CRICKET: ICC Champions Trophy 2013 – Exclusively live on Sky Sports

June 1, 2013

The eight best teams in international one-day cricket compete for the last-ever ICC Champions Trophy this summer with all the action only on Sky Sports.

Ahead of their Ashes visit later this summer, Australia will be aiming to claim their third consecutive Champions Trophy title in a row having won the competition in convincing fashion four years ago in South Africa and in India back in 2006.

They will face fierce competition from India, the number one ranked side in the world and current World Cup holders, hosts England, led by captain Alastair Cook, and a strong South African side.

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CRICKET: Sky Sports secures long-term deals for live international cricket

September 19, 2012

Sky Sports has strengthened its position as the home of live cricket by securing six more England overseas tours, including next year’s Ashes series in Australia, under three new deals.

Long-term agreements with three international cricket boards will bring a range of live test cricket from Australia (2012-2016), South Africa (2012-2020) and India (2012-2018), giving Sky Sports viewers exclusive live coverage of six England overseas series as well as series featuring every test playing nation.

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CRICKET: Sky Sports secures new ICC deal

May 1, 2012

England’s men and women’s cricket teams will defend their ICC world crowns exclusively live on Sky Sports under a new four-year deal.

The agreement with global rights holders and ICC host broadcaster ESPN Star Sports awards Sky Sports the rights to show all ICC events until 2015, beginning with this autumn’s World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka, and includes the next 50-over World Cup in Australasia.

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