Where to watch Ashes cricket

Nov 24 2010 2 Comments Elliot

The Ashes is one of the biggest events in the Cricket calendar, it only comes around once every 2 years and when it does the entire nation of both teams, England and Australia, urge their team on.

If you are looking to watch Ashes cricket on your TV or Online you can find out here what channels or websites will be showing the Ashes cricket.

Below is a summary of some of the places you will be able to watch Ashes cricket:

Watching Ashes Cricket online casino Online:

Watching Ashes Cricket  in England:

  • Sky Sports 1 & Sky Sports HD 1 – Channel 401/408

Watching Ashes Cricket in Australia:

  • Channel 9

If you have any suggestions for additional places to watch ashes cricket please comment below and I will add them to the list.

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Elliot is a cricket fanatic and does his best not to miss a game. As a cricketer himself he likes to stay up to date with all the cricket news. Ashes prediction: 2 - 1 England.

2 Responses to Where to watch Ashes cricket

  1. Jamie says: says:

    The next time it comes around, take pity on the US and give us some way to watch it live. Some of us here actually like Cricket.

  2. Heather says: says:

    Hi Jamie,
    I have a friend in the US who watches it on http://www.cric7.com/link3.html. He says it stutters occasionally, but it’s better than nothing!

    If there’s a better service, I’d be pleased to hear about it.

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