Australian cricket team in 2009–10

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This article contains information, results and statistics regarding the Australian national cricket team in the 2009 and 2009-10 cricket seasons. Statisticians class the 2009 season and 2009-10 season as those matches played on tours that started between May 2009 and April 2010.

Player contracts[edit]

The 2009-10 list was announced on 14 May 2009.[1] Note that uncontracted players are still available to be selected to play for the national cricket team.

Player Age as at
14 May 2009
State Test cap ODI cap ODI shirt [2]
Ricky Ponting (captain) 34 years, 146 days TAS 366 123 14
Michael Clarke (vice-captain) 28 years, 42 days NSW 389 149 23
Doug Bollinger 27 years, 294 days NSW 405 175 4
Nathan Bracken 31 years, 244 days NSW 387 142 59
Stuart Clark 33 years, 228 days NSW 396 153 8
Callum Ferguson 24 years, 174 days SA - 171 12
Brad Haddin 31 years, 203 days NSW 400 144 57
Nathan Hauritz 27 years, 208 days NSW 390 147 43
Ben Hilfenhaus 26 years, 60 days TAS 407 161 20
Brad Hodge 34 years, 136 days VIC 394 154 17
James Hopes 30 years, 202 days QLD - 151 39
Phillip Hughes 20 years, 165 days NSW 408 - 2
David Hussey 31 years, 303 days VIC - 167 29
Michael Hussey 33 years, 352 days WA 393 150 48
Mitchell Johnson 27 years, 193 days QLD 398 156 25
Simon Katich 33 years, 266 days NSW 384 143 13
Brett Lee 32 years, 187 days NSW 383 140 58
Graham Manou 30 years, 21 days SA 411 180 30
Shaun Marsh 25 years, 309 days WA - 165 9
Andrew McDonald 27 years, 333 days VIC 406 - 35
Marcus North 29 years, 290 days WA 409 176 26
Peter Siddle 24 years, 170 days VIC 403 172 10
Andrew Symonds 33 years, 339 days QLD 388 139 63
Shane Watson 27 years, 331 days QLD 391 148 33
Cameron White 25 years, 269 days VIC 402 152 7

Match summary[edit]

Format P W L D T NR
Tests 7/8 6 0 1 0 0
One Day International 26/26 20 4 0 0 2
Twenty20 International 5 4 1 0 0 0
Total 38/39 30 5 1 0 2

P = Matches Played/Total Matches, W = Won, L = Lost, D = Drawn, T = Tied, NR = No Result
N.B. Result from All-Star match not included as it was only an exhibition match.

2009 season[edit]

Pakistan v Australia in UAE[edit]

No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
ODI Series[3]
ODI 2845 22 April  Australia Michael Clarke  Pakistan Younis Khan Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Pakistan by 4 wickets
ODI 2846 24 April  Pakistan Younis Khan  Australia Michael Clarke Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Australia by 6 wickets
ODI 2847 27 April  Australia Michael Clarke  Pakistan Younis Khan Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi  Australia by 27 runs
ODI 2848 1 May  Pakistan Younis Khan  Australia Michael Clarke Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi  Australia by 8 wickets
ODI 2849 3 May  Australia Michael Clarke  Pakistan Younis Khan Sheikh Zayed Cricket Stadium, Abu Dhabi  Pakistan by 7 wickets
Twenty20 Series
T20I 89 7 May  Australia Brad Haddin  Pakistan Misbah-ul-Haq Dubai Sports City Cricket Stadium, Dubai  Pakistan by 7 wickets
  • This series was moved from Pakistan to UAE for security reasons.[4]

ICC World Twenty20[edit]

Group Stage
No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
3rd Match 6 June  Australia Ricky Ponting  West Indies Chris Gayle Kennington Oval, London  West Indies by 7 wickets
8th Match 8 June  Australia Ricky Ponting  Sri Lanka Kumar Sangakkara Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Sri Lanka by 6 wickets

