When did the Australian cricket team tour England?
The Australian cricket team toured England and Ireland in June and July 2012. Australia played a One Day International (ODI) against Ireland on 23 June, and a five-match ODI series against England from 29 June to 10 July. They also played two List A tour matches against English county sides Leicestershire Foxes and Essex Eagles.
Why was Michael Hussey replaced in the Australian cricket team?
The tour was put in jeopardy at the start of June 2012, when industrial action was threatened by the Australian Cricketers’ Association because of a dispute over the inclusion of performance-related pay in the contract between the players and Cricket Australia. † Peter Forrest replaced the withdrawn Michael Hussey .
Who was in Sri Lanka cricket team in 2012?
On 20 November 2012, Sri Lanka announced a 16-man Test squad. Australia announced a 12-man squad for the first Test in Hobart on 6 December 2012. Phillip Hughes was selected to replace Ricky Ponting, who retired after the preceding South African series.
Australian cricket team in England and Ireland in 2015. The Australia national cricket team toured England from June to September 2015 for a five-match Test series, five One Day International (ODI) matches and one Twenty20 International (T20I). The Test series was for the Ashes.
Who was the captain of the Australian cricket team in 2015?
Australia fast-bowler Ryan Harris announced his retirement from cricket days before the start of the series, due to an ongoing knee injury. He was subsequently replaced by New South Wales fast bowler Pat Cummins. On 12 August 2015, Australia announced a 14-man squad for the ODI series, with Steve Smith captaining the team.
Who is in the Australian T20 cricket team?
Marcus Stoinis (Aus) and Reece Topley (Eng) made their T20I debuts. Australia won the toss and elected to bat. England won the toss and elected to field. A wet outfield delayed the start of the match and the game was reduced to 49 overs per side. Ben Stokes (Eng) became the sixth person to be given out obstructing the field in an ODI match.