No, sometimes they go on tours to England for friendly tests.
Your topic is: 'Ashes Tests".
The Ashes series are only between Australia and England. But occasionally the two countries may play a test while on tour that is not Ashes related.
Whoever answered above is probably an indian.... every single test between Australia and England is an Ashes Test.
Correction: Ashes tests are five match series, if a series less than 5 match, that will not be a ashes (But i haven't seen it before )!
why did this current cricket ashes series take place
Ashes is a legendary cricket series that is played between Australia and England. The series has a great history and great captains like Ian Botham, Alain Border etc have contributed to their sides victory in the Ashes tournament. England and Australia are the two teams in Ashes 09
Ashes Test series is played between Australia and England.
The Ashes cricket tournament is held between two teams Australia & England. These games are held either in Australia or in England. Some of the great venues that have hosted Ashes tournament matches are: Sydney, Melbourne, Lords etc.
Yes i think
ashes is a test series played between Australia and England and in both the countries
The Ashes is a Test cricket series, played between England and Australia. It is one of international cricket's most celebrated rivalries and dates back to 1882. It is currently played biennially, alternately in England and Australia. A series of "The Ashes" now comprises five Test matches, two innings per match, under the regular rules for international Test-match cricket. If a series is drawn then the country already holding the Ashes retains them.