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Explore information on Australia tour of England (Ashes 1905) played from 29 May 1905.

Result: England won the 5-match series 2-0

Australia tour of England 1905

Date & time Detail
Mon 29 - Wed 31
1st Test - England vs Australia
Trent Bridge, Nottingham
England won by 213 runs
Thu 15 - Sat 17
2nd Test - England vs Australia
Lord's, London
Match drawn
Mon 03 - Wed 05
3rd Test - England vs Australia
Headingley, Leeds
Match drawn
Mon 24 - Wed 26
4th Test - England vs Australia
Old Trafford, Manchester
England won by an innings and 80 runs
Mon 14 - Sat 19
5th Test - England vs Australia
Kennington Oval, London
Match drawn

The Australian cricket team toured to England from May to August 1905. England won the Test series 2-0, with three matches drawn. The Australian cricket team played 35 first-class matches including 5 Tests. This was England 13th Ashes series win.

Series Squad

England squad (15-May-1905)

Stanley Jackson (Captain), Arthur Jones, Albert Knight, Dick Lilley (Wicket Keeper), Archie MacLaren, Wilfred Rhodes, Reggie Spooner, Johnny Tyldesley, Arnold Warren, Gilbert Jessop, George Hirst, Ted Arnold, Charlie Blythe, Bernard Bosanquet, Walter Brearley, C. B. Fry, John Gunn, Schofield Haigh, Tom Hayward, Lucky Denton

Australia squad (01-May-1905)

Joe Darling (Captain), Monty Noble, Charlie McLeod, Frank Laver, James Kelly (Wicket Keeper), Bert Hopkins, Clem Hill, Syd Gregory, Algy Gehrs, Reggie Duff, Tibby Cotter, Warwick Armstrong, Victor Trumper

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