2006 International Fixtures and Domestic Finals for the England Cricket Team

England v Sri Lanka

npower Test Series Twenty20 International Natwest Series

Thu May 11-Mon May 15 - 1st npower Test, Lord’s

Thu May 25-Mon May 29 - 2nd npower Test, Edgbaston

Fri Jun 2-Tue Jun 6 - 3rd npower Test, Trent Bridge

Thu Jun 15 - Rose Bowl

Sat Jun 17 - 1st One-Day International, Lord’s

Tue Jun 20 - 2nd One-Day International, The Brit Oval

Sat Jun 24 - 3rd One-Day International, Riverside

Wed Jun 28- 4th One-Day International, Old Trafford

Sat Jul 1 - 5th One-Day International, Headingley

England v Pakistan

npower Test Series Twenty20 International Natwest Series

Thu Jul 13-Mon Jul 17 - 1st npower Test, Lord’s

Thu Jul 27-Mon Jul 31 - 2nd npower Test, Old Trafford

Fri Aug 4-Tue Aug 8 - 3rd npower Test, Headingley

Thu Aug 17-Mon Aug 21 - 4th npower Test, The Brit Oval

 

Mon Aug 28 - Bristol

 

Wed Aug 30 - 1st One-Day International, Cardiff

Sat Sep 2 - 2nd One-Day International, Lord’s

Tue Sep 5 - 3rd One-Day International, Rose Bowl

Fri Sep 8 - 4th One-Day International, Trent Bridge

Sun Sep 10 - 5th One-Day International, Edgbaston

Domestic competition finals 2006

Twenty20 Cup Finals Day C/G Trophy Final  

Sat Aug 12 - Trent Bridge

 

 

Sat Aug 26 - Lords

 

 

Eligibility of Players

Although the English cricket team represents England and Wales, any British citizen is eligible for selection by England without qualification.  In previous years, the Scottish and Northern Irish cricketers have played international cricket for England, along with the English and the Welsh.  Players can qualify to play for a country by nationality, place of birth or residence, in accordance to the ICC Regulations.  This has resulted in many non-British players playing for England. 

In previous years, England has been captained by two South Africans.  The English team has had a mixture of Africans, Australians and New Zealanders play for them.  It is often the case that British players play for another Home Nation as well as for England.  As an example, in the 1999 World Cup Gavin Hamilton played for Scotland and later played one Test match for England.

 
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