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The Women’s Ashes is arguably the most famous bilateral series in women’s cricket, as England and Australia gun for supremacy across all three formats.
While it is named after the men’s equivalent series and the famous urn presented to the winners of that tournament, the Women’s Ashes takes a very different format.
Originally a test series, as with the men, it now follows a points-based system and incorporates matches across all three formats – a test match, ODIs and T20Is.
England and Australia have contested the Women’s Ashes since England’s tour of Australia in 1934-35.
England won the inaugural series, but Australia have the better record overall and currently hold the urn having won in 2015 and 2019.
Since the 2013 series in England, the Women’s Ashes have been contested over all three formats of international cricket with points allocated for each match won.
A solitary test match is worth four points to the winner, with them distributed two apiece in the even of a draw.
Three ODIs are worth two points per match won, and then likewise with the T20 internationals.
It means a maximum of 16 points are available, with Australia dominating the most recent series in England in 2019 to win 12-4.
The first Women’s Ashes series was in Australia in 1934-35. The touring England side won two of the three tests and drew the other to claim victory.
In its initial test-only format, England won four series but Australia claimed seven victories and a further seven were drawn.
The multi-format series was first contested in 2013 in England, with the hosts winning five of the limited-overs matches as they won 12-4 overall.
They defended their title in Australia with a narrow series win the following winter, but Australia reclaimed the trophy in England in 2015 and have held it ever since.
Ellyse Perry was Australia’s star of the series in England in 2019, taking 11 wickets in the ODIs and then scoring 192 runs in the test match.
Australia were in dominant form, winning all three ODIs, drawing the test after a dominant batting performance and then winning the first two T20 internationals; England’s only victory came in the final match of the series.