Tour of England[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Test Series (The 2009 Ashes)
Test 1922 8–12 July Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Match Drawn
Test 1925 16–20 July Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Lord's Cricket Ground, London  England won by 115 runs
Test 1928 30 July-3 August Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham Match Drawn
Test 1929 7–11 August Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds  Australia won by an innings and 80 runs
Test 1931 20–24 August Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting The Oval, London  England won by 197 runs
T20I Series
T20I 119 30 August Paul Collingwood Michael Clarke Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester No Result
T20I 119a 1 September Paul Collingwood Michael Clarke Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester No Result
ODI Series
ODI 2882 4 September Andrew Strauss Michael Clarke The Oval, London  Australia won by 4 runs
ODI 2883 6 September Andrew Strauss Michael Clarke Lord's Cricket Ground, London  Australia won by 39 runs
ODI 2885 9 September Andrew Strauss Michael Clarke Rose Bowl, Southampton  Australia by 6 wickets
ODI 2888 12 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Lord's Cricket Ground, London  Australia by 7 wickets
ODI 2890 15 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Australia by 4 wickets
ODI 2891 17 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Trent Bridge, Nottingham  Australia by 111 runs
ODI 2892 20 September Andrew Strauss Ricky Ponting Riverside Ground, Durham  England by 4 wickets

Tour of Scotland[edit]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI Series
ODI 2879 28 August Gavin Hamilton Michael Clarke Raeburn Place, Edinburgh  Australia by 189 runs

2009–10 Season[edit]

2009 ICC Champions Trophy[edit]

The 2009 ICC Champions Trophy was scheduled to take place in the 2008–09 season in Pakistan, but because of an unstable security situation, it was rescheduled for the 2009–10 season. The hosting rights were also moved from Pakistan to South Africa. Sri Lanka was considered as a potential host, but was discarded due to worries related to the weather during that time of the year in Sri Lanka.[5]

No. Date Team 1 Captain 1 Team 2 Captain 2 Venue Result
Group Stage
5th Match 26 September  Australia Ricky Ponting  West Indies Floyd Reifer New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg  Australia by 50 runs
9th Match 28 September  Australia Ricky Ponting  India MS Dhoni SuperSport Park, Centurion No result
11th Match 30 September  Australia Ricky Ponting  Pakistan Younis Khan SuperSport Park, Centurion  Australia by 2 wickets
Semi-Finals
1st Semifinal 2 October  Australia Ricky Ponting  England Andrew Strauss SuperSport Park, Centurion  Australia by 9 wickets
Final
Final 5 October  Australia Ricky Ponting  New Zealand Brendon McCullum SuperSport Park, Centurion  Australia by 6 wickets

Tour of India[edit]

The Australian Cricket Team toured India from 25 October to 11 November 2009. The tour consists of 7 ODIs which Australia won 4-2.

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
ODI Series
ODI 2913 25 October Mahendra Singh Dhoni Ricky Ponting Reliance Stadium, Vadodara  Australia by 4 runs
ODI 2915 28 October Mahendra Singh Dhoni Ricky Ponting VCA Stadium, Nagpur  India by 99 runs
ODI 2918 31 October Mahendra Singh Dhoni Ricky Ponting Feroz Shah Kotla, Delhi  India by 6 wickets
ODI 2919 2 November Mahendra Singh Dhoni Ricky Ponting PCA Stadium, Mohali  Australia by 24 runs
ODI 2923 5 November Mahendra Singh Dhoni Ricky Ponting Rajiv Gandhi Stadium, Hyderabad  Australia by 3 runs
ODI 2925 8 November Mahendra Singh Dhoni Ricky Ponting Nehru Stadium, Guwahati  Australia by 6 wickets
ODI 2928a 11 November Mahendra Singh Dhoni Ricky Ponting Brabourne Stadium, Mumbai Match abandoned without a ball bowled

Johnnie Walker All*Star Twenty20 match[edit]

The Australian Cricket team played an exhibition Twenty20 match against an all star cricket team featuring up and coming first class cricketers and Australian cricket legends to open the 2009/10 summer of international cricket in Australia. The Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) XI all star team consisted of legends Adam Gilchrist, Matthew Hayden, Glenn McGrath & Shane Warne who is the captain. They were coached by former Australian fast bowler Dennis Lillee.

