TV Channels Broadcasting KFC T20 Big Bash League 2014-2015 Live

Nine Network: The Nine Network has partnered with Cricket Australia since 1977 to broadcast all Australian home international cricket matches. Its backbone is three television stations in Australia’s major metropolitan cities; Sydney, Melbourne and Brisbane and most recently Nine has added NWS Adelaide to its portfolio.

In addition to the television broadcast the Nine Network has partnered with Cricket Australia in a joint venture incorporating digital rights to home international cricket matches.

The network's dominance comes from its extensive news and current affairs coverage, rights to broadcast popular sporting events, such as Cricket Australia’s cricket internationals played in Australia, and its slate of entertainment and lifestyle programs. Award-winning shows include 60 Minutes, Today, A Current Affair and the iconic Wide World of Sports with its world-class cricket commentary team including Richie Benaud, Mark Nicholas, Michael Slater, Ian Healy, Mark Taylor et al.

The official site of Wide World of Sports is www.wwos.com.au.

Network Ten: TEN is Cricket Australia’s exclusive KFC Big Bash League broadcast partner. TEN will broadcast the entire BBL|04 LIVE along with the Women's domestic T20 final.

TEN is Australia’s commercial television content trendsetter, with an award-winning mix of light entertainment, local and international drama, comedies, sport, and news and current affairs.

Some of Australia’s biggest television franchises live on Ten, including MasterChef Australia, The Biggest Loser, Offspring, Puberty Blues and Neighbours.

For further information visit: tenplay.com.au/

Star Sports: Star Sports is Cricket Australia's exclusive broadcast partner in the Pan–Asian region, broadcasting home international cricket matches as well as domestic interstate cricket matches to up to 40 countries across the region.

Star Sports aims to reach consumers at any time, any place and through all new media platforms, including internet and mobile, and showcases an unparalleled variety of premier live sports from around the globe 24 hours a day to a cumulative reach of more than 310 million viewers in Asia.

For further information about Star Sports visit http://www.foxsportsasia.com/.

BSkyB: BSkyB is Cricket Australia’s exclusive broadcast partner in the United Kingdom and the Republic of Ireland, broadcasting Australia's home international cricket on its wholly-owned channel, Sky Sports.

Sky Sports broadcasts more than 40,000 hours of sports across five core channels and three HD channels and has had a major impact on how sport is covered on TV, pioneering new techniques such as interactivity, stump microphones, steady-cam and super-slo-mo which are now industry standard.

For further information on BSkyB and Sky Sports visit www.sky.com.

Sky Television: Sky Television is Cricket Australia's exclusive broadcast partner in New Zealand, broadcasting Australia’s home international cricket through its subscription service.

Sky Television is New Zealand’s pre-eminent pay television operator, offering a wide range of sports, movies, music, on-demand and general content across more than 100 channels. Sky's channel line-up includes 7 sports channels, 6 movie channels, 8 general entertainment channels, 5 documentary channels, 5 news channels, 4 children’s channels, as well as other niche and special interest channels.

For further information on Sky Television visit www.skytv.co.nz.

Supersport: Supersport is Cricket Australia’s exclusive broadcast partner in Africa, broadcasting selected Australian home international cricket across the continent.

SuperSport has an enthusiastic team of presenters who pride themselves on being experts in their fields and constantly work towards bettering their sporting general knowledge to give them the edge in the industry.

For further information on Supersport visit www.supersport.com.

Cricket Australia also partners with a number of other overseas broadcasters, including:
Sports Max: Sportsmax in the Caribbean. Visit www.sportsmax.tv.
 Fiji TV: Fiji TV in Fiji. Visit ww.fijitv.info
 Willow: Willow in North America. Visit www.willow.tv.

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TV Channels Broadcasting KFC T20 Big Bash League 2014-2015 Live

Network Ten

Network Ten is thrilled to be the broadcast partner of the KFC T20 Big Bash League. Network Ten’s live coverage will boast all of the excitement and action of all 35 matches.

TEN Chief Executive Officer and Managing Director Hamish McLennan said: “We are delighted to join forces with Cricket Australia as its exclusive domestic Twenty20 cricket partner and we look forward to a long, successful partnership.”

