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Listen to SS commentary team Down Under



With the No 1 test ranking on the line, summer’s most eagerly anticipated cricket matchup between old foes South Africa and Australia could potentially be regarded as the “unofficial” world test championship. The winner of the three-match series will officially top the ICC test rankings.

The tour Down Under is exclusively live on SuperSport and in HD, starting on Friday.

Former Australian international Tom Moody will join SuperSport’s HD Ackerman, Mpumelelo Mbangwa, Mike Haysman and Kepler Wessels in the commentary booth for the duration of the Proteas’ stay Down Under.

BROADCAST DETAILS (all times are CAT, SA, GMT+2)

Friday, November 9
First Test Day 1
SS2HD, SS2 (1:30am)

Saturday, November 10
First Test Day 2
SS2HD, SS2 (1:30am)

Sunday, November 11
First Test Day 3
SS2HD, SS2 (1:30am)

Monday, November 12
First Test Day 4
SS2HD, SS2 (1:30am)

Tuesday, November 13
First Test Day 5
SS2HD, SS2 (1:30am)



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