England Cricket Fixtures 2023: Full Match and Tour Schedule

If you're looking for England cricket fixtures from June 2023 to March 2024, you're in the right place.

The England team, captained by Ben Stokes, is currently participating in the ongoing Ashes.

This high-voltage series between the two arch-rivals is taking place from June 16 to July 31 at five different venues in Birmingham, London, Leeds, and Manchester. Three Test matches have already been played, while the fourth and fifth Tests of the series at Old Trafford and Kennington Oval are yet to commence.

Following the Ashes, England will host New Zealand for a comprehensive limited-overs series. The T20I series is scheduled from August 30 to September 5, with matches hosted in Chester-Le-Street, Manchester, Birmingham, and Nottingham. The ODI series will run from September 8 to September 15, with matches at Sophia Gardens, The Rose Bowl, Kennington Oval, and the iconic Lord’s Cricket Ground.

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After the series against the Black Caps, England will host Ireland for three ODIs. The matches will occur on September 20, 23, and 26 at Headingley, Trent Bridge, and County Ground in Bristol.

Upon the conclusion of their bilateral commitments, England will head to India for the World Cup, which will be played from October 5 to November 19. England, the defending champions, defeated New Zealand in the final four years ago at Lord’s Cricket Ground. As they prepare to take the field under Jos Buttler, much will be expected of them.

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England cricket fixtures: 2023 Men’s World Cup schedule

England’s first match is against the Kiwis at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad on October 10. Thereafter, England is scheduled to play against Bangladesh on October 14 at the HPCA Stadium in Dharamsala. England will be mindful of the fact that the Tigers beat them in 2011 and 2015.

Four days later, on October 18, England will face Afghanistan at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in New Zealand, followed by a match against South Africa at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai on October 21. On October 26, Buttler’s men are scheduled to play against Sri Lanka at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore. On October 29, England will face hosts India at the Ekana Stadium in Lucknow, a match expected to draw significant attention.

England will face arch-rivals Australia on November 4 in Ahmedabad, followed by a match against the Netherlands on November 8 at the Maharashtra Cricket Association (MCA) Stadium in Pune. England’s final league game is against Babar Azam’s Pakistan on November 12 at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata.

If England finishes among the top four teams, they will also participate in the semi-final. If they win the semis, they will compete in the final on November 19.

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England cricket fixtures post-World Cup

After the World Cup in India, England is scheduled to tour the West Indies for a comprehensive limited-overs series from December 3 to 21. The Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in North Sound, Antigua, will host the first two ODIs on December 3 and 6, followed by the next ODI at Kensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados. The same venue in Barbados will also host the opening T20I on December 12.

The National Cricket Stadium in St George's, Grenada, will host the second and third T20Is of the series on December 14 and 16, respectively. The final two T20Is will occur on December 19 and 21 at the Brian Lara Stadium in Tarouba, Trinidad.

England has had much success in the T20I format and is the No.2 ranked team, just below India. In ODIs, the Three Lions are the No.5 ranked team, below Australia, Pakistan, India, and New Zealand. In Test cricket, Ben Stokes’s men are the third-ranked team, below India and Australia.

England has a hectic schedule over the next seven months. Moreover, their cricketers will also participate in the upcoming edition of the Hundred.

Full England cricket fixtures from June 2023 to March 2024

Ashes – June 16 to July 31

June 16 to June 201st TestEdgbaston, Birmingham
June 28 to July 22nd TestLord’s, London
July 6 to July 103rd TestHeadingley, Leeds
July 19 to July 234th TestOld Trafford, Manchester
July 27 July 315th TestKennington Oval, London

New Zealand tour of England – August 30 to September 15

August 301st T20IRiverside Ground, Chester-le-Street
September 12nd T20IOld Trafford, Manchester
September 33rd T20IEdgbaston, Birmingham
September 54th T20ITrent Bridge, Nottingham
September 81st ODISophia Gardens, Cardiff
September 102nd ODIThe Rose Bowl, Southampton
September 133rd ODIKennington Oval, London
September 154th ODILord’s, London

Ireland tour of England – September 20 to 26

September 201st ODIHeadingley, Leeds
September 232nd ODITrent Bridge, Nottingham
September 263rd ODICounty Ground, Bristol

ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 – October 5 to November 19

October 5New ZealandNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
October 10BangladeshHPCA Stadium, Dharamsala
October 14AfghanistanArun Jaitley Stadium, New Delhi
October 21South AfricaWankhede Stadium, Mumbai
October 26Sri LankaM Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore
October 29IndiaEkana Stadium, Lucknow
November 4AustraliaNarendra Modi Stadium, Ahmedabad
November 8NetherlandsMCA Stadium, Pune
November 12PakistanEden Gardens, Kolkata

England tour of West Indies – December 3 to December 2022

December 31st ODISir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua
December 62nd ODISir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound, Antigua
December 93rd ODIKensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados
December 121st T20IKensington Oval, Bridgetown, Barbados
December 142nd T20INational Cricket Stadium, St George's, Grenada
December 163rd T20INational Cricket Stadium, St George's, Grenada
December 194th T20IBrian Lara Stadium, Tarouba, Trinidad
December 215th T20IBrian Lara Stadium, Tarouba, Trinidad

Rohit is an experienced cricket writer based in India