Ashes Cricket Winner List | Ashes Trophy Winners From 1882 To 2021

Ashes Cricket Winner List

Ashes Winners

The ‘Ashes’ series is a Test series between England and Australia, the first two Test playing countries. The first Ashes test series was held in the 1882/83 season. England won the first eight Ashes series until Australia captured the urn for the first time in 1891/92. We’ll go over the ashes winner list from 1882 until 2021 in this article. Let’s look at the ashes winners and learn how many times England won Ashes series.

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The Ashes 2021 winner

Here we will  Look at the winner list of ashes 2021-2022.

 

Date Number Winner Result
Dec 8th 1st Test Australia Won By 9 Wickets
Dec 16th 2nd Test Australia Won By 275 Runs
Dec 26th 3rd Test Australia Won By An Inning and 14 Runs
Jan 5th 4th Test Drawn
Jan 14th 5th Test Australia Won By 146 Runs

The Ashes Series Winners List

Before Australia started to compete, the first 12 Ashes series results had a record of 11-1. The Ashes trophy has been won by Australia the most times. Out of the 72 tests that have been played so far, Australia has won 34. 32 of the series were won by England, while 6 resulted in draws. The complete list of Ashes series winners is provided below.

Years Series Tests England Australia Draw Result
2019/20 71 5 2 2 1 Drawn
2017/18 70 5 0 4 1 Australia
2015 69 5 3 2 0 England
2013/14 68 5 0 5 0 Australia
2013 67 5 3 0 2 England
2010/11 66 5 3 1 1 England
2009 65 5 2 1 2 England
2006/07 64 5 0 5 0 Australia
2005 63 5 2 1 2 England
2002/03 62 5 1 4 0 Australia
2001 61 5 1 4 0 Australia
1998/99 60 5 1 3 1 Australia
1997 59 6 2 3 1 Australia
1994/95 58 5 1 3 1 Australia
1993 57 6 1 4 1 Australia
1990/91 56 5 0 3 2 Australia
1989 55 6 0 4 2 Australia
1986/87 54 5 2 1 2 England
1985 53 6 3 1 2 England
1982/83 52 5 1 2 2 Australia
1981 51 6 3 1 2 England
1978/79 50 6 5 1 0 England
1977 49 5 3 0 2 England
1975 48 4 0 1 3 Australia
1974/75 47 6 1 4 1 Australia
1972 46 5 2 2 1 Drawn
1970/71 45 6 (7) 2 0 4 England
1968 44 5 1 1 3 Drawn
1965/66 43 5 1 1 3 Drawn
1964 42 5 0 1 4 Australia
1962/63 41 5 1 1 3 Drawn
1961 40 5 1 2 2 Australia
1958/59 39 5 0 4 1 Australia
1956 38 5 2 1 2 England
1954/55 37 5 3 1 1 England
1953 36 5 1 0 4 England
1950/51 35 5 1 4 0 Australia
1948 34 5 0 4 1 Australia
1946/47 33 5 0 3 2 Australia
1938 32 4 (5) 1 1 2 Drawn
1936/37 31 5 2 3 0 Australia
1934 30 5 1 2 2 Australia
1932/33 29 5 4 1 0 England
1930 28 5 1 2 2 Australia
1928/29 27 5 4 1 0 England
1926 26 5 1 0 4 England
1924/25 25 5 1 4 0 Australia
1921 24 5 0 3 2 Australia
1920/21 23 5 0 5 0 Australia
1912 22 3 1 0 2 England
1911/12 21 5 4 1 0 England
1909 20 5 1 2 2 Australia
1907/08 19 5 1 4 0 Australia
1905 18 5 2 0 3 England
1903/04 17 5 3 2 0 England
1902 16 5 1 2 2 Australia
1901/02 15 5 1 4 0 Australia
1899 14 5 0 1 4 Australia
1897/98 13 5 1 4 0 Australia
1896 12 3 2 1 0 England
1894/95 11 5 3 2 0 England
1893 10 3 1 0 2 England
1891/92 9 3 1 2 0 Australia
1890 8 2 (3) 2 0 0 England
1888 7 3 2 1 0 England
1887/88 6 1 1 0 0 England
1886/87 5 2 2 0 0 England
1886 4 3 3 0 0 England
1884/85 3 5 3 2 0 England
1884 2 3 1 0 2 England
1882/83 1 3 2 1 0 England

The Ashes – Man of the Match

Nearly a century later, in 1978/79, the Man of the Series award system was established. The cricketer who has contributed most significantly to their team during the series wins the Man of the Series trophy. Dennis Lillee won the inaugural Ashes Man of the Series honor during the 1978–1979 Australian series, this season has gone down in the Ashes history.

Year Series winner Man of the Series
2021/22 Australia Travis Head
2019 Drawn Steven Smith
2017/18 Australia Steven Smith
2015 England Joe Root/Chris Rogers
2013/14 Australia Mitchell Johnson
2013 England Ian Bell/Ryan Harris
2010/11 England Sir Alastair Cook
2009 England Andrew Strauss/Michael Clarke
2006/07 Australia Ricky Ponting
2005 England Andrew Flintoff/Shane Warne
2002/03 Australia Michael Vaughan/Glenn McGrath
1998/99 Australia Steve Waugh
1997 Australia Graham Thorpe/Glenn McGrath
1994/95 Australia Craig McDermott
1993 Australia Graham Gooch/Shane Warne
1990/91 Australia Bruce Reid
1989 Australia Jack Russell/Terry Alderman
1986/87 England Chris Broad
1985 England David Gower
1982/83 Australia Geoff Lawson
1981 England Sir Ian Botham
1978/79 England Dennis Lillee

 

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