captain

Test Captain: Tim Paine

ODI/T20I Captain: Aaron Finch

Australia National Cricket Team Coaching Staff

Australia national cricket team coaching staff consist of following

Head Coach: Justin Langer (Former Australian Cricketer)

Batting Coach: Graeme Hick (Former England batsman)

Pace Bowling Coach: David Saker

Spin Bowling Coach: John Davison (Former Canadian cricketer)

Fielding Coach: Brad Haddin (Former Australian batsman)

Fielding Consultant: Mike Young

Australia National Cricket Team Squad

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

Name Age Role Batting Style Bowling Style Forms

Batsmen

Aaron Finch 32 Batsman Right-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Test, ODI, T20I
David Warner 32 Batsman Left-handed Right-arm medium/leg break Test, ODI, T20I
Usman Khawaja 32 Batsman Left-handed Right-arm medium Test
Tim Paine 34 WK-Batsman Right-handed Right-arm medium Test, ODI
Alex Carey 27 WK-Batsman Left-handed Right-arm medium ODI, T20I
Shaun Marsh 35 Batsman Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Test, ODI
Steve Smith 29 Batsman Right-handed Right-arm leg break Test, ODI
Cameron White 35 Batsman Right-handed Right-arm leg break ODI
Chris Lynn 28 Batsman Right-handed Slow left-arm orthodox ODI, T20I
Travis Head 25 Batsman Left-handed Right-arm off break Test, ODI, T20I
Peter Handscomb 27 Batsman Right-handed Right-arm medium Test
Nic Maddinson 27 Batsman Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox T20I
Marcus Harris 26 Batsman Left-handed Right-arm off break Test
Matt Renshaw 22 Batsman Left-handed Right-arm off break Test
Cameron Bancroft 26 Batsman Right-handed Right-arm medium Test
Joe Burns 29 Batsman Right-handed Right-arm off break Test
Ben McDermott 24 Batsman Right-handed Right-arm medium T20I

All-rounders

Ashton Agar 25 Allrounder Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox ODI, T20I
Pat Cummins 25 Allrounder Right-handed Right-arm fast Test, ODI, T20I
Glenn Maxwell 30 Allrounder Right-handed Right-arm off break ODI, T20I
Mitchell Marsh 27 Allrounder Right-handed Right-arm fast medium Test, ODI, T20I
Marnus Labuschagne 24 Allrounder Right-handed Right-arm leg break Test
D’Arcy Short 28 Allrounder Left-handed Slow left-arm unorthodox ODI, T20I
Jack Wildermuth 25 Allrounder Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast T20I
Marcus Stoinis 29 Allrounder Right-handed Right-arm fast medium ODI, T20I
Michael Neser 28 Allrounder Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast ODI

Bowlers

Josh Hazlewood 28 Bowler Left-handed Right-arm fast medium Test, ODI
Peter Siddle 34 Bowler Right-handed Right-arm Fast Medium Test
Mitchell Starc 28 Bowler Left-handed Left-arm fast Test, ODI, T20I
Andrew Tye 32 Bowler Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast ODI, T20I
Nathan Lyon 31 Bowler Right-handed Right-arm off break Test, ODI, T20I
Adam Zampa 26 Bowler Right-handed Right-arm leg break ODI, T20I
Jason Behrendorff 28 Bowler Right-handed Left-arm fast medium T20I
Billy Stanlake 24 Bowler Left-handed Right-arm fast ODI, T20I
Kane Richardson 27 Bowler Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium ODI, T20I
Jhye Richardson 22 Bowler Left-handed Right-arm fast ODI, T20I
Jon Holland 31 Bowler Right-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Test
Mitchell Swepson 25 Bowler Right-handed Right-arm leg break T20I
Chadd Sayers 31 Bowler Right-handed Right-arm medium-fast Test

Australia National Cricket Team Schedules

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Here is the complete schedule of Australia Cricket Team upcoming matches

Date Match Details Venue Time

The Ashes 2019

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

Sri Lanka tour of Australia, 2019

Sunday, October 27, 2019 Australia vs Sri Lanka, 1st T20I Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 9:00 AM
02:00 PM Local / 03:30 AM GMT
Wednesday, October 30, 2019 Australia vs Sri Lanka, 2nd T20I The Gabba, Brisbane 1:40 PM
06:10 PM Local / 08:10 AM GMT
Friday, November 01, 2019 Australia vs Sri Lanka, 3rd T20I Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 1:40 PM
07:10 PM Local / 08:10 AM GMT

Pakistan tour of Australia, 2019

Sunday, November 03, 2019 Australia vs Pakistan, 1st T20I Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 9:00 AM
02:30 PM Local / 03:30 AM GMT
Tuesday, November 05, 2019 Australia vs Pakistan, 2nd T20I Manuka Oval, Canberra 1:40 PM
07:10 PM Local / 08:10 AM GMT
Friday, November 08, 2019 Australia vs Pakistan, 3rd T20I Perth Stadium, Perth 2:00 PM
04:30 PM Local / 08:30 AM GMT
Nov 21, Thu – Nov 25, Mon Australia vs Pakistan, 1st Test The Gabba, Brisbane 5:30 AM
10:00 AM Local / 12:00 AM GMT
Nov 29, Fri – Dec 03, Tue Australia vs Pakistan, 2nd Test Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 9:00 AM
02:00 PM Local / 03:30 AM GMT

