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Last Updated: 16/07/13 at 08:58 Post Comment

Our cricket-dedicated channel Sky Sports Ashes HD will show exclusively live ball-by ball coverage of the Investec Ashes series, which continues on Thursday from 10am, plus you can follow the action online and via mobile and selected tablet devices. Here's how...

Sky Sports Ashes HD: watch every session from cricket's most eagerly-awaited Test series and press the red button for the scorecard, match stats, highlights, interviews and features

Ashes Event Centre: our first-ever second screen experience for cricket allows you to watch live coverage on your ipad or mobile and features an integrated timeline of session-by-session highlights, in-running match stats and interactive Hawkeye analysis. iPad users can get a free upgrade from the App Store.

skysports.com: our new-look responsive section will bring you the latest news and player reaction, plus rolling image galleries, reports, video and a live interactive blog from each day's play

Score Centre: get team line-ups, scorecards, commentary, photos and match stats on your desktop or mobile - plus international and domestic scores and the latest odds from Sky Bet

Sky Go: don't miss a ball if you're on the move - stay across the action online, on iPhone, iPad or selected Android smartphones with the Sky Go app

NOW TV: watch Sky Sports Ashes - plus five other Sky Sports Channels - for 24 hours with a Sky Sports Day Pass from NOW TV. England legend and Sky Sports commentator Sir Ian Botham said: "The Ashes is the pinnacle of Test cricket and cricket fans have never had it so good. Bring it on."

Click here to find out more about watching the Ashes on Now TV or click here to Get Sky Sports. If you are already a Sky Sports customer you can visit our Ashes Events Centre here

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