Seven Cricket Coverage

The only way I see them getting it is if they go with Fox again. But not sure if it would be the best thing or popular for CA about growing cricket in Australia.

7’s Test cricket coverage has been good so I don’t mind if they keep that.


Here is the fixture for this week’s WBBL finals.

For logistical reasons, the first two finals are held at the home venue of the second placed team (in this case, Karen Rolton Oval).
All three finals will be shown live on 7mate.



The Spin (social media preview about BBL) will return with a FTA episode prior to the first test match Wednesday 30 November 12:00 pm AEDT in Sydney and Melbourne on the main channel. 7 Mate in Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth.


Seven unveils star-studded cricket team

Test cricket and BBL live and free on Your Home of Cricket

As Australia awaits a summer of cricket like no other, the Seven Network has unveiled a star-studded commentary team, with a line-up brimming with internationally acclaimed icons, on and off the field.

Launching with the highly anticipated Australia v West Indies Test, before the heavyweight battle of the world between Australia and South Africa takes centre stage, Seven’s commentary team has received an incredible boost with the arrival of former Australian Cricket Team coach, Justin Langer.

Also joining Seven’s iconic cricket line-up, headlined by the incomparable Ricky Ponting, is three of the most celebrated international figures in the sport’s history: former West Indies fast bowlers Ian Bishop and Michael Holding, and former South African cricket star – and arguably the greatest fielder of his time – Jonty Rhodes.

Across an action-packed summer when an electrifying Big Bash League season will also have fans on the edge of their seats, these big names are just the start of Seven’s formidable on-air line-up.

A who’s who of former on-field stars and fan favourites will also return to Seven’s cricket team in 2022-23, including Greg Blewett, James Brayshaw, Trent Copeland, Callum Ferguson, Holly Ferling, Damien Fleming, Matthew Hayden, Brad Hodge, Erin Holland, Simon Katich, Tim Lane, Andy Maher, Mel McLaughlin, Alison Mitchell, Alister Nicholson, Jason Richardson, Lisa Sthalekar, Simon Taufel and Elyse Villani.

They will be joined by former New Zealand wicketkeeper Katey Martin off the back of her role with Seven’s WBBL coverage, while current Big Bash stars Sam Billings, Alex Carey, Aaron Finch, Moises Henriques and Glenn Maxwell will be regulars on Seven’s live and free BBL coverage.


With a Test rivalry dating back to 1930, Australia and the West Indies have produced some of sport’s most memorable moments.

This summer, fans can look forward to more unforgettable Test cricket action as the Aussies square off with the West Indies over a two-match Test series, live and free on Seven.

From the opening day of the first Test at Optus Stadium on Wednesday, 30 November, Ian Bishop and Michael Holding will be part of cricket’s premier commentary team, while Justin Langer joins for all five Australian Tests, alongside the game’s most astute commentator, Ponting.

gearing up for the iconic test match.

“Here in the Caribbean, we don’t just like cricket, we love it,” he said.

“We have created legends in Brian Lara and Sir Viv Richards… a new generation of West Indies greats are coming to break your hearts.”

From Saturday, 17 December, Seven’s cricket team will head north to the Gabba for the first of three Tests between Australia and South Africa.

The heavyweight battle of the world, Australia will face rivals South Africa in what is set to be a nail-biting Test Series, headlined by many of the world’s greats.

Joining Seven’s team for the South Africa Test will be Jonty Rhodes, who will provide expert commentary across the entire series, alongside Seven’s team of commentators.

Ahead of his commentary debut for Seven, Justin Langer said: “My favourite place to tour as a player, and coach, was the West Indies.

“Each country in the West Indies has its unique characteristics, but what is consistent is the West Indians’ love for the game of cricket. Their athleticism is elite, and their fast bowlers are always fun to watch. The West Indian fast bowlers love bowling bouncers and this always provides great entertainment. West Indies and Australian cricket each have a rich history. Let’s hope this summer adds more layers to that story.

“There is no love lost between Australia and South Africa. The last time the two teams met will be remembered in the folklore of cricket, albeit for the wrong reasons,” he said.

“Both teams have an amazing fast bowling cartel and I believe it will be the batting team that can best fight through these onslaughts that will come out on top. There is always plenty of spirit between these two teams and with the memory of their last Test series five years ago, it will be electric to watch.”


