Cricket fans who want to watch the England vs. Australia match livestream will be in luck, with a chance to watch The Ashes 2017 matchup.

Australia has already taken a 1-0 lead in The Ashes on the strength of a 10-wicket win in Brisbane, and the teams will face off in the second Test match on Saturday. The match will be the first time an Ashes Test has ever been played with a pink ball and under the lights. The second Ashes test is set to start at 2 p.m. local time in Australia (10:30 p.m. ET), with the action continuing through December 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6.

Day-night Test matches were added to The Ashes in 2015 in an effort to boost attendance, and so far has done a good job in attracting more attention to the series.

Concerns for England heading into the second Test

Fans who watch a livestream of the England vs. Australia livestream could see an English squad hamstrung by injury. Star bowler Moeen Ali may not be available for the second Test match after cutting his finger in the first Test loss in Brisbane. He will still be able to play as a batsman, the BBC reported, but may not be available to bowl. If he is out, that would leave England with Jake Ball and Craig Overton to compete in the final pace spot and only Joe Root as a slow bowler.

History may not be on England's side as they prepare for the second Test at The Ashes.

The team has only two victories ever after falling down 1-0 in the series, the BBC report noted. But there could be some advantages for England, including a soft pitch with the match being played in the evening. Joe Root told BBC Sport that the moisture on the pitch in the evening will make it easier for England's bowlers, one of their top skill positions.

The ball was changed from the traditional red to pink to be seen easier at night, which should help both Australia and England. It will also be a benefit to fans, making the ball easier to see under the bright lights.

How to watch The Ashes livestream

Those who want to watch The Ashes livestream will have a few different options.

The match's online coverage will be available on BT Sport, with free highlights offered on and on the BT Sport app. The network is available by signing up for a 12-month package with a Sky box, the Express reported.

Those who watch the England vs. Australia cricket match livestream are likely to see a close match, with experts saying the longtime rivals are very closely matched and England will be hungry for a win to get back into the series.