Main Event could be another option rather than the ads they show during off time now, although they’d need to add it to Go/Now.
It is just a simulcast. It is not even Fox’s broadcast.
Yeah were you expecting anything more from Australia’s Sports Leader?
BJ, Mark Waugh and Brad Haddin in studio for day 1.
I thought Waugh is in India?
Fox Cricket seems to have secured the rights to the new Women’s Premier League competition:
How can I watch?
The WPL will be broadcast exclusively on Fox Cricket and Kayo Sports in Australia.
He was but only for the first two Tests (as a replacement for Michael Clarke). He has been replaced by Mitchell Johnson in India.
The team continued across Days 2 and 3.
Fox Cricket will broadcast the 2022/23 Sheffield Shield final between WA and Victoria live from WACA Ground at 12.45pm AEDT today. Play starts at 1pm.
Big downgrade from that first Shield Final in 2018/19 that got (essentially) the full Test-treatment.
7 announced they have exclusive rights to the world test championship final
Foxtel will continue to show IPL matches until at least 2027.
That suggests Foxtel did a deal with India’s Viacom18, which bought the IPL digital rights for Australia last year.
Howie calling IPL this season:
The said article
Tonight at 7.00pm on Fox Cricket
Host Brendon Julian is joined by Mark Waugh to provide in-depth analysis of the upcoming First Ashes Test between hosts England and Australia at Edgbaston.
Before the home summer gets underway, Australia will head to India in October/November to fight for the Cricket World Cup:
The 2023/24 BBL fixture was officially released at 10am AEST today, but some details were released exclusively to News Corp papers beforehand.
Apart from the reductions of the number of matches (40, 10 home and away games per team) and a new finals format, a major change is that there will be no Christmas Eve fixture this year.
Fox Cricket will again show every match live.
And there’s the reason why I won’t be watching it. Diluted the quality of the broadcast being simulcast.
Fox Cricket will have live coverage of the first ever season of Major League Cricket USA. It starts this Friday (July 14) at 10.10am AEST, when Texas Super Kings face Los Angeles Knight Riders, the first of eight league games at Grand Prairie Stadium in Texas before the teams move to Church Street Park Stadium in Morrisville, North Carolina for the next seven. Former Australian T20 and ODI captain Aaron Finch and Marcus Stoinis are playing for San Francisco Unicorns.