Straight after the Australia v West Indies Test wraps, a new season of the Big Bash League kicks off on Seven – and it promises to be the best yet.

BBL 12 will start with a bang on Tuesday, 13 December, on a blockbuster week of live and free cricket between the Australia v West Indies and Australia v South Africa Tests. To launch the star-studded season, fierce rivals the Sydney Thunder and Melbourne Stars will face off at Manuka Oval in Canberra from 7.00pm AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate.

The epic season-opener launches four-straight nights of BBL on Seven, each one featuring a prime-time blockbuster and a double-header on Friday night.

Across the 2022-23 summer, fans will again enjoy 45 games live and free on Seven, including all five Finals.

On 11 days of the season, live and free BBL matches will follow stumps in Australia’s Test series, including a super-mega day featuring back-to-back Big Bash clashes on top of a full day’s play in the Boxing Day Test.

The home and away fixture concludes on 25 January with a tantalising double-header on Seven featuring Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat at UTAS Stadium in Launceston, followed by Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder at the MCG.

The five-match finals series begins on Friday, 27 January, with the all-important Final scheduled for Saturday, 4 February.

Throughout the 2022-23 BBL season, cricket fans will once again be treated to Seven’s The Spin, hosted by Lisa Sthalekar, Jason Richardson and Brad Hodge, weekly on Channel 7, 7mate and 7plus.

Former Australian women’s captain Lisa Sthalekar is counting down the days to the start of the season.

“Given how difficult it has been the last few years operating with COVID, I expect the players and fans will see a real celebration of BBL this year,” she said.

“With the opportunity for so many of our Aussie stars to be available at the back end of the season, it brings the opportunity for an action-packed lead into Finals.

“The two most successful clubs, the Sixers and Scorchers, have again put together a quality squad and no doubt will be there in the Finals. Plus, their encounters are always nail bitting matches and I wouldn’t expect anything different this year.

“One player that we haven’t seen for a while in BBL is Andre Russell, and while he won’t be out for the entire competition, there’s no doubt he will provide plenty of entertainment. The other aspect I am looking forward to is a few of our Aussie stars coming back and playing BBL. It has been a while since we have seen Warner turn out for the Thunder and he will certainly want to show his dominance in this format!”


Continuing tonight at 7.00pm AEDT on 7mate, with the highly anticipated Challenger clash, Seven has cricket fans covered across all three WBBL Finals matches, including the all- important WBBL Final, hosted by the Sydney Sixers, this Saturday 26 November, at 5.00pm AEDT on 7mate.

Sthalekar commented: “The Sixers are looking pretty strong at the moment, but they won’t have played for a whole week, before the Final. Whoever meets them will have played at least one match during the week, maybe even two. The real question is can they get up for another match in amongst a sea of Magenta?”

“I would expect the usual suspects, the international stars to rise to the occasion, however, watch out for two young guns in the Brisbane Heat side, Charlie Knott and Georgia Voll.”

Following tonight’s Challenger match at 7.00pm AEDT on 7mate, hosted by the Adelaide Strikers at Karen Rolton Oval, Cricket fans can tune into The Front Bar: Cricket Edition, where Mick, Sam and Andy will be joined by former Australian batsman and 7Cricket commentator, Matthew Hayden, alongside iconic West Indies fast bowler, Sir Curtly Ambrose, to launch the 2022-23 Summer of Cricket on Seven.


From Monday, 16 January, Australia’s most-loved sports team will be back on the world stage, for the Australia v Pakistan Women’s International Series.

With three ODIs, followed by three T20 matches, Meg Lanning and Alyssa Healy’s adored team of Aussies will look to continue their incredibly strong form on the world stage over two weeks of women’s cricket action.

Managing Director Seven Melbourne and Head of Network Sport, Lewis Martin, said: “With an epic season that includes a super-charged new season of BBL, an energetic week of

WBBL Finals, two fantastic men’s Test Series and a women’s International Series, the new summer of cricket will be bigger than ever – and Seven has assembled an all-star commentary team to match.

“With Justin Langer joining Ricky Ponting in an on-air line-up that was already outstanding, only strengthened by the arrival of some of the game’s most iconic international stars, Seven has you covered this Summer.

