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What to watch in round four
12/06/2017 10:33 PM ET

Round four ABL action gets underway tonight with in-form Canberra hosting ladder-leaders Melbourne at Narrabundah. will bring you six live games across the round, including tonight's Cavs-Aces match-up and all four games between Brisbane and Sydney at Holloway Field.

The series finale between Perth and Adelaide will close out the action.

The remaining games will have audio broadcasts while the Baseball Live app is your one-stop spot for all ABL content, with live scoring, results, streams, highlights and the latest league news.

Here is some of what you have to look forward to during round four:


Melbourne @ Canberra, 7.00pm AEDT

The Cavs have won six of eight to charge above .500 and the Aces sit atop the standings with a 7-4 record after sweeping their ABLCS rematch in round three. It sets the stage for a big series in the nation's capital and you can watch game one live on ABLtv. Mark Hamburger will start for Melbourne a week after pitching a complete game shutout against the Bandits and Steven Kent will chase his second win for Canberra this season. There are plenty of stars on display offensively too, including David Kandilas (Cavalry) and Tomoya Mori (Aces.)



Sydney @ Brisbane, 7.30pm AEDT

Travis Blackley vs Clayton Freimuth. Lin Chih-sheng vs Chiang Chih-hsien. Mitch Nilsson vs Trent D'Antonio. Some of the league's hottest talents will go head-to-head at Holloway Field in a Saturday night blockbuster. By now, game three of the series, at least one team will have snapped a four-game losing streak. This game also marks the 100th regular-season fixture at Holloway Field.



Adelaide @ Perth, 2.00pm AEDT

The Bite head to Perth with a 2-10 record and a daunting challenge ahead of them against the joint ABL-leaders. Will they be aiming for an upset win or staring at another series defeat in Sunday's broadcast game four? Adelaide will look to Matt Williams to quell the Heat's firing offence. Perth leads the league in runs, batting average, home runs and stolen bases, while the Bite's offence has struggled to produce.




Melbourne @ Canberra, 7.00pm AEDT -



Melbourne @ Canberra, 7.00pm AEDT - Canberra MixLR (audio)

Sydney @ Brisbane, 7.30pm AEDT -

Adelaide @ Perth, 10.00pm AEDT - Talking Baseball Australia (audio)



Sydney @ Brisbane, 4.30pm AEDT -

Adelaide @ Perth, 7.00pm AEDT - Talking Baseball Australia (audio)

Melbourne @ Canberra, 7.00pm AEDT - Canberra MixLR (audio)

Sydney @ Brisbane, 7.30pm AEDT -

Adelaide @ Perth, 10.00pm AEDT - Talking Baseball Australia (audio)



Melbourne @ Canberra, 1.00pm AEDT - Canberra MixLR (audio)

Sydney @ Brisbane, 2.00pm AEDT -

Adelaide @ Perth, 2.00pm AEDT -

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