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FOX CRICKET ready to deliver the final battle for the BORDER-GAVASKAR TROPHY

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It all comes down to this. Australia vs India in an epic battle for the Border-Gavaskar trophy in Brisbane, and every second will be Live with no ads during play on Fox Cricket

Fox Cricket will be the place to be during the Fourth Test when the best commentary team in the game, available exclusively on Foxtel and Kayo, call Australia’s all-out attack to earn a thrilling Vodafone Test Series victory at the Gabba.

The Fox Cricket commentary team for the Brisbane Test consists of Adam Gilchrist, Isa Guha, Shane Warne, Allan Border, Kerry O’Keeffe, Mark Waugh, Brett Lee, Mike Hussey, Harsha Bhogle and Mark Howard.

Featuring in Big Bash commentary over five games following each day of Test play will be Mel Jones, Alyssa Healy, Waugh,Lee, Hussey, Brad Haddin, Brendon Julian, Kath Loughnan, Andrew Symonds and Megan Barnard.

Magazine programs Cricket 360, The Big Break, Tea Break, Fox Cricket – Test Day and Cricket A.M will keep viewers all the latest news and views during the Fourth Test.

FOURTH TEST COVERAGE LIVE ON FOX CRICKET

Fox Cricket is available on Foxtel, and to stream on Kayo, Foxtel GO and Foxtel Now.

Kayo features Hindi commentary from Harsha Bhogle and Kayo Minis will be available shortly after the end of each days play, with Key Moments capturing every boundary and wicket in real time for those who wish to relive the best bits.

Subscribe to KAYO now and enjoy all this sport action and more on a 14-Day Free Trial.

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