The Ashes are now in Perth and so the Test has started.
There’s not much cricket left to watch.
It’s not like you can tune into the BBC for the first time in the middle of the night.
The BBC is broadcasting the first Test between Australia and England, the final Test in Melbourne and the final Ashes Test.
The BBC will stream the Test in Australia via Sky.
If you want to watch it online you’ll need a Sky account.
You can sign up to the Sky Sports subscription service for £12.99 a year.
This year’s Ashes Test is set to be the first of a series of two-and-a-half matches in Perth.
It’s a test that will be watched by millions of people across the globe.
For the first day of the Test, the BBC has posted a teaser on Twitter and Instagram.
Here’s what you need to know about the first match between Australia, England and England.
First day of Test starts at 6pm GMT on Friday.
Australia will play England in the opening match of the Ashes Test, at 10.30pm GMT.
Australia is the team that defeated England in this series in 2015, winning the Test at Eden Park.
England’s Ashes series against Australia will start at the same time as this match, which will be the fourth Test in a row that has been decided in a Test.
Auckland-born captain Michael Clarke will take charge of the side that defeated Australia in Melbourne last year.
Captain David Warner will be replaced by the 23-year-old Australian batsman Brad Haddin.
England have a lot of firepower in their batting line-up, including two experienced seamers in Kane Williamson and Tom Curran.
Harbhajan Singh, who scored the opening Test century against England in 2017, will be available to take over the batting duties for the third Test.
England will be without three of their most popular players.
Stuart Broad is out with a knee injury, Chris Woakes is recovering from a hamstring injury and Ben Stokes is out for the second Ashes Test due to a knee problem.
Glenn Maxwell, who was injured in the second Test, will miss the second innings due to injury.
All the players have been training hard for this Test, and they’ll all be fit to play in the third match.
England, who are in first place in the Test rankings, are favourites to win this Test.
But there’s a lot at stake for Australia.
They’re looking to win their third Test in four days, with a win on Friday, and have the advantage over England if they can beat Australia by two runs.
There will be plenty of excitement surrounding the match.
After winning the 2015 Ashes, Australia’s coach Michael Clarke is looking to bring his team back into the Ashes in 2019.
In the last Test, England lost the series 3-0 in the last four overs of the first innings.
What you need the most to know ahead of the second test is that the second match in a series is usually the first to be played after the first.
Australia have not played a Test in England since the 2007 series in Melbourne.
Both teams are looking for their first Test win in Australia since the 2015 series in Perth in the first series.
David Warner is set for a return to the field on Saturday.
Kane Williamson is set in charge of England for the fourth time in seven years.
Jonathan Trott has made five Ashes Test centuries, which is the most by any Test batsman.
Tom Curran is set against Kane Williamson.
Liam Dawson has scored three centuries in the past two Tests against Australia.
Michael Clarke has taken a team that has lost six Test series to Australia to the brink of victory.
When: Friday, November 5: Perth, AustraliaTICKETS: Tickets for the Australia-England Test can be purchased by clicking here.
Live on Sky Sports: The Ashes Test starts on Friday at 6.30am GMT (8.30AM AEST) on Sky Sport.
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