The Australia National Cricket team is the oldest cricket team in the Test cricket world. Australia team plays also ODI and a Twenty20 international cricket match in both the first ODI against England in the 1970-71 seasons.
In 1938, test cricket was international by war, with the final test series notable by Len Hutton playing a world best score 364 for the England team. Kerry Packer proclaimed he was organizing a breakaway – World Series Cricket later the ACB or Australian Cricket Board in May 1977.
Australia team was ranked 3rd in the ICC test cricket trophy on February 2018, fifth in the ICC ODI championship and 2nd in the ICC T20I trophy. The team played their first test match under Australian new coach, Justin Langer on 7 October 2018.
Australia Cricket team History some information
On 24 February 2002, Australia victory in a test match on 24 February 2002, they defeated South Africa by an innings and 360 runs. Australia team total test, T20, ODI cricket and also details first all types of cricket details has given below.
Name: Australia Cricket team
Association Name: Cricket Australia.
Australia Cricket team first Information
First test status: 15-19 March 1877, Melbourne,
Against Team England
First T20 Cricket: on 17 February 2005 in New Zealand, Eden Park
Against team: New Zealand
First ODI match: 5 January 1971 in Melbourne Ground.
Against Team England
ICC first status: Full member in 1909
ICC region: Asia
Total ODI matches 919 matches.
Results: won 557 lost 319. 9 ties 34 no results.
Total T20 matches: 114
Results: won 58, lost 52 (2 ties and 2 no results)
Total test matches: 814
Results: 383 won and lost 220 (209 draws, and 2 ties)
ICC World Cup: 11 first in 1975.
ICC Cricket World Cup champions: Champions ((1987, 1999, 2003, 2007, 2015)
Best Result: Runners-up (2010)
T20 world Cup best result: 6 (first in 2007)
Australia Cricket team captains and coach
Australia Cricket team present captain all of the types of matches has given below.
Captain Test and T20 International: Tim Paine
One day Cricket Captain: Aaron Finch
And also captain: Ricky Ponting, Michael Clarke
Present head Coach: Justin Langer
List of the Australia cricket team players
|SL No.||Players Name||Position||Age|
|01||Steve Smith||Batsman||29 years|
|02||David Warner||batsman||32 years old.|
|03||Glenn Maxwell||All-rounder||30 years and ago|
|04||Peter Siddle||right-arm fast-medium Bowler||35 years|
|05-||Mitchell Starc||Bowler||28 years old|
|06||Aaron Finch||Right Handed batsman||32 years old|
|07||Tim Paine||Wicket-keeper and present captain||33 years|
|08||Ashton Agar||Bowler||25 years|
|09||Alex Carey||Left handed batsman and wicket-keeper||27 years|
|10||Pat Cummins||right-arm fast bowler||25 years|
|11||Peter Handscomb||wicket-keeper and right-handed batsman||27 years|
|12||Josh Hazlewood||Right-arm first-medium bowler||27 years|
|13||Left-handed batsman||24 years|
|14||Left-handed batsman||31 years|
|15||Bowler right-arm off-spin bowler||31 years|
|17||Shaun Marsh||Left-handed batsman||35 years|
|18||Matthew Renshaw||Left-handed batsman||22 years|
|19||Mitchell Starc||Left-arm bowler||28 years|
Anyway, ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 is coming soon when will proclaim their 15-squad then I will update.