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With the World Cup looming, Australia's season is split between the five-Test series against England and the triangular one-day series, which also involves Sri Lanka.

October
22 v Chairman's XI, Lilac Hill
Chairman's XI won by 58 runs

First class
24 - 25 v Western Australia, Perth
Match drawn

28 - 30 v Western Australia, Perth
Match drawn

November
2 - 4 v Queensland, Brisbane
Match drawn

7 - 11 First Test, Brisbane
Australia won by 384 runs

15 - 17 v Australia A, Hobart
Match drawn

21 - 25 Second Test, Adelaide
Australia won by an innings and 51 runs

29 - Dec 3 Third Test, Perth
Australia won by an innings and 48 runs

December
One-day
6 v New South Wales, Sydney
NSW won by eight wickets runs

8 v Australia A, Sydney D/N
Australia A won by 23 runs

10 v Prime Minister's XI, Canberra
Prime Minister's XI won by 4 wickets

13 v Australia, Sydney
Australia won by 7 wickets

15 v Australia, Melbourne D/N
Australia won by 89 runs

17 v Sri Lanka, Brisbane D/N
England won by 43 runs

20 v Sri Lanka, Perth D/N
England won by 95 runs

22 Australia v Sri Lanka, Perth D/N
Australia won by 142 runs

First class
26 - 30 Fourth Test, Melbourne
Australia won by 5 wickets

January
2 - 6 Fifth Test, Sydney
England won by 225 runs

One-day
8 v Bradman XI, Bowral
Bradman XI won by 6 wickets

9 Australia v Sri Lanka, Sydney D/N
Sri Lanka won by 79 runs

11 v Australia, Hobart
Australia won by 7 runs

13 v Sri Lanka, Sydney D/N
Sri Lanka won by 31 runs

15 Australia v Sri Lanka Brisbane D/N
Australia won by four wickets

17 v Sri Lanka, Adelaide D/N
England won by 19 runs

19 v Australia, Adelaide D/N
Australia won by 4 wickets

21 Australia v Sri Lanka, Melbourne D/N
Australia won by 9 wickets

23 England v Australia, 1st Final, Sydney D/N
Australia won by 10 wickets

25 England v Australia, 2nd Final, Melbourne D/N
Australia won by five runs

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