England’s winter travels take them to New Zealand in February and March – and you can watch the action live on our dedicated channel, Sky Sports Cricket (channel 404).
You can also keep up with the action across our digital channels if you are out and about. It all starts with the conclusion of the T20 Tri Series featuring New Zealand, England and Australia. Here’s how…
Check out our live coverage on Sky Sports Cricket and Sky Sports for iPad with our schedule below. Click here for Sky Sports’ cricket listings in full.
T20 TRI SERIES
New Zealand v England, Wellington – Tuesday, February 13, 5.30am
New Zealand vs England
February 13, 2018, 5:30am
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New Zealand v Australia, Auckland – Friday, February 16, 5.30am
New Zealand v England, Hamilton – Sunday, February 18, 5.30am
Tri Series Final, Auckland – Wednesday, February 21, 5.30am
First ODI, Hamilton – Sunday, February 25, 12.30am
Second ODI, Mt Maunganui – Wednesday, February 28, 12.30am
Third ODI, Wellington – Saturday, March 3, 12.30am
Fourth ODI, Dunedin – Wednesday, March 7, 9.30pm
Fifth ODI, Christchurch – Saturday, March 10, 9.30pm
First Test, Auckland – Thursday, March 22, 12.30am
Second Test, Christchurch – Friday, March 30, 10pm
Sky Sports for iPhone / Android / iPad and skysports.com: don’t miss our live rolling blogs featuring in-play live video clips, as well as match reports, news, reaction, analysis, scorecards, videos and podcasts.
Sky Go: stay with the action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Android smartphones with the Sky Go app.
Twitter and Facebook: follow @SkyCricket for score updates and news throughout the series.
Highlights: watch the best bits from each match again – or catch up – with our highlights programme and debate show (after each day’s Test play)
Sky Q: the best of our video content showcased on our next generation box, which can record and store more than before and even save recordings to your devices to watch when you’re out and about. Sky Q customers can also use the Sky Sports News HQ app to get scorecards and video clips as well as catching up with highlights via the red button.