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Who will be the ODI masters?

Who will be the ODI masters?

Australia and England are making headlines once again in the ODIs

Ready for even more live cricket featuring Australia and England? Good, because attention now turns to their thrilling ODI series

Australia v England ODI series, BT Sport 1/HD (CH 531/527)

It ain’t over yet. If you thought England’s tour of Australia ended with the Ashes Tests, have we got news for you. These fiercest of sporting rivals are engaged in battle once more with a mouth-watering ODI series – and you should expect things to get very feisty indeed.


This five-match showdown began in the early hours of Sunday 14 January, when two of cricket’s biggest foes squared off at the iconic MCG in Melbourne. 


Following a decisive victory in that match, England still have a point to prove on this, ahem, eventful tour of theirs. But don’t expect Australia to go down without an almighty fight. With their collective tails up, Aaron Finch, David Warner and co. will have only one thing on their minds – to rub England’s noses in it.


Want to know when and where you can enjoy every reverse sweep, stumping and six in this series? Take a look below at the itinerary and start planning. Not much of a night owl? Don't forget that you can record all of the action...



Australia v England ODI series, live on BT Sport


2nd ODI – Friday 19 January, 3am, BT Sport 1/HD (CH 531/527)

3rd ODI – Sunday 21 January, 3am, BT Sport 1/HD (CH 531/527)

4th ODI – Friday 26 January, 3am, BT Sport 1/HD (CH 531/527)

5th ODI – Sunday 28 January, 3am, BT Sport 1/HD (CH 531/527)

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