BBL final live stream: How to watch the Big Bash final online or on TV
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Saturday evening’s BBL10 final will see the two most successful sides in tournament history, the Sydney Sixers and Perth Scorchers, battling it out for supremacy at the SCG.
The Sixers are hosting the final for the second year in a row, and victory would see them match the Scorchers’ record three BBL crowns; the Scorchers are aiming for title number four.
While nowhere near as bad as the weather forecast for last year’s final, there is expected to be some rain in Sydney throughout the day. However, with a completed match a near certainty, you’ll need to know exactly where to go to catch all the action live.
Here’s how to watch the decider live on TV, or stream it from your mobile or device.
Like with all the finals so far this season, Channel Seven and Foxtel will both be broadcasting the match with their own separate commentary teams.
The expected start time will be 7:40pm (AEDT); however, that is subject to any inclement weather forcing a delay. For instance, the first ball of last year’s final was pushed back to 8:30pm due to rain.
Seven and Fox Cricket (channel 501) will bring you all the action live from your couch, with pre-match coverage kicking off from 6:30pm on Fox Cricket and 7pm on Seven (all times AEDT). Depending on your area and/or Foxtel subscription, you may also be able to watch the match in HD.
If you’d prefer to stream this match from your device, Kayo Sports is probably your top option. If you already have a subscription, simply log in, click on the ‘BBL Final’ option and start streaming.
If you’re not a subscriber yet, head to Kayo Sports and sign up from $25 a month.
If Kayo’s not for you, you can still stream all the action live with a Foxtel Now subscription. If you’re already signed up, simply go to the site and click on ‘Channel 501’. If you’re not, you can join here.
Unfortunately, Seven are not showing BBL matches on their streaming site 7plus. If you don’t have a Kayo or Foxtel Now subscription, you’ll need to find a TV somewhere to be able to watch the final live.