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Sky Sports has won the rights to England's 2016 cricket tour of Bangladesh.

The deal includes two Tests and three One-Day Internationals. It means that Sky Sports will show all England's matches for the next two years exclusively live.

Sky recently won the rights to England's tour against Pakistan in the UAE next month.

Over the next five years, Sky will show over 50 England Tests, and more than 360 days of scheduled live England cricket. It will also show every ICC competition until 2023.

"Sky Sports will offer the complete England story – home and away – over the next two years," said Barney Francis, managing director of Sky Sports. "It's exciting times for English cricket and thanks to this agreement our viewers can follow the team's progress in all formats of the game, including ICC events.

"There's a real sense of excitement building around English cricket after a thrilling Ashes summer and Sky will be with the team every step of the way."

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