The home Cricket World Cup and Ashes series will be two of 2019’s biggest sporting events. With Sky TV’s Sky Sports Cricket pass, you’ll be sure to catch every moment of this summer’s action.
From England and Wales hosting the 2019 Cricket World Cup – which started on the 30th of May and runs all the way to the 14th of July – to the upcoming home Ashes series, it’s going to be one of the biggest summers of cricket in recent memory.
Not only is the cricket action actually being held on these shores, but England is grappling with something that is a little unfamiliar – favouritism. England was named favourites by bookies and pundits alike ahead of the two major tournaments of the summer – a welcome change from past years when the inventors of the game were occasionally turned into whipping boys.
Led by captain Joe Root, the England squad is a mix of wily veterans and talented youngsters who have surged to the top of the ICC ODI rankings. The England squad – who will be overseen by coach Trevor Bayliss in his final tournament – hoping to claim their country’s first ever ODI trophy to add to their 2010 capture of the Twenty20 World Cup.
Where can I watch?
Besides England playing in their preferred conditions, the other great thing about a home Cricket World Cup is that the time-zones are perfect. No more late nights or early mornings leading to sunglasses and pots of coffee in the office.
Sky Sports is showing all 48 matches of the Cricket World Cup – from the group stages to the knockout and final.
|July 9||Semi-Finals One||Old Trafford|
|July 11||Semi-Finals Two||Edgbaston|
Not an England fan? It doesn’t matter – From Afghanistan to the West Indies and everyone in between, you’ll see your favourite team live on Sky Sports.
Compare Now TV Plans
- 7-day free trial
- Service Only Plan
- 8 Content Genres
- Service Only Plan
- 1 Content Genres
The Ashes will also be live on Sky from the opening delivery until stumps every day. Check out the full schedule below:
|Date / Time||Event||Stadium||Channel|
|Aug 1-5; From 10.00am||First Test||Edgbaston||Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event|
|Aug 14-18; From 10.00am||Second Test||Lord’s||Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event|
|Aug 22-26; From 10.00am||Third Test||Headingley||Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event|
|Sept 4-8; From 10.00am||Fourth Test||Old Trafford||Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event|
|Sept 12-16; From 10.00am||Fifth Test||The Oval||Sky Sports Cricket & Main Event|
Are there any special offers?
Summers like 2019 don’t come around so often – and neither do deals like these. Sky TV is offering a great deal to make sure you don’t miss out on any of the action.
Their summer of cricket deal will get you every delivery, wicket, catch, run and boundary – down to an almost 50 percent discount from the usual monthly deal. That’s some savings you can’t miss! Once the summer is over, the price will revert to the usual monthly fee for the remainder of the 18-month deal.
But it doesn’t begin and end with cricket. By upgrading to the regular Sky Sports, you’ll also have access to Sky Sports channels offering football, rugby, basketball, motorsport and lots more. While we can’t promise your favourite will lift one or both of these trophies, we can guarantee you’ll have the best seats in the house.