22 November 2009
Scorecard
Australian XI
5/173 (20 overs)
v
ACA XI
9/156 (20 overs)
Cameron White 44* (24)
Glenn McGrath 3/18 (4 overs)
Lee Carseldine 41 (31)
Clint McKay 3/18 (4 overs)
Australian XI won by 17 runs
The Gabba, Brisbane, Australia
Umpires: Bruce Oxenford and Paul Reiffel
Player of the match: Glenn McGrath

West Indies in Australia[edit]

The tour began with a practice match for the West Indians against Queensland starting 18 November. The first test began on 26 November and the tour will conclude on 23 February with a T20I. In all the tour included one First Class match, one List A match, three Tests, five ODIs and two T20Is.[6]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Test Series
Test 1936 26–30 November Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Australia by an innings and 65 runs
Test 1939 4–8 December Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle Adelaide Oval, Adelaide Match Drawn
Test 1941 16–20 December Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle WACA Ground, Perth  Australia won by 35 runs
ODI Series
ODI 2950 7 February Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia won by 113 runs
ODI 2952 9 February Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Australia won by 8 wickets
ODI 2954 12 February Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney No result
ODI 2955 14 February Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Australia won by 50 runs
ODI 2960 19 February Ricky Ponting Chris Gayle Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia won by 125 runs
T20I Series
T20I 146 21 February Michael Clarke Chris Gayle Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Australia won by 38 runs
T20I 147 23 February Michael Clarke Chris Gayle Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Australia won by 8 wickets

Pakistan in Australia[edit]

The tour started on 19 December with a three-day first class match against Tasmania. This was followed on 26 December with the Boxing Day Test match at the MCG. It concluded on 5 February with a T20I at the MCG. In all the tour included three tests, five ODIs and a T20I.[7]

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Test Series
Test 1943 26–30 December Ricky Ponting Mohammed Yousuf Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia by 170 runs
Test 1945 3–7 January Ricky Ponting Mohammad Yousuf Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Australia by 36 runs
Test 1947 14–18 January Ricky Ponting Mohammad Yousuf Bellerive Oval, Hobart  Australia by 231 runs
ODI Series
ODI 2944 22 January Ricky Ponting Mohammad Yousuf Brisbane Cricket Ground, Brisbane  Australia by 5 wickets
ODI 2945 24 January Ricky Ponting Mohammad Yousuf Sydney Cricket Ground, Sydney  Australia by 140 runs
ODI 2946 26 January Ricky Ponting Mohammad Yousuf Adelaide Oval, Adelaide  Australia by 40 runs
ODI 2947 29 January Ricky Ponting Mohammad Yousuf Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth  Australia by 135 runs
ODI 2948 31 January Ricky Ponting Shahid Afridi Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth  Australia by 2 wickets
T20I Series
T20I 134 5 February Michael Clarke Shoaib Malik Melbourne Cricket Ground, Melbourne  Australia by 2 runs

Tour of New Zealand[edit]

The Australia Cricket Team toured New Zealand from 26 February to 31 March 2010. The tour consisted of 2 Twenty20s, 5 One Day Internationals and 2 Tests.

No. Date Home Captain Away Captain Venue Result
Twenty20 Series
T20I 148 26 February Daniel Vettori Michael Clarke Westpac Stadium, Wellington  Australia by 6 wickets
T20I 149 28 February Daniel Vettori Michael Clarke AMI Stadium, Christchurch Match tied.  New Zealand won in Super Over
ODI Series
ODI 2966 3 March Ross Taylor Ricky Ponting McLean Park, Napier  New Zealand won by 2 wickets
ODI 2969 6 March Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Eden Park, Auckland  Australia by 12 runs (D/L method)
ODI 2971 9 March Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Seddon Park, Hamilton  Australia by 6 wickets
ODI 2973 11 March Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Eden Park, Auckland  Australia by 6 wickets (D/L method)
ODI 2975 13 March Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Westpac Stadium, Wellington  New Zealand won by 51 runs
Test Series
Test 1955 19–23 March Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Basin Reserve, Wellington  Australia by 10 wickets
Test 1957 27–31 March Daniel Vettori Ricky Ponting Seddon Park, Hamilton |  Australia by 176 runs

Important events[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Tait overlooked for Australia contract Cricinfo. Retrieved 19 November 2009
  2. ^ ODI/Twenty20 shirt numbers Cricinfo. Retrieved 20 November 2009
  3. ^ "Australia v Pakistan ODI Series, 2009". Cricinfo. 
  4. ^ "Australia and Pakistan to play five ODIs in UAE". cricinfo. 27 February 2009. 
  5. ^ "South Africa confirmed as Champions Trophy hosts". Cricinfo. Archived from the original on 12 June 2009. Retrieved 20 July 2009. 
  6. ^ "West Indies tour of Australia Fixtures". Cricinfo. Archived from the original on 25 June 2009. Retrieved 20 July 2009. 
  7. ^ "Pakistan tour of Australia Fixtures". Cricinfo. Archived from the original on 25 June 2009. Retrieved 20 July 2009.