Ricky Ponting, Adam Gilchrist, Mark Waugh, Damien Fleming and Sir Viv Richards will join the commentary team for BBL|04.

Fairfax Radio


Fairfax Radio will be making their debut along with Network Ten this summer.

Listen around Australia on your radio, mobile, tablet and PC.

Catch all the action here http://www.fairfaxradionews.com.au/

ESPN Star Sports

ESPN Star Sports is Cricket Australia’s exclusive broadcast partner in the Pan–Asian region, broadcasting the KFC T20 Big Bash League to up to 40 countries across the region. ESPN Star Sports is a joint venture between Walt Disney (ESPN, Inc.) and News Corporation Limited (STAR).

TV Channels broadcasting BBL|04 T20 2014-15 Live in different countries and regions:

1 United Kingdom Sky Sports
2 Australia Network Ten
3 Canada Willow TV
4 New Zealand Sky TV
5 Caribbean Sportmax
6 Fiji  Fiji TV
7 Pakistan StarSports
8 India StarSports
9 Bangladesh StarSports
10 USA Willow TV
11 North America  Willow TV





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KFC T20 Big Bash League 2014-15 Schedule & Fixtures

The Big Bash League season 2014–15 will be the fourth season of the Big Bash League, the premierTwenty20 cricket competition in Australia. The tournament will begin on 18 December 2014 and end on 28th January 2015. It will be the second season to be broadcast on free-to-air television on Network Ten.

The format of the league has remained the same as its opening three seasons, with 32 round matches played. The BBL 4 final will be held on January 28.

The explosive action will start on December 18 with the derby between the Melbourne Stars and the Adelaide Strikers at the Adelaide Oval.

Former Australian stars Adam Gilchrist and Ricky Ponting will be taking their places behind the microphone in a highly-regarded commentary team for the tournament.

Big Bash League 2014-15 Schedule & Fixtures
Date and Time Match Details
Thu Dec 18 (20 ovs)
08:40 GMT | 19:10 local
1st T20 - Adelaide Strikers v Melbourne Stars
Adelaide Oval
Fri Dec 19 (20 ovs)          
08:40 GMT | 19:40 local
2nd T20 - Sydney Sixers v Melbourne Renegades
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sat Dec 20 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
3rd T20 - Melbourne Stars v Hobart Hurricanes
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Sun Dec 21 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
4th T20 - Sydney Thunder v Brisbane Heat
Stadium Australia, Sydney
Mon Dec 22 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 16:10 local
5th T20 - Perth Scorchers v Adelaide Strikers
Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Tue Dec 23 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
6th T20 - Hobart Hurricanes v Sydney Sixers
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Fri Dec 26 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 16:10 local
7th T20 - Perth Scorchers v Melbourne Renegades
Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Sat Dec 27 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
8th T20 - Sydney Thunder v Sydney Sixers
Stadium Australia, Sydney
Sun Dec 28 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 18:10 local
9th T20 - Brisbane Heat v Melbourne Stars
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Mon Dec 29 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
10th T20 - Sydney Sixers v Perth Scorchers
Sydney Cricket Ground
Tue Dec 30 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
11th T20 - Melbourne Renegades v Sydney Thunder
Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Wed Dec 31 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 18:40 local
12th T20 - Adelaide Strikers v Hobart Hurricanes
Adelaide Oval
Thu Jan 1 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 16:10 local
13th T20 - Perth Scorchers v Sydney Thunder
Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Fri Jan 2 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
14th T20 - Hobart Hurricanes v Brisbane Heat
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Sat Jan 3 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
15th T20 - Melbourne Renegades v Melbourne Stars
Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Sun Jan 4 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 18:10 local
16th T20 - Brisbane Heat v Adelaide Strikers
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Mon Jan 5 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
17th T20 - Melbourne Stars v Sydney Sixers
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Tue Jan 6 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 18:40 local
18th T20 - Adelaide Strikers v Perth Scorchers
Adelaide Oval
Wed Jan 7 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
19th T20 - Sydney Thunder v Hobart Hurricanes
Sydney Showground Stadium
Thu Jan 8 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 16:10 local
20th T20 - Perth Scorchers v Brisbane Heat
Western Australia Cricket Association Ground, Perth
Fri Jan 9 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
21st T20 - Sydney Sixers v Sydney Thunder
Sydney Cricket Ground
Sat Jan 10 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
22nd T20 - Melbourne Stars v Melbourne Renegades
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Sun Jan 11 (20 ovs)
02:45 GMT | 13:45 local
23rd T20 - Hobart Hurricanes v Perth Scorchers
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Sun Jan 11 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 18:10 local
24th T20 - Brisbane Heat v Sydney Sixers
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Mon Jan 12 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 18:40 local
25th T20 - Adelaide Strikers v Sydney Thunder
Adelaide Oval
Tue Jan 13 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
26th T20 - Melbourne Renegades v Brisbane Heat
Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Wed Jan 14 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
27th T20 - Sydney Sixers v Adelaide Strikers
Sydney Cricket Ground
Thu Jan 15 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
28th T20 - Hobart Hurricanes v Melbourne Renegades
Bellerive Oval, Hobart
Sat Jan 17 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
29th T20 - Sydney Thunder v Melbourne Stars
Sydney Showground Stadium
Mon Jan 19 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
30th T20 - Melbourne Renegades v Adelaide Strikers
Docklands Stadium, Melbourne
Wed Jan 21 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 19:10 local
31st T20 - Melbourne Stars v Perth Scorchers
Melbourne Cricket Ground
Thu Jan 22 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT | 18:10 local
32nd T20 - Brisbane Heat v Hobart Hurricanes
Brisbane Cricket Ground, Woolloongabba, Brisbane
Sat Jan 24 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT
1st semi-final - TBC v TBC (1 v 4)
Venue TBC
Sun Jan 25 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT
2nd semi-final - TBC v TBC (2 v 3)
Venue TBC
Wed Jan 28 (20 ovs)          
08:10 GMT
Final - TBC v TBC
Venue TBC



