The Ashes 2023 – Live TV Coverage on Sky Sports, Streaming on NOW, Sky GO

The Ashes on Sky Sports

The 2023 Ashes series will take place in June and July 2023 with live TV coverage on Sky Sports.

The series of Test cricket matches between England and Australia will be played at Edgbaston, Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford and The Oval.

Australia are the holders of the Ashes going into the series, having won the last series at home 4–0.

The series will be the 73rd Ashes series overall and the 37th to take place in England.

This series will also mark the first time in the Ashes’ 139-year history that no Test will take place in August, in an Ashes series hosted by England.

The series was brought forward to June and July, so as not to clash with The Hundred tournament, due to start in August.

Test Dates

First Test (Edgbaston) Friday June 16 – Tuesday June 20 (11am start)

Second Test (Lord’s) Wednesday June 28 – Sunday July 2 (11am start)

Third Test (Clean Slate Headingley) Thursday July 6 – Monday July 10 (11am start)

Fourth Test (Emirates Old Trafford) Wednesday July 19 – Sunday July 23 (11am start)

Fifth Test (The Kia Oval) Thursday July 27 – Monday July 31 (11am start)

The Sky Sports Team

Ian Ward will front Sky Sports’ coverage of the 2023 Ashes in the company of Nasser Hussain, Mike Atherton, Ricky Ponting, Mark Taylor, Mel Jones, Eoin Morgan, Kevin Pietersen, Kumar Sangakkara, Mark Butcher and Dinesh Karthik.

Sir Andrew Strauss will join the team for the Test at Lord’s.

Live Streaming

The event will be shown live on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event, but will also be streamed on Sky’s online services, NOW and Sky Go.

Posted by Johnnie Larkin on Thursday 15 June 2023
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