“The only place to see it all live and free, is on Seven, Your Home of Cricket,” he said. Cricket Match Centre

Ahead of the 2022-23 Summer of Cricket, has created a one stop shop 7Cricket match centre.

With fixtures, live ball-by-ball commentary, stats, breaking news and exclusive 7Cricket stories, has all cricket fans covered for the 2022-23 Summer of Cricket, including Australia’s Test Series, BBL and WBBL and the Women’s International Series.

7Cricket Hub on 7plus

Throughout the 2022-23 Summer of Cricket, fans can tune into 7plus for live and on demand cricket content, including:

The Spin: Every week during the BBL season, Seven’s own Lisa Sthalekar, Brad Hodge and Jason Richardson take a deep dive into the wild word of Cricket, available live, free and on demand on 7plus

The Grade Cricketer: Comedic duo The Grade Cricketer are back on 7plus joined by some of the sport’s biggest names

Stumped: Hosted by Seven’s golden team of commentators, the cricket quiz that is so bad, it’s good returns to 7plus for the 2022-23 Summer of Cricket

Stars TV: Stars TV takes you inside the Big Bash League’s greatest club, the Melbourne Stars, with behind-the-scenes access to some of the biggest names and rising stars of world cricket. Available to stream now on 7plus.

Renegades Recruit: Cricketers from across Victoria come together to compete for a unique high-performance opportunity with the Renegades Academy. The winner of the show receives a unique opportunity to develop their cricket with the Renegades. Available to stream now on 7plus


Seven’s commentary team

Ian Bishop – Expert Commentator

Bishop is a previous Trinidadian top-of-the-line cricketer who represented the West Indies cricket team between 1988 and 1998 in Tests and ODIs. He achieved 100 Test wickets in just 21 Test matches. Bishop played his final Test against England in March 1998. He has since forged a successful career as a television commentator and joins Seven’s cricket coverage for the West Indies Test.

Greg Blewett – Expert Commentator

A stylish right-handed stroke-maker who played both Test and One Day International cricket for Australia, Blewett’s penchant for shots square of the wicket and powerful cover drive made him a natural entertainer. He played 46 Tests in a dominant Australian team from 1995 to 2000, scoring four centuries and regularly providing a valuable back-up bowling option as a medium pacer. Having impressed as a commentator in recent years, Blewett returns to Seven this summer for Test cricket and BBL 12.

Twitter : @blewy214 Instagram: gregblewett214

James Brayshaw – Host and Caller

Brayshaw enjoyed a distinguished cricket career at first-class level, averaging 42.53 runs across 75 matches as a top-order batsman. He was also part of two Sheffield Shield-winning teams, with Western Australia in 1987-88 and South Australia in 1995-96. Brayshaw has become a fan favourite since moving into television and radio, both as a host and commentator. This summer, he will co-host and call Australia’s Test series, plus BBL. Instagram: jamesbrayshaw

Trent Copeland – Expert Analysis

The star seamer continues to juggle his first-class career with New South Wales and commentary since joining Seven’s team in 2018-19. Copeland’s ongoing involvement in the Sheffield Shield means he brings rare insight to the commentary box, where he can draw on his first-hand knowledge of current players, many of whom he will play with or against this season. He puts this knowledge to excellent use with his plain-speaking match analysis that takes viewers inside the day’s play. Copeland will again unravel elite cricket’s tactics and strategy like no one else can during this summer’s Test series and the BBL.

Twitter : @copes9 Instagram: copes9

Callum Ferguson – Expert Commentator

Ferguson represented Australia in all three forms of the game, averaging an outstanding

41.43 runs over 30 ODI matches from 2009 to 2011. The South Australian right-hander also enjoyed a decorated 18-year first-class career with the Redbacks and played in the first 10 BBL seasons, captaining Sydney Thunder from 2019-20 to 2020-21. A revelation since making his on-air debut with Seven in this year’s WBBL tournament, Ferguson will bring his fresh voice and exceptional insight to the live and free BBL coverage this summer.

