Ashes live streaming: Watch the final England vs Australia Test at The Oval preview
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Match: England vs Australia
Stage: Fifth Test of Five
Current score: England 1 – Australia 2
Date: September 12-16, 2019
Daily start time: 11:00 (UK time)
Stadium: Kia Oval, London
Ashes live streaming: Watch the final England vs Australia Test at The Oval: Quick links
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Ashes live streaming: The best way to watch the remaining Test at The Oval
Due to the iconic nature of The Ashes, and the already huge levels of interest in both England and Australia, live streaming options to watch are not simple.
Sky Sports hold the rights in the United Kingdom and you will need a paid subscription for that or NowTV to access the Ashes.
The best solution by far comes in Australia.
The Ashes is broadcast in Australia live and for free on the 9Now app, run by Channel 9, one of the biggest broadcasters in the country.
So, if you are arriving here from any country besides Australia, the absolute best option is a VPN and then set it to Australia, where you can then access 9Now.
9Now provides access to all of Nine’s coverage of The Ashes on channels 9, 9Gem and 9Go!
You will need to to login or create a free Nine Account to access the streams.
Via 9Now and a VPN you are covered for what should be a fantastic summer of action between England and Australia in The Ashes.
Ashes live streaming: How to watch England vs Australia in the Fifth Test at The Oval from anywhere in the world
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Ashes live streaming: England vs Australia Fifth Test preview
Australia have retained the Ashes, but the series is not quite decided…
By virtue of holding the little urn, Australia only had to avoid defeat in the series to ensure that they retained the Ashes.
In the end, despite some last day defiance until after Tea, Australia won the fourth Test in some style at Old Trafford.
Once again, Steve Smith was immovable and his runs have come at an incredible rate, not just in this series, but historically.
But, the Australian bowlers should also take credit too. The likes of Pat Cummings and Josh Hazlewood have been superb this series.
Throw in Mitchell Starc in the last Test and you have a bowling attack that has been better than England’s with Smith scoring runs at a rate not seen since Don Bradman.
Can England level the series at The Oval?
For England, the inquest into an Ashes defeat on home soil has already started.
Yet, England have named the same team for this clash with Australia at The Oval, which suggests plenty of players, particularly some of the batsman, have a lot to play for here.
Of course, England will also want to draw the series overall, and this remains a team that can pull out the unexpected, as they did at Headingley.
Ben Stokes failed to have the same impact at Old Trafford, but The Oval has seen special performances before and this could be no different.
The destination of the urn may be decided but both sides will be desperate for a win and a full house is expected at The Oval.
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Ashes 2019 schedule
First Test – 11:00am, 1-5 August at Edgbaston Cricket Ground, Birmingham. Australia won by 251 runs.
Second Test – 11:00am, 14-18 August at Lord’s Cricket Ground, St John’s Wood. Match between England and Australia drawn.
Third Test – 11:00am, 22-26 August at Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds. England won by one wicket.
Fourth Test – 11:00am, 4-8 September at Old Trafford Cricket Ground, Manchester. Australia won by 183 runs.
Fifth Test – 11:00am, 12-16 September at Kia Oval, Kennington
Ashes live streaming: England squad for the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval vs Australia
Jason Roy and Craig Overton have been dropped for the Fifth Test.
They will be replaced by Sam Curran and Chris Woakes.
Ben Stokes will play as a specialist batsman due to a shoulder injury.
Confirmed England XI for the final Ashes Test: Joe Root, Jofra Archer, Jonny Bairstow, Stuart Broad, Rory Burns, Jos Buttler, Sam Curran, Joe Denly, Jack Leach, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes.
Ashes live streaming: Australia squad for the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval vs England
Australia are expected to name the same team but do have great options in the bowling department and could rotate.
Australia XII for fourth Test: David Warner, Marcus Harris, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head, Matt Wade, Tim Paine (c, wk), Pat Cummins, Peter Siddle, Mitchell Starc, Nathan Lyon, Josh Hazlewood.