Australia

Australia

Country:Australia
Country Code:AUS
Gender:Men

Players

Josh Joshua Ryan Philippe

wicket keeper

Travis Michael Head

batsman

Benjamin Reginald McDermott

wicket keeper

Aaron Mark Hardie

all rounder

Timothy Hays David

batsman

Matthew William Short

all rounder

Matthew Scott Wade

wicket keeper

Ben Dwarshuis

bowler

Christopher James Green

bowler

Jason Paul Behrendorff

bowler

Tanveer Sangha

bowler

Statistics

ODI Series England vs. Australia 2024

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The Australian cricket team is one of the top international teams in the world, with a long history of success in both test cricket and limited-overs cricket. The team is known for its aggressive and attacking style of play, and its players are respected for their skill and competitiveness. Cricket Australia (CA) is the governing body of cricket in Australia. It was originally formed in 1905 as the Australian Board of Control for International Cricket.

Cricket Australia operates all of the Australian national representative sides: the Australian men's national cricket team, the Australian women's national cricket team, and the Australian Under-19 cricket team; and also has administrative control of domestic cricket in Australia including the first-class Australian competition known as the Sheffield Shield and the limited-overs competition known as the KFC Twenty20 Big Bash.

The Australian cricket team is one of the most successful and dominant teams in international cricket. It is a full member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) and is considered one of the "Big Three" teams in the world, along with England and India. The team has won the Cricket World Cup a record five times, the most recent being in 2015. It has also won the ICC Champions Trophy twice and the World Twenty20 once. It has a strong rivalry with England and India and has won the Ashes series (a test cricket series played between Australia and England) 34 times. Furthermore, with some of the best players in history like Don Bradman, Ricky Ponting, Shane Warne, Steve Smith, and many more, the team has been termed as the best cricketing nation that took the game to the next level.

Australia’s record in Test Format

Australia is the most successful test-playing nation as they have produced some of the greats like Steven Smith, Marnus Labuschagne, Don Bradman, Shane Warne, Ricky Ponting, and many more, Moreover, with their talent, they have won series all over the world and hence they have beaten the teams on their home soil. Furthermore, with the record that they have, Australia has dominated world cricket and hence will look to do it in the future also. Even with some of the best captains like Ricky Ponting and Steve Waugh, the team has been one to watch for.

Name of the Team

Span

Matches Played

Matches won

Matches lost

Win Percentage

Win/Loss Ratio

Australia

1877-2022

846

401

227

47.39

1.76

Australia has been an arch-rival against England with whom they play the Ashes series once every two years. Currently, Australia holds the Ashes urn and has been the most successful of the two teams who have been playing it. The Ashes series is a highly anticipated and fiercely contested cricket tournament played between Australia and England. It is considered one of the oldest and most prestigious cricket rivalries in the world, with the first Ashes series being played in 1882. The series gets its name from a mock obituary published in a British newspaper, The Sporting Times after Australia beat England on English soil for the first time in 1882. The obituary declared that "the body of English cricket" had been cremated and the ashes taken to Australia, thereby starting the tradition of the winning team being presented with a small urn containing the ashes of a cricket bail. The Ashes series is played in a format of five test matches. The rivalry between Australia and England in the Ashes series is intense and passionate. The atmosphere at the matches is electric, with fans cheering on their teams with great enthusiasm. The series is not just about cricket, but also about national pride and bragging rights. Australia has won the Ashes series 34 times, while England has won 32 times. The Ashes series is an integral part of cricketing history and tradition. It is a true test of skill, determination, and sportsmanship, and is eagerly anticipated by fans and players alike. It is a testament to the enduring legacy of cricket and the deep-seated rivalry between Australia and England. With the heroes like Steven Smith, Ricky Ponting, and many more in the Australian camp, the team has done well. Currently, the team is captained by Pat Cummins along with Steven Smith as his deputy.

Highest Run Scorers for Australia in the Test format

Name of the Player

Matches Played

Innings Played

Runs Scored

Average

Best

50s

100s

R Ponting

168

287

13378

51.85

287

62

41

A Border

156

265

11774

50.56

205

63

27

S Waugh

168

260

10927

51.06

200

50

32

M Clarke

115

198

8643

49.10

329*

27

28

M Hayden

103

184

8625

50.73

380

29

30

Highest Wicket Takers for Australia in the Test format

Name of the Player

Matches Played

Innings Played

Wickets Taken

Average

Strike Rate

Best

5-wickets

S Warne

145

273

708

25.41

57.4

8/71

37

G McGrath

124

243

563

21.64

51.9

8/24

29

N Lyon

111

209

446

31,91

64.9

8/50

21

D Lillie

70

132

355

23.92

52.00

7/83

23

M Johnson

73

140

313

28.40

51.1

8/61

12

Australia’s record in ODI Format

Another format where Australia has been on the top is the ODI format as Australia has won five ODI World Cups and has been a dominating team in this format. Apart from it, they also have two Champions trophies which makes them a team that is above all. With some of the finest white ball players like Ricky Ponting, David Warner, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, and many more. In recent years, the Australian ODI team has faced criticism for its inconsistent performance and lack of young talent coming through the ranks. However, it remains a formidable team and a strong contender in international ODI cricket.

