Fox Cricket Coverage


There’s more justification for Fox Cricket being a year round channel compared to Fox Footy & Fox League since the latter two hardly produces content to air during the offeseason


Yeah that’s true cricket is a all year round sport if you want to watch other countries play. Surprised the channel will only run to March.


Like jthommo said, Mumbrella has probably made an error. It would make no sense for things like the IPL to now mostly air on a generic Fox Sports channel



probably when all the shows finish


Confirmation that the new 2-part doco series 2 Nations, 1 Obsession will air on Fox Cricket next month.

The first instalment of 2 Nations, 1 Obsession will screen on Fox Cricket at 5.20pm on Wednesday, November 21 as a lead-in to Australia’s T20 International against India at the Gabba.

The second episode will air the following evening at 8.30pm, with the full documentary also available worldwide via Cricket Australia’s international broadcast partners.


New promo.


UAE will play their first Twenty20 match against Australia, by hosting them in Abu Dhabi on October 22, two days before the opening game of the T20 series between the Aussies and Pakistan. Not sure if it will be added to Fox Cricket’s coverage on late notice.


Former cricketer Brad Hogg revealed on Channel Seven Telethon this morning he would soon fly to Sri Lanka to commentate the home team’s test series against England for the host broadcaster. The first test starts at Galle on November 6.


I walked past Telstra shop and noticed that Fox Cricket showed full replays of the Gillette ODI Series that was previously telecasted by Channel 9.


Yes they showed highlights from two one day internationals from last summer. A new Fox Cricket classics title card replaced the WWOS opener.


Fox Cricket won’t be showing Australia’s Twenty20 match against United Arab Emirates, to be held at Abu Dhabi at 9pm AEDT. I know the match was only added to the itinerary last week but with some commentators still in UAE for the T20 series against Pakistan, surely Fox Sports can organise some TV coverage.
Instead it is replaying the first ODI between India and West Indies.


Do you want the commentators to film it?


No, what I mean is to have Fox Sports commentators calling the match against a local feed even though we have to tolerate the Arabic graphics.


As long as they film it in landscape on their mobile, it can’t be worse then the Socceroos game from Kuwait last week


November is Cricket Like Never Before Only on Fox Cricket

FOX CRICKET is the only destination for cricket fans this November when Australia renews rivalries with South Africa and India as the summer of cricket on home soil officially swings into action.

Australia will play three One Day Internationals and one T20 International against South Africa before taking on India in three T20 internationals at the end of November – with all seven games LIVE and ad-break free during play only on FOX CRICKET.

It all starts this Sunday, November 4 when Australia meet the Proteas at Optus Stadium in Perth, with FOX CRICKET’s live coverage on channel 501 commencing with a pre-match preview at 1.00pm and live match coverage from 2.20pm.

The Australia v South Africa ODI will also make history as the first ever LIVE 4K cricket match to be broadcast in Australia on Foxtel’s 4K channel (Channel 444), providing viewers with an amazing way to experience our national sport like never before.

The match heralds a new era for cricket broadcasting in Australia with FOX CRICKET and Foxtel set to deliver the biggest and best line-up of cricket ever offered in the one place:

An impressive and experienced commentary team will lead FOX CRICKET’s broadcast, over 30 commentators with 23 new faces, six female commentators and six national captains boasting combining to total 1,371 Test appearances between them and 154,472 runs.

The FOX CRICKET team will be headlined by Adam Gilchrist and Shane Warne, and also includes Mark Waugh, Isa Guha, Andrew Symonds, Mike Hussey, Brett Lee, Allan Border, Ian Healy, Mel Jones, Kerry O’Keeffe, Michael Vaughan, Brendon Julian, Jess Yates, Mark Howard, Mitchell Johnson, Darren Lehmann, John Hastings, Ellyse Perry, Alyssa Healy, Neroli Meadows, Sarah Jones, Katherine Loughnan, Alex Blackwell, Tom Morris and Megan Barnard. International voices Graeme Smith, Harsha Bhogle and Russel Arnold will provide expert opinion on the visiting teams.

