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English cricket team in Australia in 1936–37

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Subject: English cricket team in Australia in 1924–25, English cricket team in Australia in 1891–92, English cricket team in Australia in 1911–12, English cricket team in Australia in 1894–95, English cricket team in Australia in 1882–83
Collection: 1936 in Australian Cricket, 1936 in Ceylon, 1936 in English Cricket, 1937 in Australian Cricket, 1937 in English Cricket, Australian Cricket Seasons from 1918–19 to 1944–45, English Cricket Tours of Australia, English Cricket Tours of Sri Lanka, International Cricket Competitions from 1918–19 to 1945, Sri Lankan Cricket Seasons from 1880–81 to 1971–72, The Ashes
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English cricket team in Australia in 1936–37

The Marylebone Cricket Club and matches outside the Tests were played under the MCC name.

Australia won the series 3–2, having been 2–0 down, and therefore retained The Ashes.

Test series summary


The English team had a stopover in Colombo en route to Australia and played a one-day single-innings match there against the Ceylon national team, which at that time did not have Test status.[1]


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  • CricketArchive tour itinerary
Annual reviews
Further reading
  • Bill Frindall, The Wisden Book of Test Cricket 1877–1978, Wisden, 1979
  • Chris Harte, A History of Australian Cricket, Andre Deutsch, 1993
  • Ray Robinson, On Top Down Under, Cassell, 1975
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