Sky Sports have risen triumphant in the fight for television rights against BT Sport for the up and coming voyage through England against Pakistan in UAE in October.
This arrangement will be the first that Alastair Cook’s group will take part in after their triumph in Ashes 2015, as per Sky Sports.
As per the agreement which goes on for the following five years, Sky Sports will air more than 50 England Tests and more than 350 planned days of live England cricket and each ICC rivalry until 2023.
Sky went through a noteworthy blow before when it lost live scope of the following Ashes arrangement in 2017-18. Cricket Australia declared a five year deal with BT, accepted to be worth £80 million, to demonstrate its universal matches.
It is the first run through for Sky who lost the rights to a noteworthy England visit subsequent to 1990.
On the other hand, with the new arrangement fixed Sky Sports have figured out how to keep up their solid and dependable balance in games telecasts.