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How to follow, listen to and watch England Men's Test series against West Indies

Timings, venues and details on how to follow the action as England Men take on West Indies in the #raisethebat Test series.

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How to follow, listen to and watch England Men's Test series against West Indies

The team celebrate a wicket in South Africa

Here's everything you need to know as England Men face West Indies in the three-match #raisethebat Test series.

Where and when do England play their three Test matches?

8-12 July: 1st Test - Ageas Bowl, Southampton

16-20 July: 2nd Test - Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

24-28 July: 3rd Test - Emirates Old Trafford, Manchester

What time does play start?

Play is due to start each day at 11am UK time.

How can I follow play?

You can keep up to date with the action via our dedicated match centres with scorecard and match clips.

1st Test

2nd Test

3rd Test

Alternatively, download our app for iOS and Android users to get your live scores.

Extended highlights will also be available on shortly after the close of play.

You can watch all of the match action from Southampton live on Sky Sports' dedicated Sky Sports Cricket channel.

Sky Sports News will also have post-play reactions and regular updates, alongside live blogging and a range of analysis on both and the app. 

BBC Test Match Special will provide live ball-by-ball coverage with updates on BBC 5live, the BBC News Channel and BBC Sport Online. 

UK users can access in-play highlights of all the best moments shortly after they've happened on the BBC Sport website, as well as a daily highlights package, called 'Today at the Test' shortly after the close of play presented by Isa Guha on BBC Two.

England Men's Test squad



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