The cricket world is braced for a huge summer of competitions. Starting in May with the counterpart to England’s tour of New Zealand in February there was a two match series held at Lord’s Cricket Ground in London and then in Headingley, Leeds. This is closely followed by the last ever ICC Champions Trophy hosted across England and Wales at Edgbaston (Birmingham), Cardiff and The Kia Oval (London) and then hot on the heels of that, the first Ashes series of the year. The England boys will barely have time to breath between Ashes series this year as busy schedules have demanded that there be consecutive series, first in the UK and then in Australia just six months apart when usually they are played every 18 months. This busy schedule for the summer, along with the snippets of county cricket that they do opt to show means that rights to stream are in high demand. Well, you would think. Sky are proving to be somewhat of a saving grace for cricket fans as they are the only ones contracted to cover the matches – even highlights are few and far between with the Champions Trophy not being picked up by any terrestrial channels.
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