08/11/2013 15:45 | By MSN Sport

The Ashes in Australia 2013-14: fixtures and results



James Anderson and Alastair Cook will look to emulate the success of the 2010-11 tour of Australia. (© Gareth Copley-PA Wire)

James Anderson and Alastair Cook will look to emulate the success of the 2010-11 tour of Australia

The touring England squad take on Australia in five Tests at the end of 2013 before a series of one-day and Twenty20 internationals in early 2014.

The Test dates are:

Thu 21-25 Nov - 1st Ashes Test at Brisbane - Australia won by 381 runs

Thu 5-9 Dec - 2nd Ashes Test at Adelaide (Midnight GMT | 10:30am local)

Fri 13-17 Dec - 3rd Ashes Test at Perth (2:30am GMT | 10:30am local)

Thu 26-30 Dec - 4th Ashes Test at Melbourne, (11:30pm GMT (previous day) | 10:30am local)

Fri 3-7 Jan - 5th Ashes Test at Sydney (11:30pm GMT (previous day) | 10:30am local)

The teams will then play five one-day internationals:

Sun 12 Jan - 1st ODI at Melbourne (3:20am GMT | 2:20pm local)

Fri 17 Jan - 2nd ODI at Brisbane (3:20am GMT | 1:20pm local)  

Sun 19 Jan - 3rd ODI at Sydney (3:20am GMT | 2:20pm local)     

Fri 24 Jan - 4th ODI at Perth (3:20am GMT | 11:20am local)

Sun 26 Jan - 5th ODI at Adelaide (3:20am GMT | 1:50pm local)

The series will then finish off with three Twenty20 internationals:

Wed 29 Jan - 1st Twenty20 international at Hobart (8:35am GMT | 7:35pm local)

Fri 31 Jan - 2nd Twenty20 international at Melbourne (8:35am GMT | 7:35pm local)      

Sun 2 Feb - 3rd Twenty20 international at Sydney (8:35am GMT | 7:35pm local)      


See the fixtures and results from Australia's tour of England from July-Sept 2013

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