Once again a new season of the oldest and the most popular test cricket tournament coming to blast the grounds. The 2017-18 Sheffield Shield is starting from 26th of October and will continue till its final match on 23rd of March. Broadcasting of the tournament matches will be done in various countries on TV Channels as well as on the internet. So keep reading to get all the necessary information to catch live matches from the tournament. It is a great tournament not by its own but by its players and by their huge records. Darren Lehmann is the top scorer of the of the tournament with 12971 runs. While Clarrie Grimmett is the highest wicket-taker with 513 wickets. In addition to this below is the entire Sheffield Shield 2017 Live Streaming along with its Broadcasting TV Channels. Also, see the Sheffield Shield 2017 Schedule along with the live score.
Sheffield Shield 2017 Live Streaming
As all the fans now that the Sheffield Shield is the most important test cricket tournament in Australia. But its broadcasting is done mostly in Australia and only in few other countries. So Live Telecast of all the matches will be a difficult task for the Fans to catch. So here is the list of the official broadcasters which can help fans to get the matches on time.
The broadcasting rights for the tournament is with Cricket Australia TV. So in Australia, the matches will be available on that along with Nine Network will also telecast the matches. Cricket Australia will stream some important matches on their official website.
In India, Star Sports has the rights to telecast the matches. So live telecast will be available on Star Sports Channels. While Hotstar will provide Sheffield Shield 2017 Live Streaming of the fixture online.
Sheffield Shield Highest Run Scorer in a single inning
The list describes the best batsman that the tournament has seen since its origin. The cricket legend Don Bradman is the highest run scorer with 452 runs who created the record in the year 1929. Also, catch the Sheffield Shield 2017 Squad from here.
|1||1929–30||Don Bradman||New South Wales v Queensland||452*|
|2||1927–28||Bill Ponsfor||Victoria v Queensland||437|
|3||1900–01||Clem Hill||South Australia v New South Wales||365*|
|4||1963–64||Bob Simpson||New South Wales v Queensland||359|
|5||1935–36||Don Bradman||South Australia v Victoria||357|