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Big Bash League 2014-15 Team Squads | BBL04 T20 2014 Team Squads 2014-15

The T20 Big Bash League is going to start from 18 December, 2014 and ends on 28 January, 2015. There are eight domestic twenty20 teams in which different countries players will participate in the Big Bash League.

The tournament is competed by 8 city based teams; each state has a representative from its capital city apart from Melbourne and Sydney who have two teams each. Teams are allowed to sign up to 18 players and no less than 14 for the tournament and have a mixture of national and international players.

Adelaide Strikers
Adelaide Strikers have been one of the Big Bash League’s underperforming teams in the first two editions of the competition, finishing sixth and fifth to miss out on the finals in both seasons.

Captained by South African off-spinner Johan Botha, the Strikers will look to the likes of English T20 specialist Alex Hales, Callum Ferguson, Phil Hughes and Shaun Tait to climb into the top four this season.

Adelaide Strikers squad
Johan Botha (c), Callum Ferguson, Travis Head, Phillip Hughes, Michael Klinger, Michael Neser, Nathan Reardon, Shaun Tait, Andrew McDonald, Adam Zampa, Kane Richardson, Gary Putland, Ben Oakley, Tim Ludeman, Matt Johnston, Jon Holland, Jono Dean, Alex Hales.


Brisbane Heat

Brisbane Heat enter this 2013/14 Big Bash League season as defending champions, having shocked Perth Scorchers at the WACA Ground in the final.

Coached by now-Australian coach Darren Lehmann, the Heat were mediocre for the majority of the season before turning the corner late and roaring through the finals series.

Brisbane Heat will again boast in impressive roster with the likes of Dan Christian, Mitchell Johnson, Shane Watson, Daniel

Brisbane Heat squad
James Hopes (c), Nick BuchananDaniel Christian, Ben Cutting, Peter Forrest, Cameron Gannon, Ryan Harris, Chris Hartley, Nathan Hauritz, Mitchell Johnson, Craig Kieswetter, Chris Lynn, Alister McDermott, Ben McDermott, Jimmy Peirson, Chris Sabburg, Mark Steketee, Daniel Vettori, Shane Watson. Nathan Reardon


Hobart Hurricanes

Hobart looked set to back up their first-season finals berth with a repeat effort in season two, but a late-season collapse saw them miss the top four and subsequent finals series.

