Australia’s World Test Championship 2023-25 complete schedule

Fresh off their triumphant victory in the World Test Championship (WTC) Final against India, Australia is now gearing up to defend their title in the upcoming 2023-25 WTC cycle. With a packed schedule ahead, the Aussies are set to take on formidable opponents in a series of thrilling Test matches.

The first challenge for Australia comes in the form of a riveting five-match Test series against arch-rivals England, commencing on June 16 in Birmingham. Having dominated England with a resounding 4-0 victory in their previous encounter, Australia aims to maintain their momentum and continue their success story. The series will unfold across iconic cricketing venues, including Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford, and The Oval.

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As the year progresses, Pakistan is scheduled to visit Australian shores for a three-match Test series, set to ignite cricketing rivalries in December 2023 and January 2024. The series will commence in Perth, followed by matches in Melbourne and Sydney. Pakistan’s formidable bowling attack will provide a stern test for the Australian batting lineup.

Next on the agenda is a thrilling encounter against the West Indies, with Australia hosting a two-match series in early 2024. The Aussies will aim to replicate their dominant performance from the previous WTC series against the Caribbean team. The first Test will be held in Adelaide, while the second Test, a day-night fixture, will take place in Brisbane.

Continuing their Trans-Tasman rivalry, Australia will embark on a journey to New Zealand for a two-Test series likely to occur in February and March 2024. The intensity of the battles between these two competitive sides guarantees cricketing excitement for fans on both sides of the Tasman Sea.

Australia’s final home series in the 2023-25 WTC cycle will be a much-anticipated clash against India. This highly anticipated contest, featuring five Tests, is scheduled for December 2024 and January 2025. The battle between two cricketing powerhouses promises to be a spectacle of skill, strategy, and fierce competition.

Wrapping up their campaign, Australia will head to Sri Lanka for a two-match Test series. This encounter will provide an opportunity to settle the score following their previous series, which ended in a hard-fought 1-1 draw. The matches will showcase the challenge of playing spin on subcontinental pitches.

With an action-packed schedule ahead, Australia is eager to defend their newly acquired WTC title. Led by a formidable squad, the Aussies are determined to showcase their skills and fortitude against some of the world’s best teams. Cricket enthusiasts worldwide are eagerly anticipating the battles that lie ahead, as the 2023-25 WTC cycle promises to deliver captivating moments and enthralling Test cricket at its finest.