Name of the Team

Span

Matches Played

Matches won

Matches lost

Matches Tied

Win Percentage

Australia

1971-2022

975

592

340

9

63.39

Overall, the Australian cricket team has a strong record in ODI World Cups and is considered one of the top teams in the world. Moreover, the team won five world cups in 1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, and 2015, and hence they have been dominating world cricket with everyone at their peak. Furthermore, the ODI record of the Australian Cricket team has been way too good and hence they have won many series with the other teams as well. Recently, the team won many matches and hence got them back on track. The Australian Cricket Team is the cricket team that represents Australia in international matches. It is one of the most successful cricket teams in all formats of the game and has won many awards and world recognition. Australian cricketers are among the highest-paid sportsmen in the world. Currently, Pat Cummins is the captain of the team.

Highest Run Scorers for Australia in the ODI format

Name of the Player

Matches Played

Innings Played

Runs Scored

Average

Strike Rate

Best

50s

100s

R Ponting

374

364

13589

41.81

80.19

164

82

29

A Gilchrist

286

278

9595

35.93

96.89

172

55

16

M Waugh

244

236

8500

39.35

76.90

173

50

18

M Clarke

245

223

7981

44.58

78.98

130

58

8

S Waugh

325

288

7569

32.90

75.91

120*

45

2

Highest Wicket Takers for Australia in the ODI format

Name of the Player

Matches Played

Innings Played

Wickets Taken

Average

Strike Rate

Best

5-wickets

G McGrath

249

247

380

21.98

34.0

7/15

7

B Lee

221

217

380

23.26

29.4

5/22

9

S Warne

193

190

291

25.82

36.4

5/33

1

M Johnson

153

150

239

25.26

31.3

6/31

3

M Starc

107

107

211

22.13

26.1

6/28

8

Australia’s record in the T20 Format

The only format where the Australian Cricket Team has struggled is the T20 format as the team hasn’t been at its best. However, they managed to win the T20 World Cup in 2021 and hence got the biggest prize available in the format. Moreover, with the players like David Warner, Glenn Maxwell, Aaron Finch, and many more, the team will be looking to do much better in the upcoming matches in this format. Apart from it, Australian Cricket also has a T20 league named the Big Bash League which features the top T20 players from all over the world.

Name of the Team

Span

Matches Played

Matches won

Matches lost

Matches Tied

Win Percentage

Australia

2005-2022

174

91

76

1

54.41

Even though the golden era of Australian cricket is already a thing of the past, they are yet to struggle in most formats of the game. For example, they can be ranked among the top 3 teams in both Tests and ODIs. For several years now, under the captaincy of Aaron Finch, the Australian Cricket Team has enjoyed a tremendous run in all three formats of the game. It goes without saying that they have won a lot of silverware and set many records along the way. The team has been performing at the top level for quite a time now and hence one can expect them to continue doing so for some time to come as well. The Australian Cricket Team is brimming with talent and there is no doubt that it will be at the fore when it comes to providing exciting moments for fans around the world. Now, with Aaron Finch on the verge of retirement from this format, the Australian Cricket Team will be looking for the options ahead of them.

Highest Run Scorers for Australia in the T20 format

Name of the Player

Matches Played

Innings Played

Runs Scored

Average

Strike Rate

Best

50s

100s

Aaron Finch

103

103

3120

34.28

142.53

172

19

2

David Warner

99

99

2894

32.88

141.30

100*

24

1

Glenn Maxwell

98

90

2159

28.40

150.97

145*

10

3

Shane Watson

58

56

1462

29.24

145.32

124*

10

1

Mitchell Marsh

46

44

1086

29.35

127.01

77*

6

0

Highest Wicket Takers for Australia in the T20 format



Name of the Player

Matches Played

Innings Played

Wickets Taken

Average

Economy

Strike Rate

Fifers

Maidens

Adam Zampa

72

71

82

21.71

6.93

18.7

1

1

Mitchell Starc

58

58

73

22.91

7.63

18.0

0

2

Josh Hazlewood

41

41

58

20.36

7.67

15.8

0

4

Pat Cummins

50

50

55

24.54

7.37

19.9

0

3

Ashton Agar

47

47

48

22.35

6.47

20.7

2

1

Records of Australian Cricket Team

The Australian cricket team is the national cricket team of Australia and is one of the most successful cricket teams in the world. The team is currently captained by Pat Cummins and Aaron Finch along with the Coach Andrew McDonald. The team has won five Cricket World Cups, the most of any nation and hence they have been dominating the cricketing world. The Australian team has also made strong showings in the Ashes, one of the longest-running rivalries in international cricket. The team plays its home matches at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, the Sydney Cricket Ground, and other venues around Australia. Furthermore, the team has been the owner of several records like their player Don Bradman has been the player with highest test average. Moreover, they are the only team with several World Cup wins. Now, they will be eyeing the World Test Championship which is the only title left for them to win. Besides this, they have a history of having some of the best players. The first one was Don Bradman, then Steve Waugh, then Ricky Ponting and after him, it's Steve Smith. And now for the future, the cricketing experts have stated that Marnus Labuschagne could be the next superstar from the Australian camp.

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