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Ashes 2019 live stream: how to watch the last England vs Australia cricket Test from anywhere

Ashes 2019 live stream: how to watch the last England vs Australia cricket Test from anywhere

If you think the last Ashes Test match is going to be a pointless dead rubber, then think again - you better believe that England and Australia will still be desperate to win at the Oval. And you can watch all of the action from the last England vs Australia Test match of 2019 no matter where you are in the world with our 2019 Ashes live stream guide.

Forget your World Cups and Twenty20s - winning the Ashes is the biggest feather in a cap for any cricketer from old rivals England and Australia. It's one of oldest sporting rivalries and the Ashes series still stands as the pinnacle of Test cricket. England will be smarting after the loss at Old Trafford, but Australia will be desperate not to lose at the Oval so that they can seal their first series win on English soil for almost 20 years.

The home side have had some great individual performances in the series (see Stuart Broad and Rory Burns), and some unforgettable memories thanks to Ben Stokes. But their batsmen - including captain Joe Root - didn't play wel

Australia went into the series with former captain Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft all reinstalled to the line-up after completing their bans for the infamous sandpaper ball-tampering scandal. And Steve Smith really has been the difference maker throughout. That said, plenty of praise should be heaped onto Pat Cummins' machine-like accuracy and Josh Hazelwood's nagging line.

It's set to continue to be a fascinating end to the series - follow the instructions below to watch all of the action where we'll tell you how to grab an England vs Australia Ashes live stream from pretty much anywhere on Earth. The great news...it's absolutely free in Australia.

Watch an Ashes live stream when away from your country

For cricket fans in the UK, Australia, India or the US and looking to find out how to watch the Ashes, we've got all the details about the broadcasters with the rights to show the England vs Australia Test series in your region below. 

If you're away from home country and looking to see the action you'll likely to find you won't be able to thanks to geo-blocking. Thankfully there's a way to alleviate that frustration. By using a VPN you'll be able to watch the game without having to resort to watching via an illegal feed from a dodgy website you've discovered on Reddit.

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What is the Ashes?

One of the longest-running rivalries in sport, the Ashes series is traditionally five Tests, hosted in turn by England and Australia at least once every two years.

Why is the Ashes called the Ashes?

The name of the Test series stems from when England lost to Australia for the first time on home soil at The Oval on August 29 1882. The Sporting Times carried a mock obituary of English cricket the following day which concluded that: "The body will be cremated and the ashes taken to Australia".

When England next toured Australia a pair of bails were burned and the ashes put into the now famous urn. These days, the players of the side who wins the series are given a replica to celebrate with, with the original Ashes urn on display in the MCC museum at Lord's cricket ground in London.

Who is favourite to win this year's Ashes?

Having not lost a home Ashes series since 2001, England are the outright favourites for a series win with Betfair.

Who are the current holders of the Ashes?

The Aussies are the current holders of the Ashes, having won the last series in convincing style 4-0, back in 2017.

Who has won the Ashes the most?

Australia are currently ahead on 33 Ashes series wins to England’s 32 and five series drawn.



By: TechRadar or engadget. New tech, tech news.

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