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Who won the Ashes in 2018?

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The series was played at five venues across Australia between 23 November 2017 and 8 January 2018. England were the defending holders of the Ashes going into the series, having won in 2015. Australia won the series 4–0, regaining The Ashes after taking an unassailable lead with an innings victory in the third Test.

Thereof, Who is the winner of Ashes 2019? Ashes Winners List

Series Years Result
71 2019/20 Drawn
70 2017/18 Australia
69 2015 England
68 2013/14 Australia

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Who won Ashes 2014? Australia won the series 5–0 and regained the Ashes for the first time since 2006–07.

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)

Then Who won most Border Gavaskar Trophy? In competition for the trophy since 1996, Indian Sachin Tendulkar has been the most successful batsman with 3262 runs from 65 innings.

Border–Gavaskar Trophy.

The Border–Gavaskar Trophy
Countries India Australia
Current trophy holder India (10th title)
Most successful India (10 titles)
Most runs Sachin Tendulkar (3,235)

When did England last win a Test in Australia?

England claimed victorious in 2009, 2010/11, 2013 and 2015; the 2010/11 success including three innings victories. Australia’s series win in 2017/18 meant the Aussies moved ahead of England in total series honours (33 to 32), and the team is well ahead of England in Tests won – 144 to 108, with 94 drawn.

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Who won the 2009 Ashes?

2009 Ashes series
Date 8 July – 23 August
Location England and Wales
Result England won the five-Test series 2–1
Player of the series Andrew Strauss (Eng) and Michael Clarke (Aus) Compton–Miller Medal: Andrew Strauss (Eng)

Who holds the Ashes now? Australia are the current holders of the Ashes. They retained the Ashes after the 2019 series ended in a draw. It was the first time since 1972 that an Ashes series ended in a draw.

Who is the winner of Ashes 2021? Australia successfully retained the Ashes by winning the first three Test matches.

2021–22 Ashes series
Result Australia won the five-match series 4–0
Player of the series Travis Head (Aus) Compton–Miller Medal: Travis Head (Aus)

Who won the 2013 Ashes series?

2013 Ashes series
Date 10 July – 25 August 2013
Location England
Result England won the five-Test series 3–0
Player of the series Ian Bell (Eng) and Ryan Harris (Aus) Compton–Miller Medal: Ian Bell (Eng)

Has the Ashes ever been won 5 0? On only three occasions has a team won all the Tests in an Ashes series; Australia has achieved the feat 5–0 in 1920–21, 2006–07 and 2013–14. … Since 1882, a small number of Test series have been played between the two sides that have not been allocated as Ashes series; those played in 1976–77, 1979–80, 1980 and 1987–88.

Has there ever been a 5 0 in the Ashes? England has been beaten 5-0 in an Ashes series only three times. On the evidence of Tuesday’s innings defeat at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, captain Joe Root’s side could soon become the fourth.

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Has Australia ever lost a Test series in Australia?

As of 19 October 2018, Australia have played 814 Test matches; winning 383, lost 220, 209 were drawn and 2 matches were tied.

Matches played (by country)

Team Australia
Opponent South Africa
Matches 102
Won 48
Lost 50

Has Pakistan won Test series in Australia?

2nd Test at Melbourne Cricket Ground – Dec 26-30, 2016 – Australia won by an innings and 18 runs (Pak 443/9d and 163; Aus 624/8d). 1st Test at Dubai Cricket Stadium – Oct 7-11, 2018; Match drawn (Pak 482 and 181/6d; Aus 202 and 362/8).

Which Indian captain won most ODI matches?

Player Span Won
MS Dhoni 2007-2018 110
M Azharuddin 1990-1999 90
SC Ganguly 1999-2005 76
V Kohli 2013-2021 65

Who won 2011 Ashes?

2010–11 Ashes series
Date 25 November 2010 – 7 January 2011
Location Australia
Result England won the five-Test series 3–1
Player of the series Alastair Cook (Eng) Compton–Miller Medal: Alastair Cook (Eng)

Why is Ashes trophy so small? The Ashes urn is a small urn made of terracotta and standing 10.5 cm (4.1 inches) high, believed to contain the ashes of a burnt cricket bail . …

When was the last time Australia won Ashes in England?

Years 1884
First match 01884-07-1111 July 1884
Tests 3
Australia 0

Who won the 2010 Ashes?

2010–11 Ashes series
Date 25 November 2010 – 7 January 2011
Location Australia
Result England won the five-Test series 3–1
Player of the series Alastair Cook (Eng) Compton–Miller Medal: Alastair Cook (Eng)

Who won the 2006 Ashes? The series was also notable for the retirement of four significant Australian players, namely Justin Langer, Damien Martyn, Glenn McGrath and Shane Warne.

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2006–07 Ashes series
Result Australia won the 5-Test series 5–0
Player of the series Ricky Ponting (Aus) Compton–Miller Medal: Ricky Ponting (Aus)

Why is the 2005 Ashes so famous?

England’s two-run victory was the narrowest result in Ashes cricket history thus far (there had been two Ashes Tests won by a margin of only three runs). It is also the second narrowest margin of victory in Test cricket history behind only the West Indies’ victory by a single run over Australia in Adelaide in 1993.

How much is the Ashes urn worth? The 1909 Ashes Urn which was presented to Australia’s Cricket Captain Monty Noble on his team’s victory over England, sold for $80,600 at Leonard Joel today.

Who won the Ashes test today?

England collapse again in fifth Test as Australia ease to 4-0 Ashes series win.

Why Ashes trophy is so small? The Ashes urn is a small urn made of terracotta and standing 10.5 cm (4.1 inches) high, believed to contain the ashes of a burnt cricket bail . …

When was the last time Australia won Ashes in England?

Years 1884
First match 01884-07-1111 July 1884
Tests 3
Australia 0

Who has taken the most wickets in Ashes history?

Australian legendary spinner Shane Warne is the Ashes highest wicket-taker with 195 wickets to his name in the 36 matches he played. Warne played his first Ashes series in 1993 in which he took 34 wickets.

Ashes Most Wickets List :

Player Shane Warne
Matches 36
Wickets 195
Economy 2.52
Average 23.25

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