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England Cricket Team

England Cricket Team is the team that represents England in cricket. Currently, England and Wales Cricket Board is the governing body of the England national cricket team. Previously, The Marylebone Cricket Club was its governing body.

The England and Wales Cricket Board organizes all tours and matches of team England including domestic series. England Cricket Team is the member of the ICC with all three formats of cricket.

Nicknames of England Cricket Team

Indian England cricket team is commonly called the ‘POMS‘ by rival teams.

Captain of England Cricket Team

Joe Root is the captain of the test team and Eoin Morgan is the captain of the ODI and T20I.

England Cricket Team Coaching Staff

Here is the list of England cricket team coaches

Head coach: Trevor Bayliss (Former First-Class Cricketer)

Assistant head coach: Paul Farbrace (Former English Cricketer)

Batting coach (Test): Mark Ramprakash (Former English Cricketer)

Batting coach (ODI & T20I): Graham Thorpe (Former English Cricketer)

Fast Bowling coach: Chris Silverwood (Former English Cricketer)

Spin bowling consultant: Saqlain Mushtaq (Former Pakistani Cricketer)

Fielding coach: Carl Hopkinson (Former English Cricketer)

England Cricket Team Squad

Catch every detail about England team squad players list. Here is the Current England Cricket team Roster for all three formats. Team England’s Upcoming Matches and Schedules

NameAgeRoleBatting StyleBowling StyleGrade

Batsmen

Eoin Morgan32BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm mediumODI, T20I
Jason Roy28BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumODI, T20I
Joe Root28BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm spinTest, ODI, T20I
Jos Buttler28WK-BatsmanRight-handedTest, ODI, T20I
Mark Stoneman31BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm off breakTest
Alex Hales30BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumODI, T20I
Jonny Bairstow29WK-BatsmanRight-handedTest, ODI, T20I
Joe Denly32BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm leg spinTest, ODI, T20I
Sam Billings27WK-BatsmanRight-handedODI, T20I
Rory Burns28BatsmanLeft-handedTest
James Vince27BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumTest, ODI, T20I
Keaton Jennings26BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm medium-fastTest
Ben Foakes25WK-BatsmanRight-handedTest
Ollie Pope21BatsmanRight-handedTest
Dawid Malan31BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm leg spinTest, T20I
Mark Stoneman31BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm off breakTest
Rory Burns28BatsmanLeft-handedTest
James Vince27BatsmanRight-handedRight-arm mediumTest, ODI, T20I
Keaton Jennings26BatsmanLeft-handedRight-arm medium-fastTest
Ben Foakes25WK-BatsmanRight-handedTest

All-Rounders

Moeen Ali31AllrounderLeft-handedRight-arm off breakTest, ODI, T20I
Chris Woakes29AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest, ODI
David Willey28AllrounderLeft-handedLeft-arm fast mediumODI, T20I
Ben Stokes27AllrounderLeft-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest, ODI, T20I
Liam Dawson28AllrounderRight-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxODI, T20I
Sam Curran20AllrounderLeft-handedLeft-arm medium-fastTest, ODI, T20I
Chris Woakes29AllrounderRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest, ODI
Liam Dawson28AllrounderRight-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxODI, T20I

Bowlers

James Anderson36BowlerLeft-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest
Stuart Broad32BowlerLeft-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest
Adil Rashid30BowlerRight-handedRight-arm leg spinTest, ODI, T20I
Chris Jordan30BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumT20I
Mark Wood28BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fastTest, ODI, T20I
Jack Leach27BowlerLeft-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxTest
Jake Ball27BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumODI, T20I
Olly Stone25BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fastTest, ODI, T20I
Craig Overton24BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest, ODI
Tom Curran23BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumODI, T20I
Dominic Bess21BowlerRight-handedRight-arm off breakTest
Liam Plunkett33BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fastODI, T20I
Chris Jordan30BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumT20I
Jack Leach27BowlerLeft-handedSlow left-arm orthodoxTest
Jake Ball27BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumODI, T20I
Olly Stone25BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fastTest, ODI, T20I
Craig Overton24BowlerRight-handedRight-arm fast mediumTest, ODI

Team England’s Upcoming Matches and Schedules

At Cricadium you will find England cricket team’s upcoming matches, schedule, venue, match timings, timetable, etc. Here is the complete schedule of England Cricket Team

