How to watch Allan Border Medal 2020 live and free
Cricket Australia's most prestigious prizes are the Allan Border Medal (men) and Belinda Clark Medal (women). Here's how you can watch the red-carpet awards ceremony live.
Watch Allan Border Medal now
You can watch the Allan Border Medal on 7mate or you can use this 14-day free trial to experience it – and plenty more – on Kayo Sports.
Australia takes its cricket pretty seriously. The Australian men's and women's cricket teams are the pride of the land. Be it the mighty Test side, the ODIs or the T20s. It's not just the international cricket either, as the various domestic leagues also find thousands of fans every week. The Big Bash League in particular is one of the most watched leagues in the world.
At the end of each summer, the Cricket Australia community gets together at a big red-carpet event in search of the best players from the year prior. It's called the Allan Border Medal for the men and the Belinda Clark Medal for the women. There are an additional nine awards handed out on the night, too, across a range of categories.
The good news is you can watch the Allan Border and Belinda Clark Medals and the rest of the ceremony live and free. You can also see the previous list of winners here.
When is the Allan Border Medal on?
The 2020 Allan Border Medal presentation begins at 7pm AEDT on 10 February. The event is being held at Melbourne's Crown Towers.
How to watch the Allan Border Medal
The entire Allan Border Medal will be aired on the 7mate app or via Fox Cricket. It will also be available on demand through Fox Cricket. You can access Fox Cricket through Foxtel iQ or Foxtel Now if you have the premium Sport pack, or via Kayo Sports.
Kayo Sports is not only the easiest and the cheapest option for accessing Fox Cricket, it's also the best. Not only does it have all the same live sport as Foxtel (except Eurosport), but all the shows, documentaries, on-demand content and more.
However, it has the flexibility to be watched on a host of different platforms. This includes PC, Mac, iOS, Android, Apple TV, Android TV, Telstra TV, Samsung TVs and Chromecast. Plus, it has some exclusive viewing features you won't find anywhere else. This includes SplitView, RaceView, picture-in-picture mode, key moments timeline, interactive stats and plenty more. You can read our full Kayo review for all the details.
Best of all, you can watch Kayo Sports right now for free using this 14-day trial. That's long enough to get you the start of Australia's South African tour as well.
List of medals that will be handed out
- Allan Border Medal
- Belinda Clark Medal
- Test Player of the Year
- Men's ODI Player of the Year
- Women's ODI Player of the Year
- Men's T20I Player of the Year
- Women's T20I Player of the Year
- Domestic Male Player of the Year
- Domestic Female Player of the Year
- Bradman Young Men's Cricketer of the Year
- Betty Wilson Young Women's Cricketer of the Year
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