10play online guide confirms 10 Peach will show Breakers v JackJumpers tomorrow.
it didn’t happen, 10 Peach aired 0. I swear it was originally listed as being one of the 2 games being aired but somehow it vanished.
Possible prime time for 10 Peach on Friday night for the NBL in addition to the Sunday game, if anything is to go by on 10 Sport website.
|3 Mar||1900-2100, Tip-Off 1938||Sydney Kings vs New Zealand Breakers||Championship Series, Game 1||TBC||Watch live on 10 Peach, and 10 Play|
|5 Mar||1600-1800, Tip-Off 1608||New Zealand Breakers vs Sydney Kings||Championship Series, Game 2||TBC||Watch live on 10 Peach, and 10 Play|
I guess it makes up for the no show yesterday. I think the Championship Series, should be on main channel in Sydney and where possible in other states.
10play’s online TV guide confirms 10 Peach will show game 1 of Breakers-Kings championship series on Friday live at 7.30pm AEDT.
NBL Championship Series.
NBL Championship Series Action Live And Free On 10 Peach And 10 Play.
The NBL Championship Series is here with Game 1 and Game 2 of the best of five series live and free on 10 Peach and 10 Play.
The Sydney Kings and New Zealand Breakers will go head-to-head for ultimate glory in the Championship Series, starting with Game 1 on Friday at 7.30pm AEDT on 10 Peach and 10 Play.
They’ll then battle it out again on Sunday in Game 2, tipping off at 4.00pm AEDT.
Will the Kings defend their title and go back-to-back? Or will the Breakers reclaim the trophy for the first time since 2015?
10 Peach and 10 Play takes viewers court side to all the biggest matches of the 2022/23 Hungry Jack’s NBL Championship Series. Visit 10 Play for the full fixture.
It is the grand final. As the FTA broadcaster, they should be able to show all games including when the trophy is presented.
Live Football This Week.
Emirates FA Cup Fifth Round And A-Leagues Highlights Action.
Live And Exclusive On 10 Bold, 10 Play And Paramount+.
It’s a bumper week of football with over 20 local and international matches available live across Network 10 and Paramount+.
Kick starting the week of football, set your alarms for the Emirates FA Cup fifth round Wednesday morning exclusive to Paramount+, with four head-to-head clashes including Socceroos star Harry Souttar lacing up for Leicester City as they take on the Blackburn Rovers live from 6.20am AEDT.
Then Thursday morning, it’s a clash of Premier League clubs as powerhouse Manchester United take on West Ham United live from 6.35am AEDT.
Plus catch the FA Cup Goals Show on Wednesday morning live from 5.55am AEDT and on Thursday live from 5.45pm AEDT exclusive to 10 Play, as the Goals Show experts cover all the Emirates FA Cup live action and highlights from the four matches simultaneously underway each match day.
Please submit requests for football experts Simon Hill and Andy Harper to preview all the football action.
Locally, the Isuzu UTE A-League season is heating up with only four points separating second place Central Coast Mariners and seventh placed Newcastle Jets, the finals race is shaping up to be one of the closest in the competition’s history.
Can Adelaide United young gun Nestory Irankunda pull out another epic goal with they face ladder leader Melbourne City on Friday night live from 7.00pm AEDT exclusive to Paramount+?
Then on Saturday night it’s the Big Blue as Sydney FC host Melbourne Victory, in one of the most anticipated fixtures on the calendar. Catch the action live from 7.00pm AEDT on 10 Bold, 10 Play and Paramount+.
In the Liberty A-League, it’s first v second as Western United who, led by a massive hit from Tyla Vlajnic to win 6-0 on the weekend, look to continue their dominant debut season when they take on Sydney FC on Sunday live from 3.35pm AEDT on 10 Play and Paramount+.
The stars of the future will be on display as the Subway Young Socceroos side commence their AFC U-20 Asian Cup campaign, taking on Vietnam on Wednesday evening before they face Iran on Saturday then Qatar next Tuesday, live and exclusive to 10 Play.
This weekend in the Roshn Saudi League, after an epic hat trick on the weekend, Cristiano Ronaldo will be looking to continue the winning ways as Al Nassr takes on Al Batin live from 4.20am AEDT on Saturday exclusive to 10 Play.
This week A-Leagues All Access takes viewers behind-the-scenes with Subway Socceroos and Melbourne City star Matthew Leckie Thursday night on 10 Play and Paramount+, and then on 10 Bold at 2.00pm Saturday.
Emirates FA Cup – exclusive to Paramount+:
Wednesday, 1 March: Stoke City v Brighton & Hove Albion live from 6.05am AEDT.
Wednesday, 1 March: Leicester City v Blackburn Rovers live from 6.20am AEDT.
Wednesday, 1 March: Fulham v Leeds United live from 6.35am AEDT.
Wednesday, 1 March: Bristol City v Manchester City live from 6.50am AEDT.
Thursday, 2 March: Southampton v Grimsby Town live from 6.05am AEDT.
