Sports Entertainment Network’s commitment to cricket will continue throughout 2023, with SEN and SENZ securing broadcast rights for the ICC World Test Championship Final.
The broadcast will be the first time the Championship will be covered across the SEN airwaves in Australia.
It will also make a return to SENZ, with New Zealand cricket fans having enjoyed all the action in 2021 when New Zealand beat India.
The Final will see Australia face off against India at one of cricket’s most revered venues, The Kia Oval, in London from 7-11 June.
Every ball will be called throughout various SEN and SENZ radio, digital platforms, and the SEN App.
Sports Entertainment Network CEO Craig Hutchison says, “We are delighted to take our SEN Cricket audiences to the Kia Oval for test cricket’s crowning moment and provide Australian, Indian, and broader cricket fans with a call they deserve of a tantalising test on neutral soil.
“There’s no doubt these teams deserve the mantle as the best two of the present test cycle and after the extraordinary Indian win in the recent series, to see them meet again on neutral turf will be fascinating.
“We are fiercely committed to being the home of cricket and take fans there and once again we’ll have a commentary team on the ground in London to deliver a world class call back into Australia and also our SENZ stations in New Zealand who also love their cricket.”