Has England or Australia won more ashes?

Has England or Australia won more ashes?

Australia are the current holders of the Ashes. They won the last series 4-0, back in 2017. Overall, Australia have won 33 series and England has won 32, and five series have been drawn.

Who won the Ashes in 2014?


2013–14 Ashes series
Date 21 November 2013 – 7 January 2014
Location Australia
Result Australia won the five-Test series 5–0
Player of the series Mitchell Johnson (Aus) Compton–Miller Medal: Mitchell Johnson (Aus)

When did Australia win the ashes in England?

The Ashes returned to England after 19 years. The Australian cricket team toured England in the 1953 season to play a five-match Test series against England for The Ashes . England won the final Test to take the series 1–0 after the first four Tests were all drawn.

Why was the 2013 Ashes series held in England?

The schedule for series in England was brought forward by two years, beginning in 2015. This rescheduling was to avoid clashes between Ashes series in Australia and the Cricket World Cup, both previously held very close together in their four-year cycles. On 23 September 2013, England announced a 17-man touring party for the Ashes series.

What was the score in the first Ashes Test?

Australia fielded an unchanged line-up from the first Test, while England brought in Stokes (on debut) and Panesar for Trott and Tremlett. Australia once again won the toss and batted first. They started well, reaching 1/155, but England removed Watson (51) and Rogers (72) in quick succession.

Who was Player of the match in 2013 Ashes series?

In doing so, Australia recorded only the third 5–0 Ashes whitewash in history. With 37 wickets and three man of the match awards, Mitchell Johnson was player of the series. Beginning with this series, the four-year cycle of Ashes series in Australia was brought forward one year.