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Australia Cricket Team - Match Schedule, Players, Stats

About Australia Cricket Team

The Australia men's national cricket team represents Australia in men's international cricket. As the joint-oldest team in Test cricket that played their first-ever Test match in 1877, and participated in both the first ODI, against England in the 1970–71 season, and the first T20I, against New Zealand in the 2004–05 season.

An aggressive style of playing cricket, and never-say-die attitude have probably been the driving factor behind the consistent success of the Australia national cricket team. The Aussie cricket team has rivalries with other Test-playing nations, most notably with England, their opponent in the famous Ashes series.

Australia National Cricket Team - World Dominance

The 1990s and 2000s were arguably Australia's most successful periods as they recovered from the disruption caused by the World Series Cricket to create arguably the strongest team in history. The team achieved a hat-trick of World Cup wins.

This success has been attributed to the system established by Border, successive aggressive captains, and the effectiveness of several key players like Glenn McGrath, Shane Warne, Justin Langer, Matthew Hayden, Adam Gilchrist, Michael Hussey and Ricky Ponting.

Australia is the most successful team in both Test and ODI cricket history, winning more than 60% of their matches. They have made a record seven World Cup final appearances and have won the biggest ODI tournament a record five times: 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007 and 2015.

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Australia Men’s Cricket Team Current Rankings

As of 05 Sep. 2022, Australia Men’s Cricket Team is ranked first in Tests, 5th in ODIs and 6th in T20Is rankings.

Format Test ODI T20
Rank 1st 5th 6th

Australia Cricket Team Players

The below lists all the top active Australia cricket team players who have played for Australia in recent times. Any Australian cricket player who is outside of central contract and not mentioned here may have been selected in the team's most recent squad.

Players
Aaron Finch David Warner Steve Smith Usman Khawaja Alex Carey
Travis Head Marnus Labuschagne Ben McDermott Matthew Wade Josh Inglis
Marcus Stoinis Glenn Maxwell Daniel Sams Ashton Agar Nathan Lyon
Mitchell Marsh Cameron Green Adam Zampa Mitchell Swepson Nathan Ellis
Pat Cummins Josh Hazlewood Mitchell Starc Sean Abbott Jhye Richardson
Kane Richardson Andrew Tye Scott Boland Jason Behrendorff Marcus Harris

Australia Cricket Team Match Schedule

Check out all of Australia's next upcoming matches of 2022, including T20 world cup, ODI, and Test matches along with date, match timings and ground details all in one place!

Australia Tour of India 2022

Australia cricket team will tour India for 3 T20s from 20th to 25th September 2022.

Match Date Time Location
1st T20, India vs Australia Tuesday, 20th September 7:30 PM Mohali
2nd T20, India vs Australia Friday, 23rd September 7:30 PM Nagpur
2nd T20, India vs Australia Sunday, 25th September 7:30 PM Hyderabad

West Indies Tour of Australia 2022

West Indies cricket team will tour Australia for two T20 matches from 5th to 7th October 2022.

Match Date Time Location
1st T20, Australia vs West Indies Wednesday, 5th October 01:40 PM Gold Coast
2nd T20, Australia vs West Indies Friday, 7th October 01:40 PM Brisbane

England Tour of Australia 2022

England cricket team will tour Australia for 3 T20 matches from 9th to 14th October 2022.

Match Date Time Location
1st T20, Australia vs England Sunday, 9th October 01:10 PM Perth
2nd T20, Australia vs England Wednesday, 12th October 01:10 PM Canberra
3rd T20, Australia vs England Friday, 14th October 01:10 PM Canberra

Australia Schedule In T20 World Cup 2022

T20 World Cup matches will be played from 16th October to 13th November 2022 in Australia.