Twitter : @calferguson12 Instagram: calferguson12

Holly Ferling – Expert Commentator

Becoming a cricket sensation at only 14 years old after securing a hat-trick in her first three balls of her men’s grade debut, Ferling now represents Perth Scorchers in the WBBL. She debuted for the Australian Women’s Cricket Team at age 17, in all three formats – ODI, T20 and Test Cricket – while completing her schooling in Kingaroy, in country Queensland. Holly will feature across Seven’s WBBL and BBL coverage for the 2022-23 summer of cricket.

Twitter: @Holly_Ferling Instagram: HollyFerling

Damien Fleming – Expert Commentator

Fleming compiled an impressive career for Australia as a fast-medium swing bowler, taking 75 wickets at the excellent average of 25.89 in Test matches and 134 wickets in 88 One Day Internationals at 25.38. The Victorian’s career highlights include a Test hat-trick on debut against Pakistan, 31 Test wickets over the 1999-2000 summer and his key role in the victorious 1999 World Cup team. “Flem” has been equally successful since moving into the commentary box on television and radio, where fans have loved his entertaining and insightful “bowlology” theories.

Twitter : @bowlologist Instagram: bowlologist

Matthew Hayden – Expert Commentator

One of Australia’s greatest openers of all-time, the destructive left-hander menaced opposition bowling attacks across 103 Test matches from 1994 to 2009, averaging 50.74 and scoring 30 centuries. In 2003, he recorded the then-highest individual Test innings, 380 runs against Zimbabwe, a score that remains the second highest in Test history. Hayden also enjoyed a stellar ODI career, averaging 43.80 over 161 matches. The Queensland fan favourite will join Seven’s cricket coverage again this summer.

Twitter : @HaydosTweets Instagram: haydos359

Brad Hodge – Expert Commentator

With an unbeaten Test double century to his name and a reputation as one of the world’s most consistent T20 players, viewers have more recently come to know Hodge via his insightful commentary of BBL matches. Unlucky not to play more than six Tests after averaging 55.83 as a middle-order batsman, the Victorian represented Australia in all three forms of the game. Hodge will again provide expert commentary throughout the BBL this summer.

Twitter : @bradhodge007 Instagram: bradleyhodge302

Michael Holding – Expert Commentator

A Jamaican former cricketer and commentator who played for the West Indies, Holding is widely regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers in cricket history, with his famously smooth and extremely fast bowling style. Forging an impressive commentary career following his years with the West Indies cricket team, Holding now joins Seven’s commentary team for the West Indies Test.

Erin Holland – Sideline Reporter

Holland is a television host and presenter whose cricket experience includes working on the Indian Premier League, Pakistan Super League and Canada’s Global T20 competition.

Named Miss World Australia in 2013, Holland is also a classically trained soprano singer, holding a Bachelor of Classical Voice degree from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music. Twitter: @erinvholland Instagram: erinvholland

Simon Katich – Expert Commentator

A hardnosed left-hander whose greatest success came as an opener, Katich played 56 Tests for Australia from 2001 to 2010, averaging 45.03 runs. As a part-time left-arm wrist spinner, he also proved a handy partnership-breaker, taking 21 Test wickets at the highly respectable average of 30.23. Since retiring, Katich has showcased his keen tactical understanding of cricket as an expert commentator. He returns to Seven’s team this summer for the much-anticipated West Indies and South Africa Test series.

Tim Lane – Test Match Caller

One of the best-known voices in Australian sport, Lane has earned enormous respect from sports fans over more than 40 years as an award-winning broadcaster and journalist. During that time, he has become synonymous with Australian cricket as one of the game’s leading callers. He has covered more than 100 Test matches, including the Aussies’ most recent series in Pakistan in 1998 when Mark Taylor made his famous unbeaten 334. Lane has also called more than 1500 AFL games, five Olympic Games and seven Commonwealth Games. His articulate commentary and thoughtful analysis make him an integral member of the Seven cricket team. This summer, he will call Australia’s Test matches.

Twitter : @TimLaneSport

Justin Langer – Expert Commentator

Fresh off his time as Australian Cricket Coach, Langer arrives at Seven with an unmatched skill-set. Until the announcement of his retirement from Test cricket in 2007, Langer was one of Australia’s great top order batsmen. Originally playing at number three, he moved to opener in 2001 and played 105 Test matches scoring 7,696 runs including 23 Test centuries. Few have worn the baggy green with greater pride. Along with Matthew Hayden, Langer formed a hugely successful opening partnership, which ranks as the best in Australian history and featured six double century stands.

