Map: Australia Sunday will be a history-making day for Australian cricket. For the first time ever, a one day international won't be shown on free-to-air TV in Australia, and there are predictions cricket fans will be angry.
Foxtel reveals full broadcast line-up for new Fox Cricket channel Adam Gilchrist, Isa Guha and Brendon Julian image - Foxtel Foxtel has last night held an event in Sydney to officially launch the Fox Cricket channel, signalling a new era for cricket broadcasting in Australia.
From November 4 fans will experience cricket like never before.
The impressive Fox Cricket commentary team will feature 31 commentators including 23 new faces and six female commentators boasting 1, Test appearances between them, , runs and six national captains will guide viewers through the action.
Foxtel will launch 13 entertainment programs including five pre and post shows to keep fans engaged between sessions. Cricket will go to air during the Test matches with India, with 17 episodes of analysis, breaking news and no-holds-barred comment on the biggest issues in the game.
Crash also returns to host the award-winning Cricket Legends sitting down with the biggest names in the game with fans able to relive the matches that made legends on Fox Cricket Classics.
Free to download, the App delivers a personalised experience for fans and features all the latest news, fixtures, scores, stats and video from across the world of cricket.
Plus, Foxtel sports customers can enjoy round-the-clock live streaming of the Fox Cricket channel to watch when they are on the go. Delivering 20 times better resolution than SD and 4 times better than HD, fans will experience cricket like never before.