Sky Sports Will Provide UK Web Users with Live Ashes Cricket Streaming.
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is one of international cricket's most celebrated rivalries and dates back to 1882. It is currently played biennially, alternately in England and Australia. However, since cricket is a summer game, the venues being in opposite hemispheres means the break between series alternates between 18 and 30 months. 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
England currently holds The Ashes, after beating Australia 3–1 to retain them in 2010-2011. The next Ashes series will be held in England in 2013. The Ashes is always scheduled together with limited overs cricket matches between England and Australia. These matches tend to include a series of Twenty20 and a One Day International (ODI) games.
Ashes Cricket Live on SkyGo:
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