As the home of live sport on TVat LiveSport. The great news for fans is that there are more live cricket matches being shown on TV than ever before. But that was it! We then had to wait all year to see the next test series, with nothing shown in between.
Unfortunately for cricket fans without subscription TV, the deal is set to last for the next six years. So, what can and can't you watch on free-to-air?
And have no fear, these games will be shown on free-to-air. Both free-to-air and Fox Sports will live broadcast the Test matches. Aaaand this is where the fun stops.
Fox got off to a slow start with an average of just , viewers tuning into the first ODI between Australia and South Africa. In comparison, Channel Nine boasted an average audience of , viewers for the first ODI against England last year.
Truth hurts. Instead of cracking open a cold one in front of the telly, you'll have to head over to your local for Foxtel's exclusive showing.
All the key details from Cricket Australia's landmark broadcast agreement. At last, some good news Well, the living room of paying customers. The golden days of Channel Nine's broadcast of the cricket are not yet over.
Like the World Cup before it, the Ashes will also be shown on Channel Nine and Foxtel due to pre-existing broadcasting deals. The Ashes will be the first series played under the new Test Championship.