Match Date Time (IST) Location
Australia vs New Zealand Saturday, 22nd October 12:30 PM Sydney
Australia vs A1 Tuesday, 25th October 4:30 PM Perth
Australia vs England Friday, 28th October 1:30 PM Melbourne
Australia vs B2 Monday, 31st October 1:30 PM Brisbane
Australia vs Afghanistan Friday, 4th November 1:30 PM Adelaide

Australia Cricket Team Tournament Wins

World Cup - Australia have won the Cricket World Cup a record five times : Winners (5 times): 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015

Champions Trophy - Australia have won the Champions Trophy two times : Winners (2 times): 2006, 2009

T20 World Cup - Australia have won the T20 World Cup one time in 2021 : Winners: 2021

Australia Cricket Team Stats

  • Test
  • ODI
  • T20
    • Most Test Runs for Australia
    • Player
    • Matches
    • Runs
    • Average
    • Highest Score
    • 100s
    • Ricky Ponting
    • 168
    • 13378
    • 51.85
    • 257
    • 41
    • Allan Border
    • 156
    • 11174
    • 50.56
    • 205
    • 27
    • Steve Waugh
    • 168
    • 10927
    • 51.06
    • 200
    • 32
    • Michael Clarke
    • 115
    • 8643
    • 49.10
    • 329*
    • 28
    • Matthew Hayden
    • 103
    • 8625
    • 50.73
    • 380
    • 30
    • Most Test Wickets for Australia
    • Player
    • Matches
    • Wickets
    • Average
    • Best Bowling
    • 10W/5W
    • Shane Warne
    • 145
    • 708
    • 25.41
    • 8/71
    • 10/27
    • Glenn McGrath
    • 124
    • 563
    • 21.64
    • 8/24
    • 3/29
    • Nathan Lyon
    • 110
    • 438
    • 32.07
    • 8/50
    • 3/20
    • Dennis Lillee
    • 70
    • 355
    • 23.92
    • 7/83
    • 7/23
    • Mitchell Johnson
    • 73
    • 313
    • 28.40
    • 8/61
    • 3/12
    • Highest Individual Test Score for Australia
    • Player
    • Runs
    • Against
    • Venue
    • Year
    • Matthew Hayden
    • 380
    • Zimbabwe
    • Perth
    • 2003
    • David Warner
    • 335*
    • Pakistan
    • Adelaide
    • 2019
    • Mark Taylor
    • 334*
    • Pakistan
    • Peshawar
    • 1998
    • Don Bradman
    • 334
    • England
    • Leeds
    • 1930
    • Michael Clarke
    • 329*
    • India
    • Sydney
    • 2012
    • Best Test Bowling Figures For Australia
    • Player
    • Best Bowling
    • Against
    • Venue
    • Year
    • Arthur Mailey
    • 9/121
    • England
    • Melbourne
    • 1921
    • Glenn McGrath
    • 8/24
    • Pakistan
    • Perth
    • 2004
    • Frank Laver
    • 8/31
    • England
    • Manchester
    • 1909
    • Glenn McGrath
    • 8/38
    • England
    • London
    • 1997
    • Albert Trott
    • 8/43
    • England
    • Adelaide
    • 1895
    • Most ODI Runs for Australia
    • Player
    • Matches
    • Runs
    • Average
    • Highest Score
    • 100s/50s
    • Ricky Ponting
    • 374
    • 13589
    • 41.81
    • 164
    • 29
    • Adam Gilchrist
    • 286
    • 9595
    • 35.93
    • 172
    • 16
    • Mark Waugh
    • 244
    • 8500
    • 39.35
    • 173
    • 18
    • Michael Clarke
    • 245
    • 7981
    • 44.58
    • 130
    • 18
    • Steve Waugh
    • 325
    • 7569
    • 32.9
    • 120*
    • 3
    • Most ODI Wickets for Australia
    • Player
    • Matches
    • Wickets
    • Average
    • Best Bowling
    • 5W/4W
    • Glenn McGrath
    • 249
    • 380
    • 21.98
    • 7/15
    • 7/9
    • Brett Lee
    • 221
    • 380
    • 23.36
    • 5/22
    • 9/14
    • Shane Warne
    • 193
    • 291
    • 25.82
    • 5/33
    • 1/12
    • Mitchell Johnson
    • 153
    • 239
    • 25.26
    • 6/31
    • 3/9
    • Craig McDermott
    • 138
    • 203
    • 24.71
    • 5/44
    • 1/4
    • Highest Individual ODI Score for Australia
    • Player
    • Runs
    • Against
    • Venue
    • Year
    • Shane Watson
    • 185*
    • Bangladesh
