Each tournament has 5 matches with 2 rounds each, and is played according to the usual rules for international cricket cricket.
This summer, Australia hosted this much-anticipated tournament and Australian captain Ricky Ponting even gave a challenging invitation to the opposing supporters, the Barmy Army. Join them and thousands of other cricket-loving Australians in their first match at Gabba in Brisbane in November. You will certainly see some historic shots here. Australian soccer star Shane Warne loves to bow to the fans on this field.
Batting and six masterpieces are the hallmark of the Adelaide Oval, where the Ashes tournament will open in early December. Created by St Peter’s Basilica and set amidst the wooded area of North Adelaide, the Adelaide Oval arguably one of the most beautiful cricket fields in the world. Next stop on the Ashes schedule was the Perth WACA, which hosted the first match in the 1970-71 season. Watch the world’s fastest pitchers show off their ability on this hard and bouncing surface, which was once considered the fastest speed field in Australia.
If you really want to experience the Ashes in Australia, you can not miss the match on Boxing Day at the giant MCG stadium in Melbourne. The number of people coming to the stadium cheering up to 100,000 in the first day of the match with some of the best ball cricket. The atmosphere is equally bustling at Sydney’s SCG stadium, where the Ashes Cup competition will be held in January. Buy tickets to this final, one of Australia’s summer sports highlights. .
The ash is the largest cricket tournament in Australia. If you are fond of this sport, come to Australia in the summer to share the excitement of the 2010 Ashes in Australia… it will be an unforgettable summer of cricket.