What was the result of the 2015 Ashes series?

What was the result of the 2015 Ashes series?

England won the series 3–2, regaining the Ashes after taking an unassailable lead with victory in the fourth Test. Starting with this series, the four-year cycle of Ashes series in England is being brought forward by two years.

Where are the ashes being played in England?

The venues were Sophia Gardens ( Cardiff ), Lord’s ( London ), Edgbaston ( Birmingham ), Trent Bridge ( Nottingham ), and The Oval (London). Australia were the defending holders of the Ashes going into the series, having won in 2013–14.

When was the last Ashes series in Australia?

Similarly, series in Australia were brought forward one year beginning with the 2013–14 series. This rescheduling was to avoid a clash with the 2015 World Cup, which was hosted by Australia and New Zealand, and future World Cup preparations. England last hosted the Ashes in 2013.

Who was the wicket keeper for Australia in the 2015 Ashes?

Australia won the toss and elected to bat. Peter Nevill (Aus) made his Test debut, and took seven dismissals (all catches), which is a record for a wicket-keeper on Ashes debut. Australia won the toss and opted to bat first.

When did Australia announce their team for the ashes?

On 31 March 2015, Australia announced a 17-man touring party for the Ashes series. England announced their squad for the first Test on 1 July. Australia fast-bowler Ryan Harris announced his retirement from cricket days before the start of the series, due to an ongoing knee injury.

How did England cricket team do in 2015 Ashes?

Australia won the toss and chose to bat first with an unchanged team. Australia were 72/3 at lunch before England fast bowlers took quick wickets in the second session to bowl Australia out for 136. James Anderson claimed six wickets]

What was the score in the last day of the ashes?

Stokes completed his half-century before he was bowled by Starc for 52, and Jos Buttler was also out for 27 after a seventh-wicket stand of exactly 50 with Moeen Ali, but England managed to see out the day on 343/7.