Cricket Australia releases the schedule for 2021-22 Ashes

Australia lost 2-1 to India on home soil in a four-Test series played in front of reduced crowds because of the coronavirus pandemic between November 2020 and January this year.

Cricket Australia released the schedule for England’s men’s and women’s tours were on Tuesday. The board said they were hopeful of staging an Ashes series in front of full crowds later this year but later on they pushed that they would follow government advice when it came to admitting traveling supporters.

Australia lost 2-1 to India on home soil in a four-Test series played in front of reduced crowds because of the coronavirus pandemic between November 2020 and January this year.

“The lessons learned from successfully delivering a safe summer in 20-21 gives us confidence in what we’re able to achieve, and we’re all hoping for a summer of full crowds and an Ashes atmosphere we’re all accustomed to,” said Nick Hockley, Cricket Australia’s interim chief executive.

“In a perfect world, we would welcome England fans back to these shores for a summer of singing and sportsmanship. Of course, we will be guided by the Australian Government on all things related to international travel.”

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