Australia will take to Adelaide Oval against the old foe in the form of the only day-night men’s Ashes Test match starting Thursday, 16 December, and two women’s internationals against England.

The first women’s match is a Twenty20 International between the fierce rivals on Thursday, 10 February, followed by the fist ODI on Sunday, 13 February, in a triumphant return of women’s cricket to South Australia.

It is expected that Adelaide Oval will be at 100 per cent capacity for the contests.

SACA Chief Executive Keith Bradshaw said:

“This fixture is a huge win for Members and fans alike, as we welcome the England men’s team to Adelaide Oval for the 70th time in our history.

“This is especially significant and timely as we are about to enter SACA’s 150th year, and hopefully the celebrations are capped with two winning series.

“We are also delighted with the return of women’s cricket to Adelaide Oval as the momentum proves to be unstoppable, and we can’t wait to watch Megan Schutt, and hopefully Tahlia McGrath and Darcie Brown in action.

The international summer ends with a men’s T20I against Sri Lanka on the night of Friday, 18 February, and, paired with the future release of W/BBL fixtures, will cap an epic summer for cricket lovers in South Australia.

Further details on ticket access will be communicated in due course, and in conjunction with Adelaide Oval’s COVID Management Plan.

The matches and travel remain subject to any relevant government restrictions or requirements.

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2021-22 International Fixture

Vodafone Men's Test v Afghanistan
27 November - 1 December: Blundstone Arena

Men’s Vodafone Ashes Series

8 December - 12 December: The Gabba

16  December - 20 December: Adelaide Oval (Day-night)

26 December – 30 December: MCG

5 January – 9 January: SCG

14 January – 18 January: Perth Stadium

Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes – Test

27 January – 30 January: Manuka Oval

Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes – T20I

4 February: 1st T20I – North Sydney Oval (Night)

6 February: 2nd T20I – North Sydney Oval (Night)

10 February: 3rd T20I – Adelaide Oval (Night)

Commonwealth Bank Women’s Ashes – ODI

13 February: 1st ODI – Adelaide Oval

16 February: 2nd ODI – Junction Oval

19 February: 3rd ODI – Junction Oval

Dettol Men’s ODI Series v New Zealand

30 January: Perth (Twilight)

2 February: Blundstone Arena (Day-night)

5 February: SCG (Day-night)

Dettol Men’s T20I Series v New Zealand

8 February: Manuka Oval

Dettol Men’s T20I Series v Sri Lanka

11 February: SCG (Night)

13 February: The Gabba (Night)

15 February: Metricon Stadium (Night)

18 February: Adelaide Oval (Night)

20 February: MCG (Twilight)