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AUS vs SA Tests, where to watch live: TV channels & live streaming | Australia v South Africa 2022/23

The AUS v SA Tests will start from December 17 - here is where you can watch the action live
by Wisden Staff 2 minute read

Australia and South Africa will lock horns in a three-match Test series that will start on December 17, 2022 – here is where you can watch the AUS vs SA Tests live on TV channels and live streaming platforms.

Australia come into the series having convincingly dispatched the West Indies’ challenge. Pat Cummins did not play the second Test against the Caribbean outfit but the hosts did not suffer. With South Africa now in town, and Cummins returning from injury, they will hope to win this series as well.

South Africa, meanwhile, will want to win their fourth consecutive Test series in Australia. In fact, the Proteas have lost only one of their five most recent Test rubbers against Australia, meaning that they will be fancying their chances of emerging victorious again.


There are several interesting match-ups to keep an eye on. Almost all of Australia’s frontline batters have been scoring runs lately. The likes of David Warner, Marnus Labuschagne, Steve Smith, Travis Head and Usman Khawaja, though, will be tested against a strong South African bowling attack, which consists of Anrich Nortje, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi and Marco Jansen.

The opening Test will take place at the Gabba and will begin on December 17. The caravan will then move to the Melbourne Cricket Ground for the Boxing Day Test, with Sydney hosting the final encounter from January 4.

AUS vs SA Tests, where to watch live: TV channels and live streaming details

United Kingdom: Viewers in the United Kingdom can watch the Test series on BT Sport (on BT Sport 3 HD).

India: Sony Sports Network will telecast the games on the Sony Sports 2 channel. Sony LIV will provide live streaming for this contest.

Australia: The Test series can be watched on Channel 7, and Foxtel and Kayo Sports subscription services.

South Africa: Fans in South Africa will be able to view the action on SuperSport – on SuperSport Grand Stand (201), SuperSport Cricket (212) and SuperSport 490.

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