Ashes Cricket Series 2021-22
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The Ashes, the oldest rivalry of cricket between England and Australia will start on Wednesday, December 8. The first match of Ashes 2021 will take place at the Gabba.

Australia, led by Pat Cummins will seek victory in this series. After winning the T20 World Cup 2021, the team is at the peak of its confidence. They are very dangerous in their home ground. They defeated England in a 4-0 series in the last Ashes played in Australia. This time, they will try to repeat the history.

World’s No. 4 ranked team England will be led by Joe Root in the Ashes 2021. It’s great news for the team that, Ben Stokes will be joining the series. He missed a major part of 2021 due to injury. Jofra Archer will not be available. In the last Ashes held in 2019, England managed to draw the series in 2-2.

Today, we will know, when, where, and how to watch the series here.

Full Schedule of The Ashes 2021:

The Ashes will start on 8 December and will continue till 18 January. The first test will start on 8 December and will end on 12 December. Each day will start at 12 am GMT.

The full schedule of Ashes 2021 is given below:

First Test: 8-12 December, play each day starts at 12 am GMT

Second Test: 16-20 December, play starts at 4 am GMT

Third Test: 26-30 December, play starts at 11.30 pm GMT on December 25

Fourth Test: 5-9 January, play starts at 11.30 pm GMT on January 4

Fifth Test: 14-18 January, play starts at 2.30am GMT (TBC)

Venue:

The matches will be hosted in five different venues in Australia. Here are the lists of the venues:

First TestGabba, Brisbane
Second TestAdelaide Oval, Adelaide
Third TestMCG, Melbourne
Fourth TestSCG, Sydney
Fifth TestTBC*

How To Watch The Ashes 2021 Between Australia and England:

Live Streaming Option:

Kayo Sports will broadcast the live stream of the Ashes 2021 for the cricket fans of Australia. Their paid subscribers will be able to watch all the matches of Ashes there. The monthly subscription fee of Kayo Sports will cost you $25 a month.

Ashes will also be available in the BT Sports app in the UK. The monthly BT Sports pass costs £25. If you are living in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan, or the surrounding countries, you can live stream the series on the Sony Liv app. But they will want a monthly subscription which will cost you RS 299.

You can watch the Ashes 2021 live from anywhere in the world by using a VPN. For the highest speed streaming experience, you can subscribe to ExpressVPN. You will have to select the specific region to watch the match. Click here to see the best deals on ExpressVPN. 

TV Broadcasting Info:

Various TV channels will broadcast the Ashes series all over the world. In the USA, Willow TV has the right to broadcast the Ashes live to cricket fans. If you are living in the UK, you can watch the Ashes series on BT Sports.

Channel 7 will broadcast the Ashes tournament in Australia. If you don,t have this channel, you can watch the whole series on Fox Sports. You will just need a cable tv subscription to watch the match there.

In the Indian Subcontinent, the Ashes tournament will be available on the Sony Sports Network. Sony 6 will broadcast the match to the cricket fans. Sky Sports will telecast the series in New Zealand. In the UAE and the countries of the Middle East, you will be able to watch the matches of the series on beIN Sports.

Contact your cable operator, you are out of the coverage of these channels.

Full Squad List of Ashes 2021:

England:

Joe Root (c), Jos Buttler (VC, wk), Jimmy Anderson, Jonny Bairstow, Dom Bess, Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Zak Crawley, Haseeb Hameed, Dan Lawrence, Jack Leach, Dawid Malan, Craig Overton, Ollie Pope, Ollie Robinson, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Mark Wood

Australia:

Pat Cummins (c), Steve Smith (VC), Alex Carey (wk), Cameron Green, Josh Hazlewood, Marcus Harris, Travis Head, Usman Khawaja, Marnus Labuschagne, Nathan Lyon, Michael Neser, Jhye Richardson, Mitchell Starc, Mithcell Swepson, David Warner

Head to Head Series Records:

  • Total Ashes Series: 71
  • Australia Won: 33
  • England Won: 32
  • Drawn:6

Conclusion:

This is one of the most prestigious series of cricket. Cricket fans wait for this so eagerly for a long time for this event. Whether you are a fan of Australia or England, call your friends, order some pizza and catch all the actions of the Ashes Live.

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