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England and Wales Cricket Board
Test status granted 1877
First Test match v Australia at
Melbourne Cricket Ground,
Melbourne, 15–19 March 1877
Captain of Test and ODI teams Joe Root (TEST)
Eoin Morgan (ODI)
Captain of Twenty20 Eoin Morgan
Coach Trevor Bayliss
Official ICC Test and ODI ranking 4th (Test), 1st (ODI)
2nd (T20)
Test matches 1,010
- This year 1/2
Last Test match v Ireland
Wins/losses 365/300
- This year 1/2
As of 14 July 2019

The England cricket team represents England and Wales in international cricket. Since 1997, it has been governed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), having been previously governed by Marylebone Cricket Club (the MCC) since 1903. England, as a founding nation, is a Full Member of the International Cricket Council (ICC) with Test, One Day International (ODI) and Twenty20 International (T20I) status. Until the 1990s, Scottish and Irish players also played for England as those countries were not yet ICC members in their own right.

England and Australia were the first teams to play a Test match (15–19 March 1877), and along with South Africa, these nations formed the Imperial Cricket Conference (the predecessor to today's International Cricket Council) on 15 June 1909. England and Australia also played the first ODI on 5 January 1971. England's first T20I was played on 13 June 2005, once more against Australia.

As of 14 July 2019, England have played 1,010 Test matches, winning 365 and losing 300 (with 345 draws). In Test series against Australia, England play for The Ashes, one of the most famous trophies in all of sport, and they have won the urn on 32 occasions. England have also played 743 ODIs, winning 374. They have appeared in the final of the Cricket World Cup four times, winning once in 2019; they have also finished as runners-up in two ICC Champions Trophies (2004 and 2013). England have played 109 T20Is, winning 54. They won the ICC T20 World Cup in 2010, and were runners-up in 2016.

As of 14 July 2019, England are ranked fourth in Tests, first in ODIs and second in T20Is by the ICC. Though the team and coaching staff faced heavy criticism after their group stage exit in the 2015 Cricket World Cup, they have since adopted a more aggressive playing style in ODI cricket, under the leadership of captain Eoin Morgan and head coach Trevor Bayliss.

History

Upcoming fixtures

Future Home Test Schedule

As set out by the ICC's Future Tours Programme, below is England's full international fixture list until the end of the 2019 season. The venues for the home games are in brackets.

Summer 2019

Winter 2019–20

Summer 2020

Winter 2020–21

Summer 2021

Winter 2021–22

Summer 2022

Winter 2022–23

Recent results

HOME AWAY
Test One Day International Twenty20 Test One Day International Twenty20
Last match won 5th Test v India 2018 World Cup Final v New Zealand 2019 Only T20I v Pakistan 2019 3rd Test v West Indies 2018–19 Only ODI v Ireland 2019 3rd T20I v West Indies 2018–19
Last match lost 3rd Test v India 2018 World Cup group stage v Sri Lanka 2019 3rd T20I v India 2018 2nd Test v West Indies 2018–19 5th ODI v West Indies 2018–19 Tri-Series 4th T20I v New Zealand 2017–18
Last series won India 2018 Pakistan 2019 Australia 2018 Sri Lanka 2018–19 Sri Lanka 2018–19 West Indies 2018–19
Last series lost Sri Lanka 2014 Australia 2015 India 2018 West Indies 2018–19 Scotland 2018 India 2016–17
Source: ESPNcricinfo.com. Last updated: 12 September 2018. Source: ESPNcricinfo.com. Last updated: 14 July 2019. Source: ESPNcricinfo.com. Last updated: 6 May 2019. Source: ESPNcricinfo.com. Last updated: 5 March 2019. Source: ESPNcricinfo.com. Last updated: 5 May 2019. Source: ESPNcricinfo.com. Last updated: 12 March 2019.

International grounds

Main article: List of cricket grounds in England and Wales

Listed chronologically in order of first match and include neutral fixtures such as World Cup and Champions Trophy games