Things won’t get any easier in season three, with captain and Test batsman George Bailey being ruled out for the majority of the competition.

The Hurricanes will rely on the likes of Englishman Owais Shah, Travis Birt, Tim Paine and Ben Hilfenhaus to get them back into the finals contention in season three.

Hobart Hurricanes squad
George Bailey (c), Travis Birt, Doug Bollinger, Aiden Blizzard, Cameron Boyce, Xavier Doherty, Ben Dunk, Evan Gulbis, Ben Hilfenhaus, Ben Laughlin, Dimitri Mascarenhas, Joe Mennie, Tim Paine, Sam Rainbird, Owais Shah, Shoaib Malik, Timm van der Gugten, Jonathan Wells.

Melbourne Renegades

Melbourne Renegades stormed through the group stage of the Big Bash League last season, winning seven of eight matches to rightly earn the tag of competition favourites.

Unfortunately for the Hurricanes, things fell apart when it mattered in the semi-finals and they were bounced out of the competition by Brisbane Heat.

Sri Lankan off-spin king Muttiah Muralitharan will lead the charge for the Renegades, alongside the likes of Aaron Finch, Alex Doolan and Peter Siddle.

Melbourne Renegades squad
Aaron Finch (c), Tom Cooper, Alex Doolan, Fawad Ahmed, Matthew Gale, Daniel Harris, Michael Hill, Muttiah Muralitharan, Peter Nevill, Aaron O’Brien, James Pattinson, Nathan Rimmington, William Sheridan, Ben Rohrer, Peter Siddle.

Melbourne Stars
On paper, the Melbourne Stars will go into this edition’s Big Bash League with one of the best line-ups and as such will be the favourites to go the distance.

Despite the absence of former captain Shane Warne, the Stars still boast the likes of Cameron White, Lasith Malinga, Clint McKay and Jackson Bird and should go close this season.

Melbourne Stars squad
Cameron White (c), Jackson Bird, Peter Handscomb, James Faulkner, Kevin Pietersen, John Hastings, David Hussey, Alex Keath, Clint McKay, Glenn Maxwell, James Muirhead, Rob Quiney, Clive Rose, Marcus Stoinis, Matthew Wade, Luke Wright, Daniel Worrall, Scott Boland.

Perth Scorchers
The Scorchers have earned the unwanted tag of Big Bash bridesmaids after earning the right to host the decider in successive seasons, only to have been beaten at the WACA Ground.

Following a disastrous Champions League T20 campaign, former Test opener Justin Langer has been brought in to coach the side with Simon Katich as captain.

Katich aside, Langer will be able to call on Shaun and Mitchell Marsh, Adam Voges, Nathan Coulter-Nile and Pat Cummins in what looks another strong side for the Western Australian outfit.

Perth Scorchers squad

Simon Katich (c), Ashton Agar, Tim Armstrong, Michael Beer, Jason Behrendorff, Hilton Cartwright, Nathan Coulter-Nile, Pat Cummins, Liam Davis, Brad Hogg, Mitchell Marsh, Joel Paris, Shaun Marsh, Joel Paris, Alfonso Thomas, Tom Triffitt, Ashton Turner, Adam Voges, Sam Whiteman.

Sydney Sixers

Up-and-down is probably the best way to describe the Sydney Sixers after two seasons.

In the first edition of the Big Bash League they upset the Scorchers in the final at the WACA Ground, and went onto to claim the double with the Champions League T20 trophy, before slumping to seventh in the second season of the BBL.

Test wicketkeeper-batsman Brad Haddin will captain the side, with the likes of Steven Smith, Steve O’Keefe, Marcus Lyon, Mitchell Starc and Moises Henriques firming as handy support.

Sydney Sixers squad
Brad Haddin (c), Sean Abbott, Ravi Bopara, Trent Copeland, Moises Henriques, Brett Lee, Michael Lumb, Nathan Lyon, Marcus North, Nic Maddinson, Jordan Silk, Steve O’Keefe, Daniel Smith, Steven Smith, Mitchell Starc, Chris Tremlett.

