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Women’s Ashes: Schedule, matches, dates for Australia vs. England Tests, ODIs and T20s | Sporting News Australia

The Women’s Ashes – between Australia and England – will be a headline event Down Under in 2025 with several firsts.

It will be the first time the series has been played in a different season to the men’s edition.

The MCG will also host a women’s Test for the first time since 1949. It will also be a day/night Test match.

With an exciting summer of cricket planned, The Sporting News reveals everything you need to know about the Women’s Ashes.

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When is the Women’s Ashes series?

The Women’s Ashes series between Australia and England in Australia will span from January 12-30 in 2025.

Over the 18 days, the two nations will play a day/night Test, three ODIs and three T20s.

Women’s Ashes 2025 schedule – Australia vs. England

ODI

Date Match Venue
Jan 12 Australia vs. England North Sydney Oval, Sydney
Jan 14 Australia vs. England Citipower Centre. Melbourne
Jan 17 Australia vs. England Bellerive Oval, Hobart

T20

Date Match Venue
Jan 20 Australia vs. England SCG, Sydney
Jan 23 Australia vs. England Manuka Oval, Canberra
Jan 25 Australia vs. England Adelaide Oval, Adelaide

Test (day/night)

Date Match Venue
Jan 30-Feb 2 Australia vs. England MCG, Melbourne

What they said about the Women’s Ashes series

Cricket Australia head of cricket operations and scheduling Peter Roach:

“What we’re looking to do is to really keep pushing to get our women (playing) on the major venues where possible,” Roach said.  

“This is an opportunity against England just to keep that momentum going and challenge ourselves to grow crowds above what the expectations are around the community.  

“We know we’re going to get great support from the MCC and the Victorian Government around this match and we will expect fans to be really supportive of coming along to that game … and it will hopefully be a fitting conclusion to a tight series.”