Royal London ODI series between England and New Zealand, which comes to Derby on Tuesday 10 July, will be televised live on Sky.
Sky will host more international matches featuring ICC Women’s World Cup winners England than ever before, as the broadcaster televises its biggest ever summer of women’s cricket.
The Women’s World Cup, which started in Derby last summer, was Sky’s most watched women’s sporting event ever, with a peak of over 1.1 million viewers during the final at Lord’s.
The Club hosted eight Women’s World Cup fixtures in 2017, including two sold out games, and in total over 10,000 people attended matches at The 3aaa County Ground.
Tickets for the 50-over floodlit fixture between England and New Zealand, starting at 1pm at The 3aaa County Ground, are on sale now, priced at just £10 for Adults and £3 for Juniors.
The hotly-anticipated fixture, in which ICC Women’s Championship points are up for grabs, is included in Club Membership.
Clare Connor, ECB Director of England Women’s Cricket, added: “We are proud to continue working with Sky as we strive to raise the profile of women’s cricket off the back of an amazing 12 months, culminating in that unforgettable day at Lord’s.
“With two home international series on Sky this summer along with standalone Kia Super League games being broadcast for the first time, we are seeing the game continue to go from strength to strength.”
Saturday 7 July
England v New Zealand 1st ODI (Headingley)
Tuesday 10 July
England v New Zealand 2nd ODI (Derby)
Friday 13 July
England v New Zealand 3rd ODI (Leicester)
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