November will also see FOX CRICKET broadcast 23 games of the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 tournament from the West Indies as Australia’s women’s team sets their eyes on the major prize.

Head of FOX SPORTS, Peter Campbell, said: “We are excited to be launching the Australian international summer on Sunday, November 4 as Australia renews our rivalry with South Africa and FOX CRICKET is the only place to see every ODI and T20I in November.

“Three ODIs and a T20I against South Africa and then three T20Is against India. These matches are only on FOX CRICKET in November – you won’t see these matches on free-to-air television.

“In FOX CRICKET we are creating the ultimate destination for cricket fans to watch our national game like never before – with no ad-breaks during play, a dedicated 24/7 channel and a commentary team that assembles some of the finest cricket talent the game has seen – men and women, Australian and international.

“Our investment in our cricket coverage will include all men’s ODIs, T20I, Tests and selected BBL matches in 4K. We’re also bringing further innovation to the game with never before seen or heard enhancements – look out for the Flying Fox.

“It’s a new era for cricket in Australia, ODIs, T20s, all Test matches played in Australia, all BBL matches, WBBL matches, the ICC Women’s World T20, the ICC Men’s World Cup and all of that together is only available on FOX CRICKET.”

Cricket can also get closer to the game by accessing FOX CRICKET’s brand new App which delivers the latest news, fixtures, scores, stats and video from across the world of cricket. Plus, Foxtel eligible sports customers can enjoy round-the-clock live streaming of the FOX CRICKET channel to watch when they are on the go.

In addition, will be the destination to follow the action online, with all the latest news and results, comprehensive video highlights and plenty of insights from the FOX CRICKET commentators with regular podcasts, columns and live Q&As.

FOX CRICKET is part of Foxtel’s plan to deliver the world’s best content both to watch live and stream. Whether through our incredible IQ4 with 4K capability or any device using Foxtel GO, anytime, anywhere.

FOX CRICKET – its cricket like never before.

FOX SPORTS is available on Foxtel.

Sunday November 4: Australia v South Africa 1st ODI (Perth)
Friday November 9: Australia v South Africa 2nd ODI (Adelaide)
Sunday November 11: Australia v South Africa 3rd ODI (Hobart)
Saturday November 17: Australia v South Africa 1st T20 (Gold Coast)
Wednesday November 21: Australia v India 1st T20 (Brisbane)
Friday November 23: Australia v India 2nd T20 (Melbourne)
Sunday November 25: Australia v India 3rd T20 (Sydney)

Saturday November 10: New Zealand v India
Saturday November 10: Australia v Pakistan
Saturday November 10: Wests Indies v Bangladesh
Sunday November 11: England v Sri Lanka
Monday November 12: India v Pakistan
Monday November 12: Australia v Ireland
Tuesday November 13: England v Bangladesh
Tuesday November 13: Sri Lanka v South Africa
Wednesday November 14: Pakistan v Ireland
Wednesday November 14: Australia v New Zealand
Thursday November 15: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh
Thursday November 15: West Indies v South Africa
Friday November 16: India v Ireland
Friday November 16: New Zealand v Pakistan
Saturday November 17: England v South Africa
Saturday November 17: West Indies v Sri Lanka
Sunday November 18: India v Australia
Sunday November 18: New Zealand v Ireland
Monday November 19: West Indies v England
Monday November 19: South Africa v Bangladesh
Friday November 23: Semi-Final 1
Friday November 23: Semi-Final 2
Sunday November 25: Final


Adam Gilchrist, Shane Warne, Isa Guha, Mark Howard, Kerry O’Keeffe, Mike Hussey, Mark Waugh, Neroli Meadows and Graeme Smith will be on board for the first ODI in Perth this Sunday.


Today’s coverage (all times AEDT)
1.15pm Pre-Game: Prime Minister’s XI v South Africa
1.50pm Prime Minister’s XI v South Africa session 1
5.20pm The Big Break
5.50pm Prime Minister’s XI v South Africa session 2
9.35pm Post-Game: Prime Minister’s XI v South Africa


Sarah Jones and Brett Lee hosting today’s game from Canberra.


Could also watch the matche in the cricket Australia app.