Sydney: The second ODI of the continued three-match sequence between Australia and India performed on Sunday delivered report viewership rankings Down Under, based on TV numbers revealed by pay channel Fox Sports.
An viewers of 5,85,000 tuned in throughout Foxtel platforms and Kayo to look at the second match which Australia gained by 51 runs on the Sydney Cricket Ground, based on Fox Sports.
The first ODI of the sequence, which Australia had gained by 66 runs in opposition to the Men in Blue on November 27, additionally watched by 4,70,000 folks throughout all platforms on Foxtel.
The rankings for Sunday’s conflict by the Australian cricket group was greater than 2015 World Cup ultimate in opposition to New Zealand delivered on PayTV.
“How good’s the cricket. The women are the best in the world and now Australia’s ODI men’s team is performing better than we’ve seen in modern times against top-rated India and Virat Kohli – it doesn’t get any better,” Fox Sports government director Steve Crawley stated.
“Beginning the summer with the white ball has proven to be a hugely successful formula for Cricket Australia,” he added.
Channel 7, a free-to-air, holds the rights for the four-match Test sequence between Australia and India whereas Fox Sports has the rights to broadcast the 2 white-ball sequence — three ODIs and as many T20Is.
Both channels will, nevertheless, have the ability to broadcast the primary Test, a pink-ball affair to be performed on the Adelaide Oval from December 17-21. This would be the lone Test which Kohli will play earlier than returning to India for the start of his first little one with spouse Anushka Sharma.