A huge Summer of International Cricket for England – Guide to Summer 2019

The Summer of 2019 is perhaps the biggest ever for the England cricket team, and it’s all taking place on their own shores. Starting with a One Day International in Ireland and a T20I/ODI series with Pakistan, they then take on the best in the world in their role of favourites at the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. This followed by a historic 4 day Test match with Ireland at Lord’s before finishing the summer off with an Ashes series against Australia.

Click on each of the below links for a guide to the matches, including venue, ticketing, accommodation and travel information.

ODI v Ireland & T20/One Day International Series v Pakistan

England kick off their summer in Ireland, taking the Irish on in a one off One Day International at the Malahide Cricket Club. 2 days later they’re back on home soil for a single T20 International against Pakistan at Sophia Gardens, before then playing them in 5 match series across The Oval, The Ageas Bowl, the Bristol County Ground, Trent Bridge and Headingley.

ODI – 3rd May (10:45) – Ireland v England – The Village, Malahide (Ireland) – England won by 4 wickets

England won the 1 match series 1-0

T20 International – 5th May (14:30) – England v Pakistan – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff – England won by 7 wickets

England won the 1 match series 1-0

1st ODI – 8th May (11:00) – England v Pakistan – The Oval, London – No result

2nd ODI – 11th May (11:00) – England v Pakistan – The Ageas Bowl, Southampton – England won by 12 runs

3rd ODI – 14th May (13:00) – England v Pakistan – Bristol County Ground, Bristol – England won by 6 wickets

4th ODI – 17th May (13:00) – England v Pakistan – Trent Bridge, Nottingham – England won by 3 wickets

5th ODI – 19th May (11:00) – England v Pakistan – Headingley, Leeds – England won by 54 runs

England won the 5 match series 4-0

ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 & Warm-up Matches

As the current number 1 ranked One Day International team in world cricket, England go into the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 as favourites. Playing two warm-up fixtures against Australia at the Rose Bowl and Afghanistan at The Oval, England then play each of the 9 other competing teams in a Group Stage, before hoping to make it to a Semi-Final and then ultimately the Final at Lord’s.

24th – 28th May – ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 Warm-up Matches – England & Wales

30th May – 14th July – ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 – England & Wales

Four day Test Match v Ireland

Following the World Cup, England start their Test season off by playing a historic 4 day Test Match against Ireland at Lord’s, in what will be the first ever test match between the 2 sides.

24th-27th July – England v Ireland – Lord’s, London

2019 Ashes Test Match Series v Australia

One of the biggest rivalries in world sport once again takes place in England, with England hoping to improve upon the performance of the 2017/18 series in which they lost 4-0.

1st Test – 1st-5th August – England v Australia – Edgbaston, Birmingham

2nd Test – 14th-18th August – England v Australia – Lord’s, London

3rd Test – 22nd-26th August – England v Australia – Headingley, Leeds

4th Test – 4th-8th September – England v Australia – Old Trafford, Manchester

5th Test – 12th-16th September – England v Australia – The Oval, London

Last Updated on December 31, 2020 by Sports Tourist

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