DateMatch DetailsTimeVenue
England tour of Ireland Only ODI, 2019
May 03, FriIreland vs England, Only ODI3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
The Village, Dublin
Pakistan tour of England, 2019
May 05, SunEngland vs Pakistan, Only T20I9:30 PM
05:00 PM LOCAL / 04:00 PM GMT
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
May 08, WedEngland vs Pakistan, 1st ODI5:30 PM
01:00 PM LOCAL / 12:00 PM GMT
Kennington Oval, London
May 11, SatEngland vs Pakistan, 2nd ODI3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
May 14, TueEngland vs Pakistan, 3rd ODI5:30 PM
01:00 PM LOCAL / 12:00 PM GMT
County Ground, Bristol
May 17, FriEngland vs Pakistan, 4th ODI5:30 PM
01:00 PM LOCAL / 12:00 PM GMT
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
May 19, SunEngland vs Pakistan, 5th ODI3:30 PM
11:00 AM LOCAL / 10:00 AM GMT
Headingley, Leeds
England’s Schedule for CWC 2019
May 30, ThuEngland vs South Africa, Match 13:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Kennington Oval, London
Jun 03, MonEngland vs Pakistan, Match 63:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
Jun 08, SatEngland vs Bangladesh, Match 123:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
Jun 14, FriEngland vs Windies, Match 193:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
Jun 18, TueEngland vs Afghanistan, Match 243:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Old Trafford, Manchester
Jun 21, FriEngland vs Sri Lanka, Match 273:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Headingley, Leeds
Jun 25, TueEngland vs Australia, Match 323:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Lord’s, London
Jun 30, SunEngland vs India, Match 383:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Edgbaston, Birmingham
Jul 03, WedEngland vs New Zealand, Match 413:00 PM
10:30 AM LOCAL / 09:30 AM GMT
Riverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
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
England’s Schedule for T20 World Cup 2020
26 October 2020England vs B14:30 PM
07:00 PM LOCAL / 11:00 AM GMT
Perth Stadium, Perth
30 October 2020England vs South Africa1:30 PM
07:00 PM LOCAL / 08:00 AM GMT
Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney
1 November 2020India vs England1:30 PM
07:00 PM LOCAL / 08:00 AM GMT
Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne
4 November 2020England vs Afghanistan2:30 PM
07:00 PM LOCAL / 09:00 AM GMT
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane
7 November 2020England vs A29:00 AM
02:00 PM LOCAL / 03:30 AM GMT
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

England Cricket Team Records

There are various records and achievements in the name of the England cricket team.

England Cricket Team in ICC Cricket World Cup

Not a single win but Runner-ups in World Cup 1979, 1987 and 1992.

England Cricket Team in ICC Champions Trophy

Not a single win but Runner-ups in Champions Trophy 2004 and 2013.

England Cricket Team in the T20 world cup

Champions in the year 2010: under the captaincy of Kevin Pietersen. Also Runner-up in 2016.

England Cricket Team in the Ashes

The England cricket team has won The Ashes 32 times.

Here are some other records in the name of England Cricket team

  • England is the only team in the history of Test cricket to have secured 100 victories by an innings.
  • As of December 2018, England has an overall winning percentage of 36.14 which is the third highest winning percentage of Test playing teams.
  • The highest number of test matches which are played by England is against Australia.
  • England has been the most successful against Bangladesh, having won nine out of ten Tests against them.
  • England played in the debut Test matches of Australia, India, New Zealand, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and West Indies. Also, winning all of them except against Australia.

England Cricket

England Cricket team is one of the strongest cricket teams of all times. Team England received test status in the year 1877. The England cricket team and Australia national cricket team are the two teams who played first ever test cricket match on 15 March 1877. Similarly, These two teams England and Australia are the teams who played first ever One-day internationals. Team England acquired ODI status in the year 1971. England played its first-ever ODI against Australia on 5 January 1971 at Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne. Also, England played its first T20I against Australia 13 June 2005, at the Rose Bowl, Southampton.

England cricket News

First of all, Cricket is one of the most popular games in England. Cricket is the national game of England. In short, people are just crazy about cricket in England. Also, people follow this game religiously. Similarly, they follow England cricketers too. As a result of this, cricket is one of the most searched topics on the internet.

Get all the latest news and updates of the England team only at Cricadium. At Cricadium we regularly update every news of England cricket.