Cricket Australia today released a revised 2022-23 international schedule which sees the T20I match against England, previously scheduled to be played at the Gabba, replace the South Africa ODI match that was set to unfold at Perth Stadium on Tuesday 17 January.

CA and CSA had sought to find alternate timeslots for the Men’s ODIs, but unfortunately, due to the congested international schedule including the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, there were no alternative dates available.

WA Cricket CEO Christina Matthews said:

“While it’s disappointing we won’t be welcoming South Africa to Perth for the ODI match in January, we’re very excited to be hosting the Australian T20 team against England at Perth Stadium in October.

“It is fantastic that we will have world-class cricket back in Perth in less than three months’ time, and hopefully see some of our local stars in the middle.  

“Not only does the rivalry between defending champions Australia and England run deep, but these two teams stand comfortably among the world’s most destructive white ball sides.  

“This match kicks off a very exciting schedule of International and domestic cricket in Perth highlighted by the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, the first Test of the summer, six WBBL Scorchers home matches and MBBL Scorchers fixtures. 

“It’s shaping up to be a fantastic summer of cricket and I’m looking forward to seeing Perth buzzing with cricket and bringing in players and fans from overseas and across the country.” 

2022-23 International Schedule | Perth 

Men’s Dettol T20I Series v England 
October 9: Perth Stadium | Whadjuk Land 

Men’s ICC T20 World Cup 
October 22: England v Afghanistan, Perth Stadium | Whadjuk Land 
October 25: Australia v Group A Winner, Perth Stadium | Whadjuk Land 
October 27: Pakistan v Group B Winner, Perth Stadium | Whadjuk Land 
October 30: Pakistan v Group A Runner-Up, Perth Stadium | Whadjuk Land 
October 30: India v South Africa, Perth Stadium | Whadjuk Land 

Men’s Vodafone Test Series v West Indies  
November 30 – December 4: Perth Stadium | Whadjuk Land

Tickets for the summer of cricket go on sale to the general public on July 22.