It was an epic winter in the UK for the Australians but they will be back again in July 2020 as they are set to face England in a three-match T20 and a three-match ODI series. Australia will return to England and face off against the current T20 World Cup winners in a three-match ODI series that will be played between 11th and 16th July 2020.
The first ODI will be played on the 11th of July at Lords in London, the second will be on the 14th of July at Rose Bowl, in Southampton, and the third will be on the 16th of July at County Ground, in Bristol. This series will allow Aaron Finch’s one-day side the opportunity to dominate the English side as they had lost to England in the semi-final of the World Cup. Australia’s tour of England will see a total of 6 matches played over a duration of only 13 days.
The three-match ODI series will be played in the southern half of the country. The extra limited-overs match will be welcomed by the Aussies as they gear up to host the next T20 World Cup in October and November 2020. The T20 format remains the major global prize that the Aussies have never won. England will start their home games this year with three World Test Championship matches against West Indies.
The third game of this test series is scheduled just days before they will face the Aussies in their first T20 match. After the commencement of this series, Australia will be facing off against Pakistan in a three-match test series which will be the World Test Championship matches while England will face off against Ireland next in a three-match ODI series. Out of the 174 ODI matches played between them, Australia has won 81 while England won 61 matches. Two of the matches were drawn.