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Big Bash live stream 2019: How to watch BBL09 online and on TV

Nathan Lyon celebrates with Sixers teammates. (Photo by Robert Cianflone/Getty Images)

Here is your complete guide to watching every match of the 2019-20 Big Bash League season online or on TV.

Under the new Cricket Australia TV and online rights deal, Fox Sports and Channel 7 have become the official broadcasters of the competition.

TV
As of last season the Big Bash League is now an expanded competition with a full home-and-away fixture with 56 matches before the finals.

Every match of the season including the finals will be broadcast on Fox Sports, but 40 of those matches are also simulcast on free-to-air network Channel Seven.

The 2019-20 season will now also introduce a new expanded five-match finals series featuring the top five teams on the ladder. Channel Seven will have coverage of all the finals.

For a detailed TV breakdown of where each match can be viewed, click here.

Live stream online
The easiest way to stream every match of the 2019-20 BBL season is simply to use Kayo, through which you can live stream all the sports available on Foxtel.

Kayo subscriptions start from $25 per month and you’ll be able to live stream every match of the BBL season via that method.

Alternatively, if you are already a Foxtel customer you could use the Foxtel App to stream every match free.

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Or, if you’d like to stream both sport and other Foxtel Channels, you might look at using Foxtel Now.

The Roar will be running a live blog of every match of the 2019-20 Big Bash League, and will have highlights from every match available afterwards on Roar TV.

Radio
Radio coverage for every single match of BBL09 will be provided via the Macquarie Radio Network on channels 2UE, 3AW, 4BC and 6PR, as well as nationally on the Crocmedia network.

Radio coverage of all matches will be easily accessible free online however, via the Cricket Australia Live app or through the cricket.com.au match centre.

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