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Ashes 2023 Results and Winners

The outcome of The Ashes bears a whole lot of significance as it marks the beginning of the next World Test Championship cycle 2023-25. The winner of the Ashes 2023 not only will hold the bragging rights but also get an upper hand in the WTC cycle given the length of the series – 5 Tests. The Ashes have seen some fiercely-contested back-and-forth matches between England and Australia, often leading to one-way traffic.

England won the first 9 Ashes series in a row against Australia. Since Australia's first-Ashes series win in 1892, the two teams went neck-and-neck, but somehow Australia always had managed to extend the lead. In the 1900s, with the emergence of Don Bradman, Australia were ruthless, but England did not hold back either. Things changed drastically a few decades later, when in 1986, Australia went on a rampage and won eight straight Ashes series in row, extending England’s wait to get their hands on the Urn.

It took nearly 20 years but the moment finally arrived. In 2005, Michael Vaughan's England team and Ricky Ponting's Australia played one of the greatest Ashes series of all time in which hosts England emerged victorious 2-1. That, as many believe, changed the complexion of the series and gave England the confidence to compete. The next few Ashes series were pretty predictable – Australia won on their soil and England theirs.

However, in 2013, after England beat Australia 3-0, the Aussies went ahead with the mantra 'Revenge is a dish best served cold' and hammered England 5-0 in the return series a few months later. It is arguably one of the most hotly-contested Ashes series of all time as tempers flared and controversies galore. Graeme Swann left the Ashes series midway and never returned, while Kevin Pietersen's England career unofficially ended. The last Ashes – in 2021 – was won by Australia and quite comprehensively, winning the series 4-0. ...read more
Total Ashes Won
Ashes in Australia
Ashes in England
Season
Winner
Margin
2021-22
4-0 (5)
2019
Draw
2-2 (5)
2017-18
4-0 (5)
2015
3-2 (5)
2013-14
5-0 (5)
2013
3-0 (5)
2010-11
3-1 (5)
2009
2-1 (5)
2006-07
5-0 (5)
2005
2-1 (5)
2002/03
4-1 (5)
2001
4-1 (5)
1998-99
3-1 (5)
1997
3-2 (6)
1994-95
3-1 (5)
1993
4-1 (6)
1990-91
3-0 (5)
1989
4-0 (6)
1986-87
2-1 (5)
1985
3-1 (6)
1982-83
2-1 (5)
1981
3-1 (6)
1978-79
5-1 (6)
1977
3-0 (5)
1975
1-0 (4)
1974-75
4-1 (6)
1972
Draw
2-2 (5)
1970-71
2-0 (7)
1968
Draw
1-1 (5)
1965-66
Draw
1-1 (5)
1964
1-0 (5)
1962-63
Draw
1-1 (5)
1961
2-1 (5)
1958-59
4-0 (5)
1956
2-1 (5)
1954-55
3-1 (5)
1953
1-0 (5)
1950-51
4-1 (5)
1948
4-0 (5)
1946-47
3-0 (5)
1938
Draw
1-1 (4)
1936-37
3-2 (5)
1934
2-1 (5)
1932-33
4-1 (5)
1930
2-1 (5)
1928-29
4-1 (5)
1926
1-0 (5)
1924-25
4-1 (5)
1921
3-0 (5)
1920-21
5-0 (5)
1912
1-0 (3)
1911-12
4-1 (5)
1909
2-1 (5)
1907-08
4-1 (5)
1905
2-0 (5)
1903-04
3-2 (5)
1902
2-1 (5)
1901-02
4-1 (5)
1899
1-0 (5)
1897-98
4-1 (5)
1896
2-1 (3)
1894-95
3-2 (5)
1893
1-0 (3)
1891-92
2-1 (3)
1890
2-0 (2)
1888
2-1 (3)
1887-88
1-0 (1)
1886-87
2-0 (2)
1886
3-0 (3)
1884-85
3-2 (5)
1884
1-0 (3)
1882-83
2-1 (3)
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Ashes Series Results and Winners FAQ

  • Who has the most wins in the Ashes series?

    Australia have the most wins in the Ashes with 35 Test victories

  • Most Centuries in Ashes

    The legendary Don Bradman holds the record for the most centuries in the Ashes - 19

  • Most Runs in Ashes

    Don Bradman remains the highest run-scorer in the Ashes scoring 5028 runs in 37 Tests

  • Highest Team Total in Ashes

    In the 1938 Ashes, England posted 903/7 declared, which till date is the highest single innings total in the history of the legendary series

  • Why is the Ashes Series so Important in Cricket?

    The Ashes is cricket's oldest and most famous bilateral series, contested between the first two Test nations since 1877, and bearing that historic name since the English team's 1882-83 tour Down Under.

  • Which is the Best Ashes Series of All Time?

    The 2005 Ashes is fondly remembered as one of the most famous Ashes series of all time in which Michael Vaughan's England won the five-Test series 2-1, ending Australia's 19-year-long streak of retaining the Ashes

  • Which Player has won the Most Ashes Series?

    Over 800 players have been part of the historic Ashes but former legendary Australia cricketer Edward Gregory has been part of the most Ashes series - 15.

  • Most Ashes Matches wins as Captain?

    Allan Border is most successful Ashes captain of all time, having won 13 of the 28 Tests he captained Australia in

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