Sri Lanka v England on Sky Sports Cricket: How to watch every ball
Last Updated: 05/11/18 10:39am
England emerged as ODI and T20 victors in the white-ball section of their tour of Sri Lanka, but can they add Test success?
Joe Root is back at the helm as the tourists head into a three-Test series, aiming to build on their 4-1 summer victory over India.
Do not miss a ball on Sky Sports Cricket as we bring you live action of the teams in action across all three formats.
Check out our live coverage on Sky Sports Cricket with our schedule below. Click here for Sky Sports' cricket listings in full.
1st ODI (D/N) - Dambulla: Match abandoned due to rain
2nd ODI - Dambulla: England win by 31 runs (DLS)
3rd ODI (D/N) - Kandy: England win by seven wickets
4th ODI - Kandy: England win by 18 runs (DLS)
5th ODI (D/N) - Colombo: Sri Lanka win by 219 runs (DLS)
Only T20 - Colombo: England win by 30 runs
1st Test - Galle: Tuesday, November 6 to Saturday, November 10, 4am, Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event
2nd Test - Kandy: Wednesday, November 14 to Sunday, November 18, 4am, Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event
3rd Test - Colombo: Friday, November 23 to Tuesday, November 27, 4am, Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event
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