Channel 9 has released its full details for the Ashes.
Nine will screen the Ashes Test Series, two Twenty20 Internationals, and the One Day International Series, live and in high definition on GEM. Which is good to see given it’s usually full of repeats.
Tim Gilbert will host Nine’s broadcast from Sydney, joined on the expert panel by Ashes-winning Australian captains Ian Chappell and Mark Taylor, and former test players Ian Healy, Michael Slater and Brett Lee.
Nine News reporter Roz Kelly is on the road in England to cover all the cricket news and feature stories and report on the five Ashes test matches.
And if you can’t be in front of the television, be sure to keep up to speed on Australia’s most popular cricket destination, the Wide World of Sports website: wideworldofsports.com.au. You won’t miss a minute of the action with live scores and commentary, expert opinion, player profiles, breaking news, video highlights and other great features for cricket fans.
Ashes Test Series
July 10-14, 2013 – Trent Bridge Live at 7.30pm AEST
July 18-22, 2013 – Lord’s Live at 7.30pm AEST
August 1-5, 2013 – Old Trafford Live at 7.30pm AEST
August 9-13, 2013 – Durham Live at 7.30pm AEST
August 21-25, 2013 – The Oval Live at 7.30pm AEST
August 30, 2013 (August 29 in England) – The Ageas Bowl Live at 03.30am AEST
August 31, 2013 – Durham Live at 11.30pm AEST
One Day International Series
September 6, 2013 – Headingley Live at 7.00pm AEST
September 8, 2013 – Old Trafford Live at 7.00pm AEST
September 11, 2013 – Edgbaston Live at 11.00pm AEST
September 14, 2013 – SWALEC Stadium Live at 7.00pm AEST
September 16, 2013 – The Ageas Bowl Live at 11.00pm AEST
NB: Broadcast times are subject to change. Please check local TV guides.