06 July 2020
Updates from SCGT Sports Partners
AFL – (Sydney Swans)
The Swans will next feature at the SCG when the side meets Brisbane Lions on Saturday, July 18.
For the very latest from the Swans, click here.
NRL – (Sydney Roosters)
The Roosters will return home in round nine of the NRL to tackle the Canberra Raiders in a rematch of the sides' 2019 NRL grand final.
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Cricket (Cricket Australia)
Cricket Australia has announced (May 28) a full international schedule for the 2020-21 summer, underlining the organisation's growing confidence the season will be able to proceed amid loosening COVID-19 restrictions.
The full schedule includes international cricket in every month from August to February, subject to change amid the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic.
The men's schedule announced today confirms details of Tests against India and Afghanistan as well as revealing ODIs against India, New Zealand and Zimbabwe as well as T20 Internationals against India, New Zealand and the West Indies.
Men's Test Series v India
First Test: December 3-7, the Gabba, Brisbane
Second Test: December 11-15, Adelaide Oval (day-night)
Third Test: December 26-30, MCG
Fourth Test: January 3-7, SCG
Gillette Men's ODI Series v India
First ODI: January 12, Perth Stadium
Second ODI: January 15, MCG
Third ODI: January 17, SCG
Gillette Men's T20 v New Zealand
Only T20: February 2, SCG
In response to the New Zealand Government's latest travel restrictions, Cricket Australia and the SCG was advised the New Zealand Men's Cricket team would return home on Saturday March 14.
The two remaining scheduled matches of the One-Day International series in Australia and the upcoming three-match T20 International series in New Zealand were postponed on March 15, until further notice.
Cricket Australia and New Zealand Cricket will work together to identify a future opportunity to play both series.
For the very latest from Cricket Australia, click here.
Super Rugby – (NSW Waratahs)
NSW Waratahs returned to Super Rugby action in a clash with the Queensland Reds on July 3.
The Waratahs will host the Western Force at the SCG on Saturday, July 11.
Teams will play each other twice each before a two-week finals series, culminating in a September 19 grand final.
For the very latest from the Waratahs, click here.
A-League & W-League (Sydney FC)
The Hyundai A-League 2019/20 season is set to resume on Thursday, July 16.
Sydney FC will likely play out remaining home matches at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium in Kogarah, or Bankwest Stadium in Parramatta.
“We have developed multiple draw options for the completion of the regular season,” FFA’s Head of Leagues, Greg O’Rourke, explained.
“All options commence with Victory taking on Western United at AAMI Park followed by a game between the table topping Sydney FC against third-placed Wellington Phoenix at Netstrata Jubilee Stadium the following day.”
For the very latest from Sydney FC, click here.