From the drama and thrills of Twenty20 to the fascinating tactical contests which are test match series’.
International cricket comes in several different forms, and after the forced cancellations and hiatuses of 2020, the next couple of years are set to see a return to normality, with the sport’s biggest international tours, matches and tournaments set to once again welcome back fans from across the world!
The ultimate test match series, every two years, the two most successful teams in the sport, England and Australia, go head to head for one of its most prestigious (and smallest) trophies! Due to take place between 22 November and 14 January, the 2021/22 ashes will feature 5 test matches, which will be played in state of the art stadiums across Australia, including the iconic SCG in Sydney and the world-famous 100,000-capacity Melbourne Cricket Ground, the largest on the planet!
The three different formats are: Test cricket. One Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals.
Between 3 and 4 hours.
No, most matches/tournaments allow children of any age providing they are accompanied by an adult.