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ECB ‘targeting’ 10-year extension with Sky

Birmingham Phoenix batter Liam Livingstone hits out watched by Alex Davies of the Southern Brave during The Hundred 2021 final match (by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

The England and Wales Cricket Board is in advanced talks over a 10-year extension to its rights deal with pay-television broadcaster Sky, according to The Times.

Sky’s current five-year deal is due to expire in 2024, and the UK newspaper said ECB chief executive Tom Harrison is keen to conclude an extension ahead of his expected exit from the governing body within the next few months.

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