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    Investec Ashes Australia v England Test Series 2015 Full Cricket Schedule, Channels Telecasting, Match Timings


    Investec Ashes – Australia v England Test Series 2015 will start from July 8th, 2015 in Australia. Investec Ashes is one of mother of clashes in Cricket. The fight is for Investec Ashes Urn. The five venues for the series will be

    – Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
    – Lord’s, London
    – Edgbaston, Birmingham
    – Trent Bridge, Nottingham
    – Kennington Oval, London

    England lost the Ashes in Australia last time. They lost Kevin as well. They will look to do well in thier own back yard and try to win back Ashes Urn against Australia.

    Ashes-Urn-2013-14

    Australia is a very strong side. They blew away England in Australia. It was all Mitchell Johnson show. This time round it could be Mitchell Starc show. They will look to win the Ashes Series in England.

    In total there will be 5 Tests matches. It is a long tour which goes till August 24th, 2014.

    I am also providing below Australia v England Investec Ashes 2015 Match Timings in IST (Indian Standard Time).

    Click here to Watch Ashes 2015 Live Streaming for FREE Legally Online on PC and Mobile

    Channels telecasting Australia v England, Investec Ashes 2015


    * England — Nine Network, Fox Sports (Live)
    * Canada — Asian Television Network -ATN (Live)
    * Europe — Eurosport2 (Live)(including France, Denmark, Algeria, Sweden, Austria, Finland, Monaco, Cyprus and Russia)
    * India — STAR Sports (Live)
    * Ireland – Sky Sports
    * Middle East —Arab Digital Distribution (Live)
    * New Zealand — SKY Network Television (Live)
    * Pakistan – PTV Sports
    * South Africa & Zimbabwe — Supersport (Live)
    * United Kingdom — Sky Sports (Live), BBC – Highlights
    * United States — DirectTV (Live), WIllow TV
    * West Indies – Caribbean Media Corporation (Live)

    Match Timings Australia v England, Investec Ashes 2015:

    Date and Time Match
    Wed Jul 8 – Sun Jul 12

    11:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 15:30 IST | 15:00 PST
    1st Test – Australia v England
    Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
    Thu Jul 16 – Mon Jul 20
    11:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 15:30 IST | 15:00 PST
    2nd Test – Australia v England
    Lord’s, London
    Wed Jul 29 – Sun Aug 2

    11:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 15:30 IST | 15:00 PST
    3rd Test – Australia v England
    Edgbaston, Birmingham
    Thu Aug 6 – Mon Aug 10
    11:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 15:30 IST | 15:00 PST
    4th Test – Australia v England
    Trent Bridge, Nottingham
    Thu Aug 20 – Mon Aug 24
    11:00 local | 10:00 GMT | 15:30 IST | 15:00 PST
    5th Test – Australia v England
    Kennington Oval, London

    Investec Ashes 2015 Latest News

    David Warner has said that losing Graeme Swann, on top of relenquishing the Ashes, was like a knockout blow to England
    Kevin Pietersen insists he is in as good a shape as any time during his international career despite his poor form in this Ashes series
    Michael Clarke has insisted he is living in the moment as Australia’s Ashes-winning captain rather than looking beyond the Boxing Day Test, because he knows how quickly perceptions can change as the result of success or failure
    Shane Watson’s chances of a rare injury-free summer suffered a blow when he left the field with soreness in his right groin on Boxing Day
    The MCG has reported a world-record attendance for a day of Test cricket, with 90,831 spectators officially accounted for during the final session on Boxing Day
    Australia’s batsmen demonstrated familiar frailty as they batted second for the first time in the series and lurched to 9 for 164, still 91 behind
    Kevin Pietersen has blamed England’s schedule for the side’s disappointing performance in Australia
    Nathan Lyon took 5 for 50, including his 100th Test wicket, as he and Mitchell Johnson inspired another England collapse to set up a chase of 231 for a 4-0 series lead
    Australia’s coach Darren Lehmann has conceded Ryan Harris is a doubtful starter for the Sydney Test, while Shane Watson’s position could come under scrutiny if he is unable to bowl
    This time last year, the thought of Australia’s cricketers reaching Sydney with a 4-0 Ashes margin in their pockets seemed about as likely as that of the long discarded Chris Rogers making a century in the Boxing Day Test
    Ricky Ponting never bowl first in a Test again after Edgbaston 2005 and Michael Clarke knew it was a gamble when he did it Melbourne, but was able to relax after Australia’s big victory
    Andrew Strauss, whose alliance with Andy Flower was at the heart of England’s success, has insisted he remains the best coach available and that he should not be made a scapegoat for a humiliating Ashes series.
    Alastair Cook insisted he was “100% wanting to carry on” as England captain but was obliged to defend his senior players, the side’s coaches and his own position in the aftermath of defeat in Melbourne
    Australia’s potential No.3 for the Sydney Test, Alex Doolan has said it was not until Ricky Ponting told him last summer that he was good enough for Test cricket that he really believed in himself
    Mitchell Johnson sees no reason to apologise for his verbal assault on Kevin Pietersen even after discovering a child was wandering across the sightscreen when he pulled away
    Tasmania batsman Alex Doolan could make his Test debut in Sydney after being added to Australia’s squad
    England team director Andy Flower will meet with the new managing director of England cricket, Paul Downton, in Sydney over the New Year to plot a way forward for the team after their disastrous tour of Australia
    Andy Flower admitted it feels like the end of an era for his England Test team but does not believe the changing of the guard among the players has to be replicated in the captaincy or coaching staff
    Craig McDermott expect Ryan Harris to be fit for the final Ashes Test and is equally adamant a rich next generation of pace bowlers must be raised with the expectation to play long Test series
    James Pattinson will audition for the upcoming Test tour of South Africa in the one-day series against England, having been named for his international return from injury
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