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Australia to host Afghanistan for one-off Test ahead of Ashes


Australia is set to host Afghanistan for a cricket Test for the first time before taking on England in the Ashes series starting in December.

The Australian men’s team starts its six-Test southern summer against Afghanistan in Hobart from November 27.

Australia will start its Ashes defence at the Gabba in Brisbane on December 8 and continue with a day-night Test in Adelaide starting eight days later.


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The Ashes series will continue in Melbourne for the Boxing Day Test and Sydney for the New Year’s Test and conclude with the fifth Test in Perth from January 14-18.

The Tests will be followed by limited-overs series against New Zealand and Sri Lanka.


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The Australian women’s team will host a series against India, with dates to be finalised, and the Ashes series against England starting with a Test match in Canberra on January 27.



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