BBL: Where to watch Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers online in Australia
Melbourne Renegades clash with Perth Scorchers this Thursday, in a game that's shaping up to bring on the heat.
With the Big Bash League upon us, cricket fans are particularly busy this summer. Thankfully, there's enough coverage of the games to go around, so you can easily follow your favourite teams, either by catching the matches on TV or tuning in via the Internet with your preferred device.
Melbourne Renegades will meet Perth Scorchers on Thursday 20 December, with coverage starting at 6:45pm AEDST. Here's how to catch the game live.
Option 1: Stream in HD with Kayo
Although it recently hit the market, Kayo is already shaping up to be an accessible way to watch a wide variety of sports, including cricket. The platform offers every match of the Big Bash League live, in HD, with replays also available. New customers get a 14-day free trial. After that, users have to pay $25/month for a Basic subscription (supports 2 simultaneous streams) or $35/month for a Premium subscription (supports 3 simultaneous streams).
Kayo Sports is available on PCs, Macs, smartphones, tablets, Chromecast, Apple TV and Telstra TV.
Option 2: Watch for free on Seven
Network Seven has the broadcast rights to 43 Big Bash League matches this season, including the Melbourne Renegades vs Perth Scorchers clash. You can watch the encounter for free on Channel Seven.
Option 3: Stream with Foxtel GO
If you have a Foxtel subscription with the Sport Package you can tune in for the match on FOX Cricket. Alternatively, you can stream the game to your laptop or mobile device with Foxtel GO. The app is free with your Foxtel subscription.
Option 4: Stream the match with Foxtel Now
Sports fans can also watch FOX Cricket with Foxtel Now. The channel is available in the Sport Pack, priced at $29/month. However, to watch sport you also need to get the Entry Pack, which costs $25/month and comes with a mix of Pop and Lifestyle channels. As a result, you'll have to pay $54/month to be able to stream cricket matches with Foxtel Now.
Foxtel Now works on a variety of devices, including Macs, PCs, smartphones, tablets, PS4, Telstra TV, Chromecast, Airplay and the Foxtel Now box. A 10-day free trial is available for new customers.
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