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Topic # 242826 15-Nov-2018 19:52
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Hi 

 

 

 

I am keen to watch SL vs England but it isn't on sky. I can't work out who has the rights for NZ

 

TIA


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  Reply # 2129431 19-Nov-2018 14:05
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If Sky didn't buy the rights, then I would suggest that no one has it. Sky seems not to purchase non-NZ cricket events (other the Australian summer cricket season, and Ashes). For example, they didn't broadcast the recent Australia vs Pakistan (in UAE) games last month.


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  Reply # 2129530 19-Nov-2018 15:27
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stinger:

 

If Sky didn't buy the rights, then I would suggest that no one has it. Sky seems not to purchase non-NZ cricket events (other the Australian summer cricket season, and Ashes). For example, they didn't broadcast the recent Australia vs Pakistan (in UAE) games last month.

 

 

 

 

Not entirely true. It depends on the deal negotiated and the country. They did show India vs West Indies from India, India vs England from England and also England tour to India, India vs Australia in India and other non NZ series other than the above mentioned. 





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