BT Sport will show England's tours of the West Indies and New Zealand

BT Sport sign multi-year deal to show England’s tours of the West Indies and New Zealand… with Joe Root’s men set to travel the Caribbean in 2022 and Women’s side heading to Christchurch for first ODI later this month

  • BT Sport will show England cricket action from the West Indies and New Zealand 
  • Joe Root’s men are set to travel to Caribbean next year as they seek revenge 
  • The broadcaster will also air the women’s tour against the Kiwis this month   

BT Sport have announced a deal to show England cricket in the West Indies and New Zealand – with the action set to start this month as the women’s side travel to Christchurch for their first ODI.

The broadcaster has secured a multi-year agreement to air all men’s and women’s domestic and international action in the two regions – with Joe Root’s side set to travel to the Caribbean next year in search of revenge after their loss to the West Indies in 2019.

Aside from England, their package will include West Indies taking on Sri Lanka in February and March 2022, while the hosts will also welcome South Africa, Australia and Pakistan over the summer. 

BT Sport have announced a multi-year deal to show cricket in the West Indies and New Zealand

Joe Root’s men will travel the Caribbean in 2022 looking for revenge after their 2019 loss

Meanwhile, Ireland are also set to play the Windies for three One Day and three T20 internationals next year.

BT is looking to step up its cricket coverage and has already shown matches from New Zealand after airing their Test victory over Pakistan – and is set to broadcast their series against Australia in Feburary as well as the visit of Bangladesh the following month. 

Rachel Knight, of BT Sport, said: ‘We want to provide customers with the best sport from across the globe, so we are delighted to add the England men’s and women’s cricket teams to our line up. 

‘In addition to some hugely important and enticing Test and T20 International matches over the next 18 months, the new rights in New Zealand and West Indies will see the world’s top cricketers regularly on BT Sport.’ 

The broadcaster’s deal will also see domestic and international action from New Zealand

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