The Ashes 2019 – Fourth Test – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports, Highlights on Channel 5

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The Ashes 2019 – Fourth Test – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports, Highlights on Channel 5
Updated on Wednesday 4 September 2019
Posted by @TVNewsroom

Sky Sports will broadcast live Ashes cricket this week, 4th-8th September, as the fourth Test in the five-match series between England and Australia takes place at Emirates Old Trafford.

Anticipation for this encounter has been at fever pitch since the Third Test at Headingley, when Ben Stokes’ incredible final-day innings helped England to one of their greatest victories in the history of the sport, and levelled the series at 1-1.

A win for Australia means they will retain the Ashes. They won the opening Test match at Edgbaston by 251 runs. The second Test at Lord’s was drawn.

All five days of the Test will be shown live on Sky Sports Cricket from 10am each morning. Channel 5 will air nightly highlights from 7pm each night of the Test.

Sky’s live coverage will also be streamed live online via Sky Go and Now TV.

TV Schedule

Day 1 – Wednesday 4th September
10am – Live – Sky Sports Cricket
7pm – Highlights – Channel 5

Day 2 – Thursday 5th September
10am – Live – Sky Sports Cricket
7pm – Highlights – Channel 5

Day 3 – Friday 6th September
10am – Live – Sky Sports Cricket
7pm – Highlights – Channel 5

Day 4 – Saturday 7th September
10am – Live – Sky Sports Cricket
7pm – Highlights – Channel 5

Day 5 – Sunday 8th September
10am – Live – Sky Sports Cricket
7pm – Highlights – Channel 5

The fifth and final Test will take place from 12th-16th September 2019 at the Oval.

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