Thursday, 2 March: Burnley v Fleetwood Town live from 6.20am AEDT.
Thursday, 2 March: Manchester United v West Ham United live from 6.35am AEDT.
Thursday, 2 March: Sheffield United v Tottenham Hotspur live from 6.45am AEDT.
Isuzu UTE A-League:
Friday, 3 March: Adelaide United v Melbourne City live from 7.15pm AEDT on Paramount+.
Saturday, 4 March: Wellington Phoenix v Newcastle Jets live from 12.30pm AEDT on Paramount+.
Saturday, 4 March: Western Sydney Wanderers v Central Coast Mariners live from 4.30pm AEDT on Paramount+.
Saturday, 4 March: Western United v Perth Glory live from 4.45pm AEDT on Paramount+.
Saturday, 4 March: Sydney FC v Melbourne Victory live from 7.00pm AEDT on 10 Bold, 10 Play and Paramount+.
Sunday, 5 March: Macarthur FC v Brisbane Roar live from 2.30pm AEDT on 10 Bold, 10 Play and Paramount+.
Liberty A-League – 10 Play and Paramount+:
Saturday, 4 March: Newcastle Jets v Melbourne City live from 2.55pm AEDT.
Saturday, 4 March: Canberra United v Adelaide United live from 2.55pm AEDT.
Saturday, 4 March: Wellington Phoenix v Brisbane Roar live from 3.35pm AEDT.
Sunday, 5 March: Sydney FC v Western United live from 3.55pm AEDT.
Sunday, 5 March: Perth Glory v Western Sydney Wanderers live from 6.55pm AEDT.
Roshn Saudi League – exclusive to 10 Play:
Friday, 3 March: Al Wehda v Al Hilal live from 4.20am AEDT.
Saturday, 4 February: Al Nassr v Al Batin live from 4.20am AEDT.
AFC U20 Asian Cup – exclusive to 10 Play:
Wednesday, 1 March: Australia v Vietnam live from 8.50pm AEDT.
Saturday, 4 March: Australia v Iran live from 8.50pm AEDT.
Tuesday, 7 March: Australia v Qatar live from 8.50pm AEDT.
NB: Match fixtures subject to change.
I don’t disagree on principle, though it’s probably telling that it’s atrophied so much that the only local club sports that are even on the anti-siphoning list anymore (as opposed to national teams or world events) are AFL and NRL.
The same deal applied to Nine when they covered the WNBL finals - although they got most of the regular season games on 9Now, they only got game 1 of each finals series, not any deciding game.
If anything, a situation like this - where it’s still technically “free-to-view” (ie. Kayo Freebies in this case, but even if they appeared on 10 Play or 9Now, and not linear TV) but not shown on-air kinda shows the limitations of anti-siphoning concepts (or at least when they were last really thought of back in 2010 or whenever… and it’s not like the list itself has been touched since 2017). Not that I think it should be repealed beyond what it is now, but it does need a big rethink.
|Event||Date & TV Schedule||Location||Watch|
|Australian Grand Prix||March 31, 1130-1700 on 10, 1700-1800 on 10 BOLD||Melbourne, Australia||Watch live and free on 10, 10 BOLD, and 10 Play|
|Australian Grand Prix||April 1. 1000-1800||Melbourne, Australia||Watch live and free on 10, and 10 Play|
|Australian Grand Prix||April 2, 0830-1700||Melbourne, Australia||Watch live and free on 10, and 10 Play|
It looks like 10 are paying massive amount of money for the F1s for the Friday session to be moved from Bold to the main channel. I haven’t seen Friday sessions at all on the main channel, they always have been on ONE HD now known as Bold.
That or they just see now that they might as well show some on the main channel?
but why now, they could have done that when they had all 3 motorsport categories.
Drive to Survive has made F1 a much more important property and converted non-sports fans into F1 lovers. Makes sense for 10 to try and capitalise on it as much as they can.
it has been out for a few years now.
Yes and it has grown in popularity over time. Maybe 10 should have done it a year or two back, but good on them for doing it now. Imagine if they had the whole series…
Friday sessions were on Channel One/One HD in the past
Noticed that 10 Bold no longer has the highlights of every other round of F1 anymore that used to air on a Monday night. Seem to have lost that as part of the new deal.
Do think with F1’s current popularity it would be a good move for 10 to try and get a handful of other races to broadcast live. Countries like France and Germany have similar deals with their pay TV broadcasters.
Yeah but Fox wouldn’t want to sell them.
The rights were available a bit over a year ago if they really wanted them for 10/Paramount
Happy enough the much cheaper forced anti siphoning on sell Aus GP
Man, if only Ten hadn’t on sold part of their rights years ago (under Murdoch influence, I presume) to Fox, they might still have significant rights to the sport today.
10 Peach’s NBL coverage has finished for the 2022/23 season. The NBL’s tweet tonight only mentions FTA coverage of game 4 of the Championship Series in New Zealand.