Whether you are dreaming of watching a Test series or catching a one-day match, cricket holidays are all about soaking up the atmosphere while witnessing remarkable sportsmanship in action.
Listen to the crowd roar as another six hits the boundary. Watch pure athleticism come alive with thrilling catches in the covers. Be there: experience the ultimate cricket travel moments with Edusport.
Here are three upcoming cricket tournaments to inspire your travel plans:
Bangladesh Tour of South Africa
The Bangladesh cricket team is scheduled to tour South Africa in September and October 2017 to play two Tests, three One Day Internationals (ODIs) and two Twenty20 International (T20I) matches. It will be Bangladesh’s first tour of South Africa in nine years, and you can catch all the cricket action in your own backyard!
All matches will be played at South Africa’s lower-profile grounds, with Kimberley, Paarl and East London hosting the three ODIs. The Bangladesh visit has also created the opportunity for Bloemfontein and Potchefstroom to host their first Tests since 2008 and 2002 respectively.
Bangalesh Tour 2017
|21 – 23 September||Three-day tour match v SA Invitation XI||Sahara Willowmoore Park||Benoni|
|28 September – 2 October 2017||1st Test||Senwes Park||Potchefstroom|
|6 – 10 October 2017||2nd Test||Mangaung Oval||Bloemfontein|
|12 October 2017||Tour match v SA Invitation XI||Mangaung Oval||Bloemfontein|
|15 October 2017||1st ODI||De Beers Diamond Oval||Kimberley|
|18 October 2017||2nd ODI||Boland Park||Paarl|
|22 October 2017||3rd ODI||Buffalo Park||East London|
|26 October 2017||1st T20I||Mangaung Oval||Bloemfontein|
|29 October 2017||2nd T20I||Senwes Park||Potchefstroom|
The Ashes 2017
The Ashes 2017 – 2018 series will be played at five venues across Australia between 23 November 2017 and 8 January 2018. An Ashes series is traditionally five Tests, hosted in turn by Australia and England at least once every four years.
As of August 2015, England holds the legendary Ashes, having won three of the five Tests in the 2015 series. Australia and England have won 32 series each, with five series drawn. The Adelaide Test (at the Adelaide Oval) will be a unique event, as it will be the first day/night Ashes Test in the history of the series.
The Ashes 2017
|23 – 27 November 2017||1st Test||The Gabba||Brisbane|
|2 – 6 December 2017||2nd Test||Adelaide Oval||Adelaide|
|14 – 18 December 2017||3rd Test||WACA Ground||Perth|
|26 – 30 December 2017||4th Test||Melbourne Cricket Ground||Melbourne|
|4 – 8 January 2018||5th Test||Sydney Cricket Ground||Sydney|
Australia Tour 2018
|22 – 24 February 2018||Tour match v SA Invitational XI||Sahara Park||Benoni|
|1 – 5 March 2018||1st Test||Kingsmead||Durban|
|9 – 13 March 2018||2nd Test||St George’s Park||Port Elizabeth|
|22 – 26 March 2018||3rd Test||Newlands||Cape Town|
|30 March – 3 April 2018||4th Test||Wanderers||Johannesburg|
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