Ashes Events Centre

The Sky Sports Ashes Events Centre is the ultimate way to experience the action as England take on Australia in the fifth Test, at the Oval.

Last Updated: 20/08/13 at 12:10

Watch live ball-by-ball coverage on your PC, iPad or mobile and have the best of Sky Cricket's analysis at your fingertips on our first-ever second screen experience for cricket as Alastair Cook's side - having won the Ashes - attempt to win the series 4-0.

An integrated timeline of session-by-session highlights allows you to scroll back so you'll never miss a key incident before returning to the action without missing a delivery.

What's more, our in-running match stats and text commentary will keep you right up-to-date as the action unfolds.

The Ashes Events Centre also features an integrated Hawk-Eye app giving fans the ability to review every ball and the best analytical tools used in the commentary box, including pitch maps, worms and player statistics.

So whether you want to analyse the latest DRS controversy, break down the bowling tactics of each team or check out any ball or over in isolation, you are in control, while an integrated social media feed allows you to interact and share your views on Twitter.

Former England captain and Sky Cricket commentator Nasser Hussain said: "The Ashes Events Centre means you've now got no excuse to miss a single ball of this series - whether you're at home, at work or on the move.

"I love the way it allows you to watch and analyse the action as it happens - it's as good as being in the commentary box itself as it takes you to the heart of the greatest battle in cricket."

The Ashes Events Centre is available via the Sky Sports iPad app and online. | Sky Sports for iPad is available at no extra cost to Sky TV customers with Sky Sports.

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