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England Women announce 2019 home fixtures

by Wisden Staff 3 minute read

The schedule for England Women’s 2019 home summer has been revealed.

England will take on West Indies in a three-match ODI series, which will comprise part of the ICC Women’s Championship, before contesting a three-match T20I series.

England and West Indies are currently separated by a single point in the ICC Women’s Championship table, from which the top four qualify directly for the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup. England are presently third, and West Indies fourth, both sides having played nine games.

West Indies beat England during the World T20.

England and Australia will then contest the Ashes, playing three ODIs, followed by a four-day Test match, with three T20Is rounding off the tour. The destination of the urn will be decided on a multi-format points system, with two points available for each limited-overs game, and the Test accounting for four points.

Australia are the current Ashes holders, having drawn the series against England at home in 2017 to retain the trophy.

Sky Sports have confirmed that they will be broadcasting every home England Women’s game live next year.

West Indies fixtures

6 June – 1st ODI, England v West Indies (Grace Road, Leicester)
9 June – 2nd ODI, England v West Indies (New Road, Worcester)
13 June – 3rd ODI, England v West Indies (CloudFM County Ground, Chelmsford)

18 June – 1st T20I, England v West Indies (County Ground, Northampton)
21 June – 2nd T20I, England v West Indies (County Ground, Northampton)
25 June – 3rd T20I, England v West Indies (County Ground, Derby)

Australia fixtures

2 July – 1st ODI, England v Australia (Grace Road, Leicester)
4 July – 2nd ODI, England v Australia (Grace Road, Leicester)
7 July – 3rd ODI, England v Australia (St Lawrence Ground, Canterbury)

18-21 July – Only Test, England v Australia (County Ground, Taunton)

26 July – 1st T20I, England v Australia (CloudFM County Ground, Chelmsford)
28 July – 2nd T20I, England v Australia (1st Central County Ground, Hove)
31 July – 3rd T20I, England v Australia (County Ground, Bristol)

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