Sydney Thunder
Sydney Thunder earn the moniker of the Big Bash League’s underperformers, having finished stone, motherless last in the first two seasons of the Big Bash League.

The powers-that-be in Sydney’s west have rung the changes, with big-hitting opening batsman Chris Gayle being shown the door.

In comes Sri Lankan Tillakaratne Dilshan to bolster the batting, while Ajantha Mendis should work well in tandem with Luke Doran as the Thunder’s slow-bowling options.

Should he play, captain Michael Clarke will be invaluable to the team, which also includes the likes of David Warner, Gurinder Sandhu, Mike Hussey and Eoin Morgan.

Sydney Thunder squad
Michael Clarke (c), Ryan Carters, Tillakaratne Dilshan, Luke Feldman, Daniel Hughes, Ajantha Mendis, Dirk Nannes, Gurinder Sandhu, David Warner, Chris Woakes, Chris Tremain, Kurtis Patterson, Eoin Morgan, Michael Hussey, Jason Floros, Luke Doran, Scott Coyte, Cameron Borgas, Andrew Tye.

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Big Bash League 2014-2015

The 2014-15 Big Bash League season will be fourth season of the Big Bash League, the premier Twenty20 cricket competition in Australia.The fourth edition will run from 18 December 2014 to 28 January 2015. This time league will run two weeks longer as compared to the last season. The opening match of the 2014-15 Big Bash League will be played between Adelaide Strikers and Melbourne Stars on 18 December at Adelaide Oval. The format of fourth season is same as previous season. A total of 35 matches will be played during the Big Bash 2014-15 season.

Cricket format:     Twenty20
Tournament format:     Group stage and knockout
Participants:        8
Matches played:     35
Official website:     bigbash.com.au


Teams
  1. Perth Scorchers
  2. Melbourne Stars
  3. Sydney Sixers
  4. Hobart Hurricanes
  5. Brisbane Heats
  6. Melbourne Renegades
  7. Adelaide Strikers
  8. Sydney Thunders

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India Team squad for last two ODIs against West Indies

Oct 14, 2014: The final two ODIs will be played in Dharamsala on the 17th and in Kolkata on the 20th of October. The one-off T20I will be played in Cuttack on 22 October.

Squad for last two ODIs:
M.S. Dhoni (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli,Suresh Raina, Ambati Rayudu, Ravindra Jadeja, Amit Mishra, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Murali Vijay, Kuldeep Yadav, Akshar Patel.

Squad for one-off T20I: M.S. Dhoni (Captain), Shikhar Dhawan, Ajinkya Rahane, Virat Kohli, Suresh Raina, Stuart Binny, Ravindra Jadeja, Akshar Patel, Karn Sharma, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Mohammed Shami, Sanju Samson, Manish Pandey, Umesh Yadav.

Board President's squad:
Suresh Raina (Captain), Jiwanjot Singh, K.L. Rahul, Naman Ojha, Rohit Sharma, Manoj Tiwary, Wriddhiman Saha, Karun Nair, Parvez Rasool, Pankaj Singh, Ishwar Pandey, Jasprit Bumrah, Karn Sharma, Kuldeep Yadav.

TV Channels Broadcasting India vs West Indies Live | Live Streaming TV Channels List

West Indies tour of India 2014 will begin October 8, 2014 in India. India vs West Indies 2014 is an international Bilateral Series to be organized by India. West Indies tour of India 2014 will consist of 3 Test, 5 ODI and 1 T20 to be hosted by India in Oct-Nov 2014. The India vs West Indies 2014 Bilateral Series will comes to end on Nov 19, 2014.

Following are the broadcasters of India v West Indies cricket series 2014
  • India: Star sports. DD1 should also share the live telecast
  • Canada: CBN and Cricket Plus (Asian television network).
  • USA: Willow Tv. America's premier 24 hour cricket channel, available on most major networks like Directv, Comcast, Dish and Optimum TV.
  • Australia: Foxsports.
  • UK: Skysports.
  • UAE: OSN sports Dubai, Abu Dhabi and Middle East.



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