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Australians are wailing to watch Bangladesh-Australia T20Is

 Sports Desk daily-bangladesh.com

 Published: 04:04 PM, 5 August 2021  

Australians are wailing to watch Bangladesh-Australia T20Is

Australians are wailing to watch Bangladesh-Australia T20Is

Australian cricket team has come to Bangladesh to play the first-ever bilateral five-match T20 series. Many star cricketers are not participating in this tour. That is why no Australian TV channel has expressed interest in airing the series. In this situation, the common people of Australia are wailing to watch games against Bangladesh.

Aussies already lost both games they played against Bangladesh in the five-match series. But no Australian broadcasters have expressed their eager to broadcast this series. That's why Australian TV channels have stopped broadcasting their games after 27 years. The country's cricketers and fans have had to suffer from watching the game. 

While those matches were one-off events, and not broadcast in their local markets either, the last time Australia-based fans were not able to see the team for a full international series was during the 1994 tour of Pakistan, some 27 years ago. 

Australian TV channels had a lame argument that they would not show any match for fear of losing business.

However, with Australia losing two matches in a row, the country's fans' interest in the series has increased. Aussie captain Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell tweeted that they are looking for a web link to watch the series.

Former cricketer Damien Martin has started the survey on Twitter after the second match. Tagging the country's sports channel 'Fox Sports', he asked, should Fox Sports show this series?

In such a survey, more than 90 percent of the votes have already been cast in favor of showing the game. In response to a Martin named Trav Hawks, this lockdown requires watching the game. The Tigers have now become the center of everyone's interest in their craft.

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