A number of test cricket matches will be taking place in the second half of 2015. These will entail many of the world's most prominent cricket sides competing in the ultimate challenge of endurance and skill. These include the Ashes series that will bring Australia and England together.
South Africa will be traveling to Bangladesh for a series of test matches from July 21-25 and July 30 to August 3. The first match will take place in Chittagong while the second will be in Dhaka. Faf due Plessis will be the captain for the Bangladesh side during this series.
India and Sri Lanka will continue their extended cricket rivalry will take place in August. Information on when the cricket matches will take place is unclear but it is known that there will be three test matches taking place in August and that they will all be held in Sri Lanka.
India will then return home to take on South Africa in four test matches in September and October. The dates for these tour matches is unknown at this time.
The biggest test cricket series will be the 2015 Ashes series. The series between Australia and England will be hosted by England. Michael Clarke has been named the captain for Australia while the captain for England has yet to be announced.
The Ashes series will entail five test matches with the first going from July 8-12. The last will be on August 20-24. The matches will be held in various cricket venues around England like Lord's in London and Trent Bridge in Nottingham. The first match will actually be in Wales as SWALEC Stadium in Cardiff will be hosting the event.
These test matches are all big events to watch for in the world of cricket. These are events that are expected to be popular options for those who are interested in betting on cricket and will entail plenty of challenges for all competitors to get into.