Andy Maher – Host

Describing himself as the “unfunny one” from The Front Bar and “least swashbuckling” member of Seven’s BBL commentary team, Maher is also a highly respected journalist and sport presenter on radio and television. Maher’s extensive media commitments cover a variety of sports, including AFL and cricket. He will again host BBL matches this summer. Twitter: @AndyMaherDFA Instagram: andymaherdfa

Mel McLaughlin – Host

McLaughlin has hosted a raft of leading sporting events on the national and world stage, including Test and BBL cricket, the Olympic Games, FIFA World Cups, Winter Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, the Melbourne Cup Carnival and the Melbourne F1 Grand Prix. As 7NEWS Sydney’s sports anchor, McLaughlin presents sport five nights a week, following a passion she has lived and breathed from a very young age as part of a sports- mad family. This summer, McLaughlin will host this year’s Test matches and blockbuster BBL games.

Twitter : @Mel_Mclaughlin Instagram: mel_mclaughlin

Alison Mitchell – Test Match Caller

An international sports broadcaster and commentator, Mitchell is an award-winning journalist and has won plaudits around the world for her polished and professional cricket commentary. She started her career at the BBC, where she has worked extensively across television and radio in broadcasting and journalism. She also has more than 10 years’ experience in ball-by-ball commentary internationally, having covered series in England, Australia, Sri Lanka and India. A meticulous researcher and lover of the game, Mitchell also has an instinctive ability to draw out the best from the experts alongside her in the commentary box.

Twitter : @AlisonMitchell Instagram: alison_mitchell00

Alister Nicholson – Commentator

Nicholson has become one of sport’s most recognisable voices over the past decade as an ABC Grandstand commentator on cricket and AFL football. His broadcasting experience extends to the NRL, A-League, Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Australia’s major golf tournaments and the Sydney Hobart Yacht Race. Before joining Grandstand, he was a highly respected sport journalist in Tasmania, while this summer he returns to Seven’s BBL commentary team.

Twitter: @AlisterNicho Instagram: alisternicholson

Ricky Ponting – Expert Commentator

One of the most decorated cricketers in the game’s history, Ponting has led Seven’s commentary team since its foundation in 2018-19. In 168 Test matches, Ponting bludgeoned 13,378 runs at the remarkable average of 51.85 and currently sits second on the all-time runs list, behind Indian great Sachin Tendulkar. The Tasmanian also captained Australia in 77 Tests from 2004 to 2010 – second behind Allan Border – and in One Day Internationals also led the Aussies to the 2003 and 2007 World Cup crowns. Now widely regarded as the best cricket commentator in the world, Ponting’s intimate knowledge of the game is matched by his ability to communicate to cricket fans of all levels of interest and understanding.

Twitter : @RickyPonting Instagram: rickyponting

Jonty Rhodes – Expert Commentator

Rhodes is a South African professional cricket commentator and former Test and ODI cricketer. He is regarded as one of the greatest fielders of all time and was the first South African cricketer to take 100 ODI catches. The right-handed batsman joins Seven’s cricket coverage for the highly anticipated Australia v South Africa Test for the 2022-23 Summer of Cricket.

Jason Richardson – Host

An experienced broadcaster and former elite sprinter, Richardson will host BBL matches across Seven’s cricket coverage this summer. A Stawell Gift winner in 1993, he brings plenty of personality and fun to a broad range of sports on Seven. A key member of Seven’s horse racing team as a host and commentator, Richardson has also worked on the Olympic Games, Winter Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games, Australian Open tennis and Australian Open golf.

Twitter : @JaseRicho Instagram: jaserichardson7

Lisa Sthalekar – Expert Commentator

The former Australian women’s captain forged a stellar international career as an all-rounder from 2001 to 2013, becoming the first woman to score 1000 runs and take 100 wickets in One Day Internationals. She was named the Australian Women’s Cricketer of the Year in 2007 and 2008, and was a member of the World Cup triumphs in 2005 and 2013. Sthalekar has since made a seamless transition to the commentary box and will commentate on BBL games this summer.

