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Australia v Sri Lanka Series

Macquarie Sports Radio

You know what’s great about the English summer of cricket finishing?

The Australian summer of cricket starting!

After a thrilling World Cup in the UK, the best commentary team in the business will be ready to rock and roll when the Aussies return home to take on Pakistan and resurgent rival New Zealand!

Macquarie Sports Radio will once again broadcast Australian radio’s most comprehensive cricket coverage this summer, including ALL men’s and women’s international matches, as well as the men’s Big Bash League.

Australia and Sri Lanka will play three T20 Internationals at North Sydney Oval followed by three One-Day Internationals at Allan Border Field, with ICC Women’s Championship points up for grabs in the three 50-over matches.

And then the Aussie men will be looking to continue on their impressive form from the Ashes and record a comprehensive Summer victory! It all kicks off in a two-Test series against Pakistan before we face off against our rivals from across the ditch New Zealand in a three-test series!

WOMEN’S ONE-DAY INTERNATIONALS
5 October, 10am – Australia v Sri Lanka, Allan Border Field, Brisbane
7 October, 10am – Australia v Sri Lanka, Allan Border Field, Brisbane
9 October, 10am – Australia v Sri Lanka, Allan Border Field, Brisbane

Other highlights this summer include:

MEN’S TEST CRICKET

21 November, 11am AEDT – Australia v Pakistan, The Gabba, Brisbane
29 November, 11am AEDT – Australia v Pakistan, The Gabba, Brisbane

12 December, 1pm AEDT – Australia v New Zealand, Perth Stadium, Perth
26 December, 10:30am AEDT – Australia v New Zealand, MCG, Melbourne

3 January, 10:30am AEDT – Australia v New Zealand, SCG, Sydney

BIG BASH

  • Men’s: December 17 – February 8

And much more, including International T20 matches against Sri Lanka and Pakistan!

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Macquarie Sports Radio’s Summer of Cricket on Sydney 954AM, Melbourne 1278AM, Brisbane 882AM and Perth Digital Radio.

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