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What channel is the 2024 Allan Border Medal on and how do I watch it? Australian Cricket Awards TV, live stream guide

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30th January, 2024

On Wednesday, cricket’s night of nights will take place.

The most prestigious individual prizes in Australian cricket, the Allan Border and Belinda Clark Medals, will be awarded to Australia’s most outstanding male and female cricketer respectively from the past year.

This is The Roar’s ultimate guide to watching 2023’s ceremony, and the full Australian Cricket Awards evening.

Taking place from Melbourne’s Crown Casino, the ceremony will see the presentation of 12 awards, including the Test, ODI and T20I players of the year for both men’s and women’s cricket, the BBL Player of the Tournament and the male and female Young Cricketers of the Year.

Steve Smith and Beth Mooney are the reigning recipients of the top prizes, with Smith becoming just the third player, alongside Ricky Ponting (three times) and Michael Clarke (four times) to win the Allan Border Medal multiple times

How to watch the ceremony on TV
The Australian Cricket Awards ceremony will be televised live simultaneously on Fox Cricket (Foxtel channel 501) and the Seven Network’s secondary channel 7Mate (channel 73 or 74 for high definition).

Coverage of the ceremony will begin at 6:30pm (AEDT) on 7Mate, and is expected to run through to 8:40pm (AEDT).

How to live stream the ceremony online
The Allan Border ceremony can be live streamed on Kayo Sports, Foxtel’s sports streaming platform. Please note you may be eligible for a 14-day free trial.