SEN to broadcast Border-Gavaskar Trophy clash live from India

Sports Entertainment Network (SEN) will cover the Border-Gavaskar Trophy clash live from India over the next couple of months. 

Indian and Australian fans are catered to with a line up of experts from both sides.

Commentator Adam Collins will lead the team throughout the series, with SEN’s Chief Sports Caller Gerard Whateley joining the action live from India for the Second Test in Delhi. 

Ravi Shastri, the former national coach, and Harsha Bhogle, India’s ‘voice of cricket’, also join the SEN line up. Indian-Australian writer, Bharat Sundaresan, will also return. 

The Australian’s Chief Cricket Writer, Peter Lalor, will provide a critical lens on the Australians, with International callers Nikesh Rughani and Daniel Norcross rounding out the ball-by-ball team. 

“For a generation of players and fans, this series was seen as the Final Frontier for Australian cricket, and it will be no different for Pat Cummins’ side in conditions that will challenge every discipline throughout each session of this marquee contest,” Adam Collins said. 

“So, there can be no better time for SEN to visit India for the first time after covering every ball of Australia’s tours to Pakistan and Sri Lanka last year. We can’t wait.”

The schedule of the Australia v India Test Series is:

  • First Test: February 9-13, Nagpur 
  • Second Test: February 17-21, Delhi
  • Third Test: March 1-5, Dharamsala
  • Fourth Test: March 9-13, Ahmedabad 

Live broadcasts of all four Test Matches will air on SEN 1170AMSENQ 693 AMSEN 1116amSEN SA 1629amSEN WASEN Tassie 1629amSEN Top End 1611amSEN Fanatic (DAB+ Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane) and the SEN App

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