However, this time around the rights have not been secured by Foxtel. We don’t know the exact reasons but the costs for the rights and the late starting time of the matches no doubt contributed with the T20 tonight not starting until 10pm AEST.
It's off. First time an Aust overseas series won't be seen on a local free-to-air or pay TV broadcaster since the 1994 tour of Pakistan when we had to rely on the (excellent) reports of @GregBaumhttps://t.co/4Ug8lMsjKZ
How to watch Bangladesh vs Australia in the T20 series?
Australia will play five T20s against Bangladesh starting in Dhaka.
The matches were expected to be shown on YouTube for free through RabbitholeBD Sports on YouTube but that information has since changed according to cricket.com.au.
“The series is being streamed in some regions on YouTube via the RabbitholeBD Sports channel, including in Bangladesh, but that service is also not available to viewers in Australia,” their website stated once the first T20 started.
That means there’s no ‘easy’ way to watch the series from Australia.
What time does it start?
All five matches start at 10pm AEST.
T20 1: August 3
T20 2: August 4
T20 3: August 6
T20 4: August 7
T20 5: August 9
Matthew Wade (c), Wes Agar, Ashton Agar, Jason Behrendorff, Alex Carey, Dan Christian, Josh Hazlewood, Moises Henriques, Mitchell Marsh, Ben McDermott, Riley Meredith, Josh Philippe, Mitchell Starc, Mitchell Swepson, Ashton Turner, Andrew Tye, Adam Zampa
Wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock has skipped South Africa’s Twenty20 World Cup match against the West Indies for “personal reasons” after the Proteas were directed to take a knee in their remaining matches in the tournament.
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