With summer sadly coming close to an end, we thought we could take a look towards next year's international cricket fixtures.
England will begin their 2024 home season with a concurrent white ball series against Pakistan, where both their men’s and women’s teams will be in action.
In an exciting prelude to the upcoming World Cup, England will play host to Pakistan in a riveting series of four IT20 matches. The action will commence at Headingly and culminate at the prestigious Kia Oval, setting the stage for an intense showdown. Following England's victory over Pakistan in the final of the 2022 T20 World Cup, fans will have the exhilarating opportunity to witness these two teams clash once more. Following the series, the teams will head to the Caribbean and the United States, and England will be gearing up to protect their championship title.
Following the return of Jos Buttler’s team from the World Cup, England will change into their whites as they host the West Indies and Sri Lanka with each series consisting of three tests.
After what was an Ashes series to remember, 2024 ramps up the pace. England will welcome Australia back on home turf, but this time for three IT20s and five one-day internationals.
Arch rivalries in the cricketing world, the Aussies have shown dominance in past years in ODI cricket since late 1970, but in T20 format head-to-head stats between the two sides are noticeably narrower.
Catch performances from white-ball heroes such as Liam Livingstone, Jos Buttler, and Jason Roy, and see the remarkable transition of players like Ben Stokes and Joe Root, as they shift from whites to vibrant colours once more, face the likes of Steve Smith, Mitchell Starc and Glenn Maxwell.
2024 England Men's Cricket Schedule
Following the release from the England Wales Cricket Board, there are plenty of 2024 international cricket matches in store.
England v Pakistan IT20 | Wednesday 22nd May | Headingley, Leeds
England v Pakistan IT20 | Saturday 25th May | Edgbaston, Birmingham
England v Pakistan IT20 | Tuesday 28th May | Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
England v Pakistan IT20 | Thursday 30th May | The Kia Oval, London
England v West Indies 1st Test | 10th - 14th Jul | Lord's, London
England v West Indies 2nd Test | 18th - 22nd Jul | Trent Bridge, Nottingham
England v West Indies 3rd Test | 26th - 30th Jul | Edgbaston, Birmingham
England v Sri Lanka 1st Test | 21st - 25th Aug | Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
England v Sri Lanka 2nd Test | 29th Aug - 2nd Sept | Lord's, London
England v Sri Lanka 3rd Test | 6th - 10th Sept | The Kia Oval, London
England v Australia IT20 | Wednesday 11th Sept | The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
England v Australia IT20 | Friday 13th Sept | Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
England v Australia IT20 | Sunday 15th Sept | Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester
England v Australia ODI | Thursday 19th Sept | Trent Bridge, Nottingham
England v Australia ODI | Saturday 21st Sept | Headingley, Leeds
England v Australia ODI | Tuesday 24th Sept | Seat Unique Riverside, Chester-le-Street
England v Australia ODI | Saturday 27th Sept | Lord’s, London
England v Australia ODI | Sunday 29th Sept | Seat Unique Stadium, Bristol
The 2023 Women's Ashes series set new records for ticket sales, marking a triumphant season with exceptional displays of skill that allowed England to achieve an impressive 8-8 draw, despite Australia being the formidable favourites. The escalating interest in women's cricket is evident, and the anticipation for what's in store next summer is building.
In 2024, Heather Knights team will host both Pakistan and New Zealand. England will play at a selection of high-capacity venues next summer with an overall total of 14 venues across the country.
2024 England Women's Cricket Schedule
England v Pakistan IT20 | Saturday 11th May | Edgbaston, Birmingham
England v Pakistan IT20 | Friday 17th May | The County Ground, Northampton
England v Pakistan IT20 | Sunday 19th May | Headingley, Leeds
England v Pakistan ODI | Thursday 23rd May | The Incora County Ground, Derby
England v Pakistan ODI | Sunday 26th May | The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
England v Pakistan ODI | Wednesday 29th May | The Cloud County Ground, Chelmsford
England v New Zealand ODI | Wednesday 26th Jun | Seat Unique Riverside, Durham
England v New Zealand ODI | Saturday 29th Jun | New Road, Worcester
England v New Zealand ODI | Wednesday 3rd Jun | Seat Unique Stadium, Bristol
England v New Zealand IT20 | Saturday 6th Jul | The Ageas Bowl, Southampton
England v New Zealand IT20 | Tuesday 9th Jul | The 1st Central County Ground, Hove
England v New Zealand IT20 | Thursday 11th Jul | The Spitfire Ground, St Lawrence
England v New Zealand IT20 | Saturday 13th Jul | The Kia Oval, London
England v New Zealand IT20 | Wednesday 17th Jul | Lords, London
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