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Ashes 2017

Ashes 2017

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Ashes 2017 Live

Ashes 2017 Live

Cricket’s most hotly contested Test series, The Ashes, is now upon, with England vs Australia set to dominate the TV sets of sporting fans in the UK, Australia and beyond over the coming weeks. Want to follow all the action wherever you are? This guide reveals all you need to know to live stream the 2017 Ashes cricket.

In the UK, BT Sport owns the rights to full coverage of the The Ashes 2017 First Test, which begins on Thursday November 23 in Brisbane and sees Joe Root takes charge of the English side, after Ben Stokes was stripped of the captaincy.

Of course, the time difference means that the first ball will actually be bowled in the wee hours here in the UK – pundits are predicting that action will get underway at around 12am tonight (Wednesday November 22 – so technically Thursday November 23), with lunch scheduled for 2am GMT on Thursday November 23.

BT Sport 1 is the channel you need to tune in to, with coverage starting at 11pm GMT. Online viewers can live stream the action via BTSport.com. You’ll need to be a subscriber to follow the action live, but highlights will be available for free on BTSport.com and the BT Sport app from 7pm GMT every day.

England’s Ashes rookies James Vince and Mark Stoneman continue to build a solid partnership on the first day of the opening Magellan Ashes Test in Brisbane.

First-drop batsman Vince and opener Stoneman had weathered the Australia bowlers to take the visitors to lunch at 1-59, where Brisbane showers delayed the start of the second session.

Play resumed at 2.15pm AEST, and will be extended an hour to make up for lost time.

The pair came together in the third over of the day after Mitchell Starc struck early to remove former captain Alastair Cook, who was caught at first slip by Peter Handscomb for two.

Australia could have had a second in just the fourth over when Mark Stoneman turned a ball off the hip just past Shaun Marsh at short leg, with noted close fielding specialist Cameron Bancroft standing in the slips cordon.