Twitter: @sthalekar93 Instagram: Isthalekar

Simon Taufel – Expert Analyst

After his career as a fast-medium bowler was cut short by injury, Taufel moved into umpiring, progressing so quickly through the ranks he made his first-class debut in 1994 aged just 24. By the time he retired in 2012, he was widely considered the best umpire of his generation after an international career that spanned 74 Tests, 174 ODIs and 34 T20s. He won five consecutive ICC Umpire of the Year awards from 2004 to 2008, and later worked as the ICC’s Umpire Performance and Training Manager. This summer, Taufel returns to Seven’s Test team, where viewers will enjoy his expert insights into contentious umpiring decisions.

Elyse Villani – Expert Commentator

Top-order bat Elyse Villani’s clean hitting and impeccable timing have seen her grow into one of the most damaging batters in international women’s cricket. Villani has enjoyed great success with the Australian Women’s cricket team, helping them to lift the ICC Women’s World Twenty20 trophy in the West Indies in 2010. More recently playing for the Melbourne Stars in the WBBL, Villani stepped behind the microphone for Seven’s 2022 WBBL coverage and will continue her role across Seven’s 2022-23 BBL telecast.

Twitter: @ElyseVillani Instagram: elysevillani

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Australia v West Indies Test series Starts 30 November

First Test : Optus Stadium, 30 November – 4 December

Coverage starts at 12.30pm AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate on all five days

Second Test : Adelaide Oval, 8 – 12 December (day-night)

Coverage starts at 2.00pm AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate on all five days

Australia v South Africa Test series Starts 17 December

First Test : GABBA, 17 – 21 December

Coverage starts at 10.00am AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate on all five days

Second Test (Boxing Day) : MCG, 26 – 30 December

Coverage starts at 9.30am AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate on all five days

Third Test: SCG, 4 – 8 January

Coverage starts at 9.30am AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate on all five days

BBL 12

Begins 13 December – Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Stars

Across BBL 12, fans will enjoy 45 games live and free on Seven, including all five finals.

The season starts on 13 December with Sydney Thunder v. Melbourne Stars at Manuka Oval, at 7.00pm AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate, between the West Indies and South Africa Tests.

The home and away fixture concludes on 25 January with a tantalising double-header on Seven featuring Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat at UTAS Stadium, followed by Melbourne Stars v Sydney Thunder at the MCG.

The five-match finals series begins on Friday, 27 January, with the all-important Final scheduled for Saturday, 4 February.

Women’s International Series

Begins 16 January – Australia v Pakistan

Women’s ODI Game One : Alan Border Field, 16 January Coverage starts at 11.00am AEDT on 7two

Women’s ODI Game Two : North Sydney Oval, 18 January Coverage starts at 11.00am AEDT on 7mate

Women’s ODI Game Three : North Sydney Oval, 21 January Coverage starts at 11.00am AEDT on 7mate

Women’s T20 Game One: North Sydney Oval, 24 January Coverage starts at 1.30pm AEDT on Channel 7

Women’s T20 Game Two: Blundstone Arena, 26 January Coverage starts at 7.00pm AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate

Women’s T20 Game Three: Manuka Oval, 29 January Coverage starts at 1.30pm AEDT on Channel 7 and 7mate


He should be a ‘Caller’ too and not just expert commentator

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The BS advertising has stated agin this year with brisbane promos saying 12.30AEDT on screen but only announced as 12.29.
What can’t Qld have its own promos with local times ???

Moving from Kayo

I’m genuinely pissed off if he doesn’t call.

Copy and paste job from last year? Australia’s most recent series in Pakistan was earlier this year.


oops :joy:

Was this new? I don’t think they had this with the earlier WBBL games or BBL games last season


They wouldn’t have had a drone at other WBBL games. I assume we’ll sometimes see this for Men’s games given they can’t get a Spidercam unless a second came to Australia.


7cricket promo 2 for the tests v west indies


Looks like H&A is starting from Jan 9th next year, meaning that 7 will start BBL matches on 7mate before switching to 7 from 7:30.


Wonder why they’d do that, maybe they won’t be taking many midweek games or pushing the start back?

The Fox exclusive games are all Fridays & Saturdays & only 3 games airing on 7 start at 7:40pm in January

Double watermark in first few caps.


i think this is new, but I don’t think there will any other new things with graphics