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Ashes Australia vs England Head to Head

The Ashes, is perhaps the most fiercely contested cricket series in the world. One might account it to the history that the tournament brings along with itself. Contested by England and Australia, the prize is the small terracotta urn which houses the ashes of a wooden cricket ball. Ashes, is not just any other bilateral series, it is the symbol of the long existing cricketing rivalry between England and Australia.


Given below is the England vs Australia Head to Head in Ashes statistics till the 70th Ashes series which took place in 2017-2018.


England vs Australia Head to Head in Ashes Results :


YearsHostTestsAustraliaEnglandDrawnWinnerHolder
2019-20England5221DrawnAustralia
2017–18Australia5401AustraliaAustralia
2015England5230EnglandEngland
2013–14Australia5500AustraliaAustralia
2013England5032EnglandEngland
2010–11Australia5131EnglandEngland
2009England5122EnglandEngland
2006–07Australia5500AustraliaAustralia
2005England5122EnglandEngland
2002–03Australia5410AustraliaAustralia
2001England5410AustraliaAustralia
1998–99Australia5311AustraliaAustralia
1997England6321AustraliaAustralia
1994–95Australia5311AustraliaAustralia
1993England6411AustraliaAustralia
1990–91Australia5302AustraliaAustralia
1989England6402AustraliaAustralia
1986–87Australia5122EnglandEngland
1985England6132EnglandEngland
1982–83Australia5212AustraliaAustralia
1981England6132EnglandEngland
1978–79Australia6150EnglandEngland
1977England5032EnglandEngland
1975England4103AustraliaAustralia
1974–75Australia6411AustraliaAustralia
1972England5221DrawnEngland
1970–71Australia6 (7)024EnglandEngland
1968England5113DrawnAustralia
1965–66Australia5113DrawnAustralia
1964England5104AustraliaAustralia
1962–63Australia5113DrawnAustralia
1961England5212AustraliaAustralia
1958–59Australia5401AustraliaAustralia
1956England5122EnglandEngland
1954–55Australia5131EnglandEngland
1953England5014EnglandEngland
1950–51Australia5410AustraliaAustralia
1948England5401AustraliaAustralia
1946–47Australia5302AustraliaAustralia
1938England4 (5)112DrawnAustralia
1936–37Australia5320AustraliaAustralia
1934England5212AustraliaAustralia
1932–33Australia5140EnglandEngland
1930England5212AustraliaAustralia
1928–29Australia5140EnglandEngland
1926England5014EnglandEngland
1924–25Australia5410AustraliaAustralia
1921England5302AustraliaAustralia
1920–21Australia5500AustraliaAustralia
1912England3012EnglandEngland
1911–12Australia5140EnglandEngland
1909England5212AustraliaAustralia
1907–08Australia5410AustraliaAustralia
1905England5023EnglandEngland
1903–04Australia5230EnglandEngland
1902England5212AustraliaAustralia
1901–02Australia5410AustraliaAustralia
1899England5104AustraliaAustralia
1897–98Australia5410AustraliaAustralia
1896England3120EnglandEngland
1894–95Australia5230EnglandEngland
1893England3012EnglandEngland
1891–92Australia3210AustraliaAustralia
1890England2 (3)020EnglandEngland
1888England3120EnglandEngland
1887-88Australia1010EnglandEngland
1886-87Australia2020EnglandEngland
1886England3030EnglandEngland
1884–85Australia5230EnglandEngland
1884England3012EnglandEngland
1882–83Australia3120EnglandEngland


The first Ashes was played in the year 1882-83 in Australia which was subsequently won by England Ashes Team. Ever since then, the Ashes have taken place for a total of 70 times. Out of these 70 occasions when Australia and England have battled to establish their supremacy over the other, the tournament has been hosted by the two nations for an equal number of times: Australia-35 and England-35.


If we look into the Australia vs England head to head in Ashes statistics, to find out which team came out on the top, it is indeterminable as we see a certain uniformity in this case as well. While England has won 32 times, Australia has emerged victorious 33 times with the remaining five of the Ashes accounting for draws. However as we know in case of a series draw, the current holder of the Ashes title retains it subsequently, Australia Ashes Team beats England 37-33 in terms of no. of occasions they have been able to hold the title.



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