Live cricket coverage in the United Kingdom will become available to watch in 2017, after the UK Cricket Board announced that it will begin live streaming on BT Sport from August 2.
This will bring live cricket to more than one billion homes, which means more than 6 million households will have access to the new service.
This is a big boost for the UK’s cricket, which has struggled to catch up with the demand from the cricketing world, and with it, the rest of the world.
However, the UK doesn’t yet have a proper live stream, as it still has no broadcast service.
BT Sport will start streaming live cricket on August 2, and the UK will have its first live cricket coverage since 2010.
It will also be the first time the UK has ever broadcast live cricket matches live on the internet.
This is a major step forward for the sport in the country, and it comes as a huge relief for the BBC.
The BBC has been trying to get live cricket streaming to the UK for some time now, but has been stuck behind other broadcasters like ITV.
This new service will mean that the BBC is now able to be more active on the cricket pitch, and to broadcast live in more locations.
It is also a huge boost for cricket fans around the world, as cricket is not seen as something that is just for the English.
It has long been seen as a national sport, with the UK being the home of the national game.
It is a very big step forward in the sport for the country.
We are proud of our cricket and of the BBC’s commitment to bringing cricket to the British public and fans, but this is a huge step forward, as well as a tremendous boost for our cricket fans.
We know that cricket fans are looking for a more robust and more live-streamed experience, and this will help to achieve that.
We look forward to seeing how the new streaming service works out.
We’re thrilled to see that cricket is now on the rise in the world’s most powerful nation, and we look forward as we look ahead to live cricket for the rest to follow.