TV Guide: Australia vs West Indies on Seven and Kayo

Australia West Indies

The first match takes place from January 17-21

After smashing Pakistan to start the year, Australia are set to take on the West Indies in a two-match series. 

The first match of Australia vs West Indies takes place from January 17-21, starting at 11:30 am AEDT / 11:00 am Adelaide local time on Seven and Kayo. 

The second match takes place from January 25-29 at The Gabba in Brisbane, starting at 2:00 pm AEDT / 1:30 pm local.

With an absent David Warner, all eyes will be on the number-ranked nation to see how they adapt without their star opening batsman. 

Having already won the World Test Championship, the ODI World Cup and the New Year’s Test against Pakistan, the Australian team will have their hearts set on winning the two-match series to round out a successful summer. 

Australia lineup:

Pat Cummins (c), Alex Carey, Josh Hazlewood, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Matthew Renshaw, Mitchell Starc, Scott Boland, Cameron Green, Travis Head, Marnus Labuschagne, Mitchell Marsh, Steve Smith

Full 2024 Summer Cricket schedule:

Australia vs. West Indies

Test – Jan. 17-21, 2024
Test – Jan. 25-29, 2024
ODI – Feb. 2, 2024
ODI – Feb. 4, 2024
ODI – Feb. 6, 2024
T20 – Feb. 9, 2024
T20 – Feb. 11, 2024
T20 – Feb. 13, 2024

Seven reports that their Test and BBL coverage across the summer has reached a combined 10.5 million Australians nationally, including 7.1 million in the capital cities. 

The three Australia v Pakistan Tests reached 8.75 million people nationally (5.8 million in the capital cities), with an average national audience of 725,000 nationally. The average audience was up 3% nationally on the same Tests in the 2022-23 season and up 4% in the capital cities.

The first test in Perth saw a 29% increase nationally year-on-year (up 31% in the capital cities), while the third Test was up 3% nationally and 4% in the capital cities.

The BBL’s average season-to-date national audience is 484,000 and has grown in the capital cities, including a 24% jump in Brisbane and a 2% increase in Melbourne. 

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