New Zealand tour of Australia, 2019-20

Dec 12, Thu – Dec 16, Mon Australia vs New Zealand, 1st Test Perth Stadium, Perth 10:30 AM
01:00 PM Local / 05:00 AM GMT
Dec 26, Thu – Dec 30, Mon Australia vs New Zealand, 2nd Test Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 5:30 AM
11:00 AM Local / 12:00 AM GMT
Jan 03, Fri – Jan 07, Tue Australia vs New Zealand, 3rd Test Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 5:30 AM
11:00 AM Local / 12:00 AM GMT

Australia’s Tour of India – 2020

Tuesday, January 14, 2020 India vs Australia, 1st ODI Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai 2:00 PM
2:00 PM Local / 8:30 AM GMT
Friday, January 17, 2020 India vs Australia, 2nd ODI Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium, Rajkot 2:00 PM
2:00 PM Local / 8:30 AM GMT
Sunday, January 19, 2020 India vs Australia, 3rd ODI M.Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bengaluru 2:00 PM
2:00 PM Local / 8:30 AM GMT

Australia tour of South Africa, 2020

Friday, February 21, 2020 South Africa vs Australia, 1st T20I The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg 9:30 PM
06:00 PM Local / 04:00 PM GMT
Sunday, February 23, 2020 South Africa vs Australia, 2nd T20I St George’s Park, Port Elizabeth 6:00 PM
02:30 PM Local / 12:30 PM GMT
Wednesday, February 26, 2020 South Africa vs Australia, 3rd T20I Newlands, Cape Town 9:30 PM
06:00 PM Local / 04:00 PM GMT
Saturday, February 01, 2020 South Africa vs Australia, 1st ODI Boland Park, Paarl 4:30 PM
01:00 PM Local / 11:00 AM GMT
Wednesday, March 04, 2020 South Africa vs Australia, 2nd ODI Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein 4:30 PM
01:00 PM Local / 11:00 AM GMT
Saturday, March 07, 2020 South Africa vs Australia, 3rd ODI Senwes Park, Potchefstroom 1:30 PM
10:00 AM Local / 08:00 AM GMT

New Zealand tour of Australia, 2020

Friday, March 13, 2020 Australia vs New Zealand, 1st ODI Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 9:00 AM
02:30 PM Local / 03:30 AM GMT
Sunday, March 15, 2020 Australia vs New Zealand, 2nd ODI Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 5:00 AM (Mar 15)
10:30 AM Local / 11:30 PM GMT (Mar 14)
Friday, March 20, 2020 Australia vs New Zealand, 3rd ODI Bellerive Oval, Hobart 9:00 AM
02:30 PM Local / 03:30 AM GMT

Australia tour of New Zealand, 2020

Tuesday, March 24, 2020 New Zealand vs Australia, 1st T20I University Oval, Dunedin 6:30 AM
02:00 PM Local / 01:00 AM GMT
Friday, March 27, 2020 New Zealand vs Australia, 2nd T20I Eden Park, Auckland 11:30 AM
07:00 PM Local / 06:00 AM GMT
Sunday, March 29, 2020 New Zealand vs Australia, 3rd T20I Hagley Oval, Christchurch 6:30 AM
02:00 PM Local / 01:00 AM GMT

Australia’s Schedule for T20 World Cup 2020

Saturday, October 24, 2020 Australia vs Pakistan
13th Match, Super 12 Group 1
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney 1:30 PM
07:00 PM Local / 08:00 AM GMT
Wednesday, October 28, 2020 Australia vs West Indies
21st Match, Super 12 Group 1
Perth Stadium, Perth 4:30 PM
07:00 PM Local / 11:00 AM GMT
Saturday, October 31, 2020 Australia vs TBC
27th Match, Super 12 Group 1
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane 2:30 PM
07:00 PM Local / 09:00 AM GMT
Tuesday, November 03, 2020 Australia vs TBC
33rd Match, Super 12 Group 1
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide 2:00 PM
07:00 PM Local / 08:30 AM GMT
Friday, November 06, 2020 Australia vs New Zealand
38th Match, Super 12 Group 1
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne 1:30 PM
07:00 PM Local / 08:00 AM GMT

List of Popular Australian Cricketers

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. Similarly, there are various records in the name of the Australia cricket team.

Australia National Cricket Team in ICC Cricket World Cup

The Australia cricket 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 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, Here is a list of records made by the Australia National Cricket Team. Here are 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 Australia won by an innings and 360 runs in the tour of South Africa.
  • As of December 2018, Australia is the most successful team in Test with an overall winning percentage of 47.
  • Greatest win margins (by 10 wickets). Team Australia have won a Test match by a margin of 10 wickets on 29 occasions. Also, this margin is more than any other Test-playing team.
  • The largest victory for the Australian team came against South Africa in Johannesburg.  Australia defeated the team  South Africa by an inning 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 West Indies 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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Australia Cricket History

Australia Cricket team is played first ever test match against England in the year 1877 at MCG. England and Australia are the two oldest cricket teams. Also, these two teams played first-ever ODI in the season 1970-71.  Australia team played its first T20 against New Zealand on 17 February 2005 at Eden Park, Auckland.

The Australia Cricket Team Latest News

First of all, Cricket is the national game of Australia. As a result, Cricket is one of the popular game in Australia. In short, people are crazy about cricket in Australia. Similarly, they follow this game religiously. As a result of this, cricket news is one of the most viewed topics on the internet in Australia.

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