England v South Africa: Watch every match live on Sky Sports
By Sky Sports Cricket
Last Updated: 05/07/17 10:10am
England and South Africa continue their summer series with a four-Test series live on Sky Sports from 6th July.
Eoin Morgan's side took the honours in the ODI and T20 series but now it's time for Joe Root to take the reins after replacing Alastair Cook as Test skipper earlier in the year.
In a world first for Test cricket, Sky Q customers in the UK and Ireland can look forward to every ball of England's Test series against South Africa in stunning ultra high-definition with picture quality four times that of HD TV. To find out more click here. You can continue to watch the Proteas' tour in full on across all our platforms.
WAYS TO WATCH
Don't miss a ball - check out our live coverage on Sky Sports and Sky Sports for iPad app. Here's the schedule. For Sky Sports' cricket listings in full click here.
FIXTURES / RESULTS
ODIs; England 2-1 South Africa
T20s: England 2-1 South Africa
Tests: England v South Africa - available in Ultra HD
1st Test (Lord's): 6-10 July
2nd Test (Trent Bridge): 14-18 July
3rd Test (Kia Oval): 27-31 July
4th Test (Emirates Old Trafford): 4-8 August
Sky Sports for iPhone / Android / iPad and skysports.com: don't miss our live rolling blog of each game featuring in-play live video clips, as well as match reports, news, reaction, analysis, scorecards, videos and podcasts.
Ultra HD: In a world first for Test cricket, Sky Q customers in the UK and Ireland can look forward to every ball of England's Test series against South Africa in stunning ultra high-definition with picture quality four times that of HD TV. For more information, click here.
Sky Go: stay with the action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Android smartphones with the Sky Go app.
Twitter: 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
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.