Venue City County team Capacity Years used Test ODI T20I
Test venues
The Oval London Surrey 26,000 1880– 101 67 16
Old Trafford Manchester Lancashire 26,000 1884– 78 46 6
Lord's London Middlesex 28,000 1884– 137 61 10
Trent Bridge Nottingham Nottinghamshire 17,500 1899– 63 44 11
Headingley Leeds Yorkshire 17,500 1899– 77 40
Edgbaston Birmingham Warwickshire 25,000 1902– 51 58 5
Riverside Ground Chester-le-Street Durham 19,000 1999– 6 16 3
Sophia Gardens Cardiff Glamorgan 15,500 1999– 3 24 5
Rose Bowl Southampton Hampshire 25,000 2003– 3 22 5
ODI & T20I venues
County Ground Taunton Somerset 12,500 1983– 3 1
County Ground Bristol Gloucestershire 17,500 1983– 16 3
Former venues
Bramall Lane Sheffield Yorkshire 32,000 1902 1
St. Helen's Swansea Glamorgan 4,500 1973–1983 2
North Marine Road Ground Scarborough Yorkshire 11,500 1976–1978 2
Grace Road Leicester Leicestershire 12,000 1983–1999 3
New Road Worcester Worcestershire 5,500 1983–1999 3
County Ground Southampton Hampshire 7,000 1983–1999 3
County Ground Derby Derbyshire 9,500 1983–1999 2
Nevill Ground Tunbridge Wells Kent 6,000 1983 1
County Ground Chelmsford Essex 6,500 1983–1999 3
St Lawrence Ground Canterbury Kent 15,000 1999–2005 4
County Ground Northampton Northamptonshire 6,500 1999 2
As of 3 September 2018

Statistics and records

Tournament History

World Cup

ICC Champions Trophy

(known as the "ICC Knockout" in 1998 and 2000)

ICC World Twenty20

England record in Test Matches

Table correct 23 August 2009

Vs Venue Won Tied Lost Drawn Total
v Australiahome45-4764156
away54-8526165
total99-13290321
v Bangladeshhome2---2
away2---2
total4---4
v Indiahome23-52048
away11-142651
total34-194699
v New Zealandhome27-41950
away18-42244
total45-84194
v Pakistanhome17-81843
away2-41824
total19-123667
v South Africahome27-112361
away28-172873
total 55 - 28 51 134
v Sri Lanka home 5 - 2 3 10
away3-4411
total8-6721
v West Indieshome30-292180
away13-242865
total43-5349145
v Zimbabwehome3--14
away---22
total3--36
Home.179-106169454
Away.131-152154437
Overall.310-258323891
% Breakdown.34.79%0%28.96%36.25%100%

Team records

Individual records

Batting

Bowling

Fielding

England record in One Day Internationals

Correct up to 29 November 2009

Vs Venue Won Tied Lost Drawn Total
v Australia home 17 2 23 1 43
away19-30150
neutral2-6-8
total382592101
v Bangladeshhome3---3
away3---3
neutral2---2
total8---8
v Canadahome1---1
neutral1---1
total2---2
v East Africahome1---1
v India home 15 - 11 2 28
away 13 - 21 - 34
neutral 2 - 6 - 8
total 30 - 38 2 70
v Ireland away 2 - - - 2
neutral 1 - - - 1
total 3 - - - 3
v Kenya home 1 - - - 1
neutral 1 - - - 1
total 2 - - - 2
v Namibia neutral 1 - - - 1
v Netherlands home - - 1 - 1
neutral 2 - - - 2
v New Zealand home 9 - 5 1 15
away 13 2 16 2 32
neutral 6 - 10 - 16
total 28 1 31 3 63
v Pakistan home 19 - 11 1 31
away 9 - 10 - 19
neutral 7 - 5 1 13
total 35 - 26 2 63
v South Africa home 10 - 5 1 16
away 5 1 14 2 22
neutral 3 - 4 - 7
total 18 1 23 3 45
v Sri Lanka home 8 - 7 - 15
away 4 - 9 - 13
neutral 11 - 5 - 16
total 23 - 21 - 44
v United Arab Emirates neutral 1 - - - 1
v West Indies home 16 - 15 2 33
away 13 - 22 3 38
neutral 11 - 6 - 17
total 37 - 41 5 83
v Zimbabwe home 6 - 2 1 9
away 12 - 3 - 15
neutral 3 - 3 - 6
total 21 - 8 1 30
Home.1052819197
Away.8331258219
Neutral.54-451100
Overall.242525118516

Team records

Individual records

Batting

Bowling

Wicketkeeping


Most England Test Caps

  • † denotes player is currently active in cricket.
Most Test caps
161 Alastair Cook
148 James Anderson
133 Alec Stewart
126 Stuart Broad
118 Ian Bell
118 Graham Gooch
117 David Gower
115 Mike Atherton
114 Colin Cowdrey
108 Geoffrey Boycott
Most ODI caps
210 Eoin Morgan
197 Paul Collingwood
194 James Anderson
170 Alec Stewart
161 Ian Bell
158 Darren Gough
143 Joe Root
142 Jos Buttler
138 Andrew Flintoff
134 Kevin Pietersen
Most T20I caps
81 Eoin Morgan
66 Jos Buttler
60 Alex Hales
56 Stuart Broad
51 Luke Wright
39 Graeme Swann
38 Ravi Bopara
39 Chris Jordan
37 Kevin Pietersen
37 Adil Rashid

Personnel

Squad

This lists all the active players who have played for England in the past year (since 22 June 2018) and the forms in which they have played, and any players (in italics) outside this criteria who have been selected in the team's most recent squad. It does not include Sir Alastair Cook, who played Tests until September 2018, as he has retired from international cricket. The ECB offers a number of central contracts in September each year to England players whom the selectors think will form the core of the team. Players can now gain contracts for Test and limited-overs (white-ball) cricket and in some cases both. Other players who play enough games during the year can also gain Incremental contracts.

