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Here's everything you need to know about The Women's Ashes series as Australia and England battle it out on BT Sport.

CRICKET 09/11/17 14:38

England’s women will attempt to win the Ashes back from Australia this winter, with all the action live on BT Sport.

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How the Women’s Ashes is won

The Women's Ashes is decided on points accumulated by all formats of the game. Teams earn four points for a win and two for a draw in the Test, with two points for a win in all limited-overs games.

Watching the Test

The Sydney Test will be brought to you live on the BT Sport app and on BTSport.com from Thursday 9 November until Sunday 12 November.

All four days play will be absolutely FREE for anyone to watch, even if you're not a BT Sport subscriber!

On both platforms we'll be giving you the chance to watch via the enhanced video player that keeps you up to date with the latest in-play stats, moments and replays of each day.

If you've not yet signed up to BT Sport - the home of the Ashes this winter - we can get you set up in just 15 minutes right here!

Watch the 2017-18 Ashes exclusively on BT SportFixtures & Results

October 22: 1st ODI, Brisbane (0.15am) - Australia won by two wickets (Australia 2pts; lead series 2-0)
October 26: 2nd ODI, Coffs Harbour (4.40am) - Australia won by 75 runs (DLS method) (Australia 2pts; lead series 4-0)
October 29: 3rd ODI, Coffs Harbour (0.15am) - England won by 20 runs (DLS method) (England 2pts; Australia lead series 4-2)
November 9-12: Only Test, Sydney (d/n) (3.30am)
November 17: 1st Twenty20 international, Sydney  (8.10am)
November 19: 2nd Twenty20 international, Canberra (3.35am)
November 21: 3rd Twenty20 international, Canberra (8.10am)

England squad

Heather Knight (Captain, Berkshire), Tammy Beaumont (Kent), Katherine Brunt (Yorkshire), Sophie Ecclestone (Lancashire), Georgia Elwiss (Sussex), Jenny Gunn (Warwickshire), Alex Hartley (Lancashire), Danielle Hazell (Yorkshire), Laura Marsh (Kent), Nat Sciver (Surrey), Anya Shrubsole (Somerset), Sarah Taylor (wk, Sussex), Fran Wilson (Middlesex), Lauren Winfield (Yorkshire), Danni Wyatt (Sussex)

Can’t watch Women’s Ashes live?

We’ll be showing highlights on BTSport.com and the BT Sport app shortly after the close of play each day. 

There will also be several opportunities to catch a re-run either on TV or online – consult our TV Guide for more information on broadcast times.