Updated: 22/07/2013 16:30 | By MSN Sport

The Ashes 2013: fixtures and results



Alistair Cook and Michael Clarke's teams will fight it out once again for the treasured urn (© PA Wire)

Alistair Cook and Michael Clarke's teams will fight it out once again for the treasured urn

This year's five-Test series between England and tourists Australia is followed by a series of Twenty20 and one-day internationals.

The Test dates are:

Wed 10-14 July - 1st Investec Ashes Test: England win by 14 runs

Thu 18-22 July - 2nd Investec Ashes Test: England win by 347 runs

Thu 1-5 Aug - 3rd Investec Ashes Test, at Old Trafford (11am)

Fri 9-13 Aug - 4th Investec Ashes Test at Chester-le-Street (11am)

Wed 21-25 Aug - 5th Investec Ashes Test at The Oval (11am)

The teams will then play two Twenty20 internationals:

Thu 29 Aug - 1st Twenty20 international at Southampton (D/N) (6:30pm)

Sat 31 Aug - 2nd Twenty20 international at Chester-le-Street, County Durham (2.30pm)

The series will then finish off with five one-day internationals:

Fri 6 Sept - 1st ODI, Headingley (10.15am)

Sun 8 Sept - 2nd ODI, Old Trafford (10.15am)

Wed 11 Sept - 3rd ODI, Edgbaston (D/N) (2pm)

Sat 14 Sept - 4th ODI, Cardiff (10.15am)

Mon 16 Sept - 5th ODI, Southampton (D/N) (2pm)

The 2013 Ashes (© PA)

The 2013 Ashes

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