As per Fixtures of Sixth Edition of BBLT20 cricket tournament will be begin from the 20th December. for that Ten Network has confirmed that All 35 Matches of the 2016-17 KFC Big Bash League Twenty20 matches and 12 Women’s Big Bash League 2016-17 Matches will be broadcast live coverage into all States on Ten or One Network.
Cricket Australia Recently announced the Fixtures and as per that 35 Big Bash Match played in span of 40 days including four double headers in December Month. Apart of it Cricket Australia also released the Women’s Big Bash League Fixtures which sees 12 Matches along with Final so its Broadcast live on Ten or One.
TEN Chief Executive Officer, Paul Anderson, said: “We are delighted to be broadcasting 47 games of KFC Big Bash League and Women’s Big Bash League over the upcoming summer, Live and exclusive.
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“The KFC Big Bash League has become an integral part of summer in Australia. Cricket Australia has created and built an incredibly popular and successful competition, and we are thrilled to be able to bring it to all Australians.
“Network TEN has always been a leader in broadcasting women’s sport and we are leading the way again this summer,” he said.
“We are proud to further cement our commitment to women’s sport through a landmark deal that will see Network TEN broadcast 12 matches of the Women’s Big Bash League – including four of the matches that launch the 2016-17 season from Saturday, 10 December, Live and exclusive on TEN. Ten of the 12 matches will be seen on the main TEN channel.
“We will also, for the first time broadcast the Melbourne Stars taking on the reigning premiers the Sydney Thunder in the Women’s Big Bash League, live from 6.00pm. This will be the first time a standalone women’s sporting competition has been broadcast in prime time on a commercial free- to-air television network’s primary channel,” he said.
Executive Producer, David Barham said: “The Women’s Big Bash League proved extremely successful last summer and we are delighted to be broadcasting 20 per cent more women’s Big Bash this summer.