The upcoming World Test Championship (WTC) final between India and New Zealand to be held in Southampton from June 18 will not be telecast in Australia as no Australian broadcaster has got the rights to telecast the final match so far.

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The said in its report, “The International Cricket Council is scrambling to find the broadcaster of the match between India and New Zealand starting next Friday in Southampton. At such a time, we do not have the rights to telecast the final, but discussions are on about it.

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The ICC also confirmed that no agreement has been signed with any broadcaster yet. However, he expressed confidence that an agreement would be reached in the coming days. Typically, Star Sports is the broadcast partner of the ICC and handles the global broadcast network.

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However, since there is only one match to be played in the WTC Finals, it has not taken responsibility for the distribution of the broadcast around the world. Star India holds the broadcast rights for the WTC Finals in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. At the same time, there is Sky Sports in England, SuperSport in South Africa and Sky New Zealand in New Zealand.



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