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Date/Time Match/Program Channels Live
Mon Aug 31
14:00 GMT
15:00 local
England vs Australia
Only T20I
Sophia Gardens, Cardiff
BBC Radio 5 Live Extra, NOW TV, Sky Go UK, SuperSport 5 Africa, OSN Sports Cricket, SKY GO Extra, Sky Sports 2/HD, SuperSport 5 Live 
Thu Sep 3
13:00 GMT
14:00 local
England vs Australia
1st ODI
The Rose Bowl, Southampton
OSN Sports Cricket Live 
Sat Sep 5
09:30 GMT
10:30 local
England vs Australia
2nd ODI
Lord\'s, London
OSN Sports Cricket Live 

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