The 2017/18 Ashes get underway this week as England defend the urn in Australia after their thrilling 3-2 triumph over the old enemy two years ago.
All five Tests will be shown exclusive live in the UK on BT Sport, where legendary cricket captains Michael Vaughan and Ricky Ponting reunite to provide match commentary.
Vaughan and Ponting, the English and Australian figureheads of one of the greatest Ashes series of all time in 2005, are part of an all-star BT Sport punditry line-up in Australia.
Cricketing greats Geoffrey Boycott and Adam Gilchrist will be joined in the commentary box by three-time Ashes winner Graeme Swann and Damien Fleming, who won the Ashes twice with Australia, alongside award-winning broadcaster Alison Mitchell.
The coverage will be presented by BT Sport’s Matt Smith.
Along with the daily live coverage there’ll be a 90 minute highlights programme. Short highlights of the Ashes will also be made available for free every evening from 7pm on btsport.com and on the BT Sport App.
Coverage of the first day of the first Test starts at 11.00pm on BT Sport 1 then from 11.30pm the remaining four days.
All live sessions will be streamed on BTSports.com and via the BT Sport App.
November 23rd-27th: The Gabba, Brisbane
December 2nd-6th: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide
December 14th-18th: Waca, Perth
December 26th-30th: MCG, Melbourne
January 4th-8th: SCG, Sydney
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