    • Mirpur
    • 2011
    • Matthew Hayden
    • 181*
    • New Zealand
    • Hamilton
    • 2007
    • David Warner
    • 179
    • Pakistan
    • Adelaide
    • 2017
    • David Warner
    • 178
    • Afghanistan
    • Perth
    • 2015
    • Mark Waugh
    • 173
    • West Indies
    • Melbourne
    • 2001
    • Best ODI Bowling Figures For Australia
    • Player
    • Best Bowling
    • Against
    • Venue
    • Year
    • Glenn McGrath
    • 7/15
    • Namibia
    • Potchefstroom
    • 2003
    • Andy Bichel
    • 7/20
    • England
    • Port Elizabeth
    • 2003
    • Gary Gilmour
    • 6/14
    • England
    • Leeds
    • 1975
    • Mitchell Starc
    • 6/28
    • New Zealand
    • Auckland
    • 2015
    • Mitchell Johnson
    • 6/31
    • Sri Lanka
    • Pallekele
    • 2011
    • Most T20 Runs for Australia
    • Player
    • Matches
    • Runs
    • Average
    • Highest Score
    • 100s/50s
    • Aaron Finch
    • 92
    • 2855
    • 35.24
    • 172
    • 2/17
    • David Warner
    • 91
    • 2684
    • 33.55
    • 100*
    • 1/22
    • Glenn Maxwell
    • 87
    • 2017
    • 30.56
    • 145*
    • 3/9
    • Shane Watson
    • 58
    • 1462
    • 29.24
    • 124*
    • 1/10
    • Cameron White
    • 47
    • 984
    • 32.8
    • 85*
    • 0/5
    • Most T20I Wickets for Australia
    • Player
    • Matches
    • Wickets
    • Average
    • Best Bowling
    • 5W/4W
    • Adam Zampa
    • 62
    • 71
    • 21.23
    • 5/19
    • 1/0
    • Mitchell Starc
    • 51
    • 63
    • 23.14
    • 3/11
    • 0/0
    • Dawlat Zadran
    • 34
    • 40
    • 24.5
    • 4/44
    • 0/1
    • Shane Watson
    • 58
    • 48
    • 24.72
    • 4/15
    • 0/1
    • Andrew Tye
    • 32
    • 47
    • 21.21
    • 4/23
    • 0/1
    • Ashton Agar
    • 46
    • 47
    • 22.29
    • 6/30
    • 2/0
    • Highest Individual T20 Score for Australia
    • Player
    • Runs
    • Against
    • Venue
    • Year
    • Aaron Finch
    • 172
    • Zimbabwe
    • Harare
    • 2018
    • Aaron Finch
    • 156
    • England
    • Southampton
    • 2013
    • Glenn Maxwell
    • 145*
    • Sri Lanka
    • Pallekele
    • 2016
    • Shane Watson
    • 124*
    • India
    • Sydney
    • 2016
    • Glenn Maxwell
    • 113*
    • India
    • Bangalore
    • 2019
    • Best T20 Bowling Figures For Australia
    • Player
    • Best Bowling
    • Against
    • Venue
    • Year
    • Ashton Agar
    • 6/30
    • New Zealand
    • Wellington
    • 2021
    • Adam Zampa
    • 5/19
    • Bangladesh
    • Dubai
    • 2021
    • Ashton Agar
    • 5/34
    • South Africa
    • Johannesburg
    • 2020
    • James Faulkner
    • 5/27
    • Pakistan
    • Mohali
    • 2016
    • Billy Stanleke
    • 4/8
    • Pakistan
    • Harare
    • 2018

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Australia Cricket Team - FAQs

Is Australia the best cricket team?

Currently, there are two Australia cricket team captains. Pat Cummins is the Test team captain while Aaron Finch is the ODI and T20I captain.

Who is the Captain of the Australia cricket team?

Australia’s Andre Borovec and former NZ player Daniel Vettori are the two Australia cricket team assistant and bowling coach.

Who is the Australia cricket team bowling coach?

Australia’s Andre Borovec and former NZ player Daniel Vettori are the two Australia cricket team assistant and bowling coach.

Who is the Australian cricket batting coach?

Andrew McDonald is the current head coach of the Australia cricket team on a four-year contract. Michael Di Venuto is the batting coach.

How many World Cups has Australia won?

Australia national cricket team has won 5 Cricket World Cups and 1 T20 World Cup trophies.

Updated on : 13 Sep 2022

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