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England in Sri Lanka on Sky Sports: How to watch every ball live!

When is England's tour of Sri Lanka? What TV channel is it on? Every ball live on Sky Sports Cricket!

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Image: England's Joe Root' will lead his team in two Tests against Sri Lanka

England will contest two Tests on their tour of Sri Lanka. Here's how you can watch every ball live on Sky Sports Cricket!

Joe Root's side are looking to build on their 3-1 series success against South Africa in the winter but will have to do so without seamers James Anderson, Mark Wood and Jofra Archer.

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England in Sri Lanka fixtures


March 7-9: Tour match vs Sri Lanka XI, Katunayake - from 4.30am

March 12-15: Tour match vs Sri Lanka Board President's XI - from 4.30am

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Joe Root was delighted with England's display in their convincing third-Test win over South Africa and said it is a brilliant template for the team moving forward

Test series

March 19-23: First Test, Galle - Sky Sports Cricket from 4.15am (4am on day one)

March 27-31: Second Test, Colombo - Sky Sports Cricket from 4.15am (4am on day one, 5.15am from day three after clocks change on March 29)

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How to follow the action

Sky Sports Cricket: Watch every ball live on channel 404 in the company of our punditry team.

Sky Go: Stay with the live action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Android smartphones with the Sky Go app.

Highlights: Catch regular highlight shows from all the international matches on the tour

Sky Sports for iPhone / Android / iPad and Do not miss our live over-by-over blogs - featuring in-play video clips - plus match reports, pundit analysis, player reaction, video highlights, interviews and podcasts.

Now TV: Don't miss out on the drama - watch Sky Sports without a contract by buying a NowTV pass for a day, week or month. The choice is yours!

Twitter: Follow @SkyCricket for score updates, build-up and reaction videos with our pundits.

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 app to get scorecards and video clips as well as catching up with highlights via the red button.

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