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  • The series, locked at , now moves to Bengaluru. England will want to end their tour on a high as Virat Kohli looks for his first T20I series win as captain.
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  • We come to an end of a long tour with the third T20 match between India and England on 1st of February.
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  • It might very rarely give out a proper contest between bat and ball, but considering the first two matches have been low scorers, neither team will complain too much over being able to get those bats of their to do the talking. As it stands, England are better equipped to win the boundary-hitting battle.
  • When new Sky boss Martin Stewart took over, he said the broadcaster needed to re-establish itself as the "home of sport", so this is another blow to that strategy.

The broadcaster has made significant forays into top-class sport in recent years, acquiring full Champions League and Europa League football rights, a slice of Premier League games plus elite European and English domestic rugby rights, as it battles Sky to be the major force in British sports television.

And this winter they are taking on cricket.

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In a big way. But how have BT fared so far?

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Will they achieve the standing in the game enjoyed by their predecessor? It is a smaller detail of a much wider debate revolving around cricket rights, the spread and cost thereof and the subsequent impact to the consumer that has been discussed by ECB suits, TV executives and Joe Bloke in the Dog and Duck for months if not years.

How long can BT and Sky share international cricket?

The next international cricket? Yet at the same time, this winter will leave Sky with a job on their hands to retain some of their cricketing audience.

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In theory, the competition should drive product quality to brave new levels. Instead, could BT and Sky inadvertently be pushing viewers into tuning out?

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And in this respect, cricket is no different to football. The use of illegal streams has risen significantly year on year — a BBC survey of Premier League fans last summer suggested as many as a third watch games via such online services — and cricket has been all too aware of the potential for its fans to resort to similar means for years.


Yet watching cricket on television has never been more expensive. Remember, up until you could watch most of the English summer Tests on free-to-air broadcaster Channel Four.


How can any generation be expected to keep on paying more for what is, in base terms, the same output? Sky have Amazon have recently acquired the UK rights to all ATP Tour tennis events with the exception of the Grand Slams, leaving Sky all-but empty-handed, and in Twitter completed a deal to show real-time highlights to a selection of Premier League football matches.

And then there is the rejuvenated BBC. From , the Beeb will show two England T20 internationals and 10 matches from the new T20 competition annually — the first time free-to-air live cricket has been available in the UK in 15 years.

Howzat for a huge summer of cricket?

Come the next ECB rights auction, there is no knowing who will hold the trump card. Still, like Sky, BT Sport show no intention of giving up the chase, even though they lost out to their rivals for the next five-year cycle.

In an interview with SportsPro in November, head of sport Simon Green seemed adamant that his channel has staying power. But BT and Sky are both in a battle to win over a changing digital audience — men and women with deep interests in sport but shallowing pockets and a blooming relationship with new media.

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