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The 2019 Ashes series is here, and the 2019-20 summer of cricket is just around the corner, with a plethora of matches for you to watch in the coming months. The Roar has all the information you need to watch every minute of all Australian domestic and international matches right here.
Unlike most international cricket, the Ashes are locked into a pre-existing broadcast agreement with the Nine Network.
Under Australia’s anti-siphoning laws, the Ashes must be shown on free to air TV if a network wants them, and Channel Nine hold the rights.
They will broadcast all five Tests on 9Gem, which can be found on Channel 95 in high definition, or Channel 92 in standard definition.
To stream the Ashes, you’ll want to use 9Now.
As of last summer, international cricket fixtures played in Australia are broadcast on Foxtel and Channel Seven.
Both Seven and Fox will simulcast the upcoming Test series against Pakistan and New Zealand. Fox’s coverage will be on Fox Cricket (501), while Seven’s coverage may vary between Seven proper or 7mate – check your local listings for confirmation.
Limited overs matches
Fox Sports have exclusive rights to broadcast ODIs and T20Is, meaning they’ll be the sole broadcasters of the T20 series with Sri Lanka and Pakistan and March’s ODI series against New Zealand. Like the Tests, this will be available on Fox Cricket (501).
Away games are, once again, exclusive to Fox Sports. This includes Tests, ODIs and T20Is although it excludes the upcoming Ashes series, as Nine had already secured the rights to it prior to the current TV rights deal coming into effect.
As far as live streaming goes, your best option will be to use Kayo. They’ll have every upcoming Australian international cricket game – except the Ashes – live.
To see all of Australia’s home fixtures which will be broadcast on Seven and Fox, you can check out our Australian cricket fixtures page.
Of the 56 home-and-away Big Bash League matches, 40 of them will be simulcast on both Seven and Fox Sports. The remaining 16 will be exclusive to Fox Sports.
Check out the full fixtures for the competition to see which matches are available on each network.
Once again, Kayo is your best bet when it comes to live streaming.
The 56-match Women’s Big Bash League season will see 23 matches broadcast on Fox Sports and Kayo. The rest will be available for a free live stream on cricket.com.au. You can check the full WBBL fixtures to see which matches will be broadcast.
The final itself, however, is broadcast on Fox Cricket and Kayo.
One-day cup fixtures are split between Fox Cricket and cricket.com.au. Check out the full domestic cricket fixture too see which matches are available on which platform.
Women’s National Cricket League
Like the Sheffield Shield, the women’s one-day cricket competition is exclusively available on cricket.com.au to those with a Cricket ID.