Key

  • S/N = Shirt number
  • C/T = Contract type (Test / White-ball / Incremental)
  • (C) = Captain
  • (VC) = Vice-captain
Name Age Batting style Bowling style Domestic team Forms S/N C/T Last Test Last ODI Last T20I
Batsmen
Rory Burns 29 Left-handed Surrey Test Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019
Joe Denly 34 Right-handed Right-arm leg spin Kent Test, ODI, T20I 24 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Ben Duckett 25 Left-handed Right-arm off break Nottinghamshire T20I 45 Flag of India India 2017 Flag of Bangladesh.svg Bangladesh 2016 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Alex Hales 31 Right-handed Right-arm medium Nottinghamshire ODI, T20I 10 W Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2016 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019
Keaton Jennings 28 Left-handed Right-arm medium-fast Lancashire Test 65 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019
Dawid Malan 32 Left-handed Right-arm leg spin Middlesex Test, ODI, T20I 29 Flag of India India 2018 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland 2019 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2018
Eoin Morgan 33 Left-handed Right-arm medium Middlesex ODI (C), T20I (C) 16 W Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2012 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Ollie Pope 22 Right-handed Surrey Test 80 Flag of India India 2018
Joe Root 29 Right-handed Right-arm spin Yorkshire Test (C), ODI, T20I 66 T/W Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Jason Roy 30 Right-handed Right-arm medium Surrey Test, ODI, T20I 20 W Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018
James Vince 29 Right-handed Right-arm medium Hampshire ODI, T20I 14 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2018 Flag of Australia Australia 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Wicket-keepers
Jonny Bairstow 30 Right-handed Yorkshire Test, ODI, T20I 51 T/W Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019
Sam Billings 29 Right-handed Kent T20I 7 Flag of Australia Australia 2018 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019
Jos Buttler 29 Right-handed Lancashire Test (VC), ODI (VC), T20I (VC) 63 T/W Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018
Ben Foakes 27 Right-handed Surrey Test, ODI, T20I 50 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of Ireland.svg Ireland 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
All-rounders
Moeen Ali 33 Left-handed Right-arm off break Worcestershire Test, ODI, T20I 18 T/W Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of Australia Australia 2019 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018
Sam Curran 22 Left-handed Left-arm medium-fast Surrey Test, ODI 58 T Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018
Liam Dawson 30 Right-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Hampshire ODI 83 Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa 2017 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2018
Lewis Gregory 28 Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium Somerset Test
Ben Stokes 29 Left-handed Right-arm fast-medium Durham Test, ODI, T20I 55 T/W Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018
David Willey 30 Left-handed Left-arm fast-medium Yorkshire ODI, T20I 15 W Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Chris Woakes 31 Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium Warwickshire Test, ODI 19 T/W Flag of India India 2018 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2015
Pace bowlers
James Anderson 38 Left-handed Right-arm fast-medium Lancashire Test 9 T Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of Afghanistan.svg Afghanistan 2015 Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa 2009
Jofra Archer 25 Right-handed Right-arm fast Sussex ODI, T20I 22 I Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Stuart Broad 34 Left-handed Right-arm fast-medium Nottinghamshire Test 8 T Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of South Africa.svg South Africa 2016 Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands 2014
Tom Curran 25 Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium Surrey ODI, T20I 59 I Flag of Australia Australia 2018 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Chris Jordan 31 Right-handed Right-arm fast-medium Sussex T20I 34 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2015 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2016 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019
Liam Plunkett 35 Right-handed Right-arm fast Surrey ODI, T20I 17 W Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2014 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019
Olly Stone 26 Right-handed Right-arm fast Warwickshire Test, ODI 26 Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018
Mark Wood 30 Right-handed Right-arm fast Durham Test, ODI, T20I 33 W Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019
Spin bowlers
Jack Leach 29 Left-handed Slow left-arm orthodox Somerset Test Flag of Sri Lanka.svg Sri Lanka 2018
Adil Rashid 32 Right-handed Right-arm leg spin Yorkshire Test, ODI, T20I 95 T/W Flag of West Indies West Indies 2019 Flag of New Zealand.svg New Zealand 2019 Flag of Pakistan Pakistan 2019

Coaching staff

England Men's Cricketer of the Year

At the start of each season the ECB present the England Men’s Cricketer of the Year award to "recognise outstanding performances in all formats of international cricket over the past year", voted on by members of the cricket media.

The previous winners of this award are:

See also

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