Cricket

2018 sees England tour Australia and New Zealand in the spring before they take on Pakistan, the Aussies (again) and India back on home soil during a busy summer. Here is where you will find all my blog posts about these exciting matches. For past posts, visit my archives.

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Pakistan won the ICC Champions Trophy last year. (Image Credit: REUTERS via. http://www.hindustantimes.com/icc-champions-trophy-2017/india-vs-pakistan-icc-champions-trophy-2017-final-live-cricket-score/story-WIAenvOi3M7RtWv6EBrgVJ.html)

2018 SCHEDULE 

14th January: Australia vs. England – 1st ODI – Melbourne (ENGLAND WIN BY FIVE WICKETS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

19th January: Australia vs. England – 2nd ODI – Brisbane (ENGLAND WIN BY FOUR WICKETS AND LEAD SERIES 2-0)

21st January: Australia vs. England – 3rd ODI – Sydney (ENGLAND WIN BY SIX RUNS AND LEAD SERIES 3-0)

26th January: Australia vs. England- 4th ODI – Adelaide (AUSTRALIA WIN BY THREE WICKETS. ENGLAND LEAD SERIES 3-1)

28th January: Australia vs. England – 5th ODI – Perth (ENGLAND WIN BY 12 RUNS AND WIN SERIES 4-1)

7th February: Australia vs. England – T20 Tri-Series – Hobart (AUSTRALIA WIN BY FIVE WICKETS)

10th February: Australia vs. England – T20 Tri-Series – Melbourne (AUSTRALIA WIN BY SEVEN WICKETS) 

13th February: New Zealand vs. England – T20 Tri-Series – Wellington (NEW ZEALAND WIN BY 12 RUNS)

18th February: New Zealand vs. England – T20 Tri-Series – Hamilton (ENGLAND WIN BY TWO RUNS)

25th February: New Zealand vs. England – 1st ODI – Hamilton (NEW ZEALAND WIN BY THREE WICKETS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

28th February: New Zealand vs. England – 2nd ODI – Tauranga (ENGLAND WIN BY SIX WICKETS. SERIES LEVEL 1-1)

3rd March: New Zealand vs. England – 3rd ODI – Wellington (ENGLAND WIN BY FOUR RUNS AND LEAD SERIES 2-1)

6th March: New Zealand vs. England – 4th ODI – Dunedin (NEW ZEALAND WIN BY FIVE WICKETS. SERIES LEVEL 2-2)

9th March: New Zealand vs. England – 5th ODI – Christchurch (ENGLAND WIN BY SEVEN WICKETS AND WIN SERIES 3-2)

22nd March: New Zealand vs. England – 1st Test –  Aukland (NEW ZEALAND WIN BY AN INNINGS AND 49 RUNS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

29th March: New Zealand vs. England – 2nd Test – Christchurch (TEST DRAWN. NEW ZEALAND WIN SERIES 1-0)

24th May: England vs. Pakistan – 1st Test – Lord’s (PAKISTAN WIN BY NINE WICKETS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

1st June: England vs. Pakistan – 2nd Test – Headingly (ENGLAND WIN BY AN INNINGS AND 55 RUNS. SERIES DRAWN 1-1)

10th June: Scotland vs. England – ODI – Edinburgh (SCOTLAND WIN BY SIX RUNS)

13th June: England vs. Australia –  1st ODI – The Oval (ENGLAND WIN BY THREE WICKETS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

16th June: England vs. Australia – 2nd ODI – Cardiff (ENGLAND WIN BY 38 RUNS AND LEAD SERIES 2-0)

19th June: England vs. Australia – 3rd ODI – Trent Bridge (ENGLAND WIN BY 242 RUNS AND LEAD SERIES 3-0)

21st June: England vs. Australia – 4th ODI – Emirates Riverside (ENGLAND WIN BY SIX WICKET AND LEAD SERIES 4-0)

24th June: England vs. Australia – 5th ODI – Old Trafford (ENGLAND WIN BY ONE WICKET AND WIN SERIES 5-0)

27th June: England vs. Australia – T20i – Edgbaston (ENGLAND WIN BY 28 RUNS)

3rd July: England vs. India – 1st T20i – Old Trafford (INDIA WIN BY EIGHT WICKETS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

6th July: England vs. India – 2nd T20i – Cardiff (ENGLAND WIN BY FIVE WICKETS. SERIES LEVEL 1-1)

8th July: England vs. India – 3rd T20i – Bristol (INDIA WIN BY SEVEN WICKETS AND WIN SERIES 2-1)

12th July: England vs. India – 1st ODI – Trent Bridge (INDIA WIN BY EIGHT WICKETS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

14th July: England vs. India – 2nd ODI – Lord’s (ENGLAND WIN BY 86 RUNS. SERIES LEVEL 1-1)

17th July: England vs. India – 3rd ODI – Headingly (ENGLAND WIN BY EIGHT WICKETS AND WIN SERIES 2-1)

1st August: England vs. India – 1st Test – Edgbaston (ENGLAND WIN BY 31 RUNS AND LEAD SERIES 1-0)

9th August: England vs. India – 2nd Test – Lord’s (ENGLAND WIN BY AN INNINGS AND 159 RUNS AND LEAD SERIES 2-0)

18th August: England vs. India – 3rd Test – Trent Bridge (INDIA WIN BY 203 RUNS. ENGLAND LEAD SERIES 2-1 ).

30th August: England vs. India – 4th Test – The Ageas Bowl

7th September: England vs. India – 5th Test – The Oval

10th October: Sri Lanka v England – 1st ODI – Rangiri Dambulu

13th October: Sri Lanka v England – 2nd ODI – Rangiri Dambulu

17th October: Sri Lanka v England – 3rd ODI – Pallekele

20th October: Sri Lanka v England – 4th ODI – Pallekele

23rd October: Sri Lanka v England – 5th ODI – R. Premadasa

27th October: Sri Lanka v England – T20 – R. Premadasa

6th November: Sri Lanka v England – 1st Test – Galle

14th November: Sri Lanka v England – 2nd Test – Pallekelle

23rd November: Sri Lanka v England – 3rd Test – Colombo

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