Socceroos defeat Masterchef (and Jordan)

Ten’s Masterchef dropped to fourth in its timeslot last night with SBS1’s coverage of the vital Socceroos World Cup qualifier against Jordan pulling in one of the public service broadcaster’s biggest audiences of the year.

Top in the battle of 7.30pm was The Block, which rated 1.242m across its 7-8pm timeslot, according to overnight metro ratings from OzTAM.

House Rules, on Seven, which ran from 7.30pm to 8.45pm rated 1.093m.

The Socceroos game on SBS1 averaged 761,000 from 7.30pm to 10.30pm.

Masterchef rated 715,000, down from last Tuesday’s 860,000.

However, Masterchef did see off 7.30 on ABC1, which rated 668,000.

In ten’s chosen battleground of 25-54, Masterchef edged ahead of the soccer.

Seven’s drama Packed To The Rafters rated 1.134m.

Nine’s Celebrity Apprentice continued to fade, rating 672,000 and 633,000 for the two parts of the show.

Seven won the night with a share of 22.1 per cent to Nine’s 20.0 per cent. SBS1’s strong performance – with a share of 9.8 per cent – came mainly at the expense of ABC1 which averaged 11 per cent. Ten was on 14.7 per cent.

In the close battle of breakfast, Seven’s Sunrise beat Nine’s Today by 348,000 to 342,000. And Seven’s The Morning Show saw off Nine’s Mornings by 133,000 to 111,000.

Tuesday’s top 15 shows:

  1. Nine News Nine 1.332m
  2. Seven News Seven 1.262m
  3. The Block Nine 1.242m
  4. A Current Affair Nine 1.147m
  5. Packed to the Rafters Seven 1.134m
  6. House Rules Seven 1.093m
  7. Today Tonight Seven 1.052m
  8. Home and Away Seven 0.971m
  9. The Big Bang Theory Nine 0.873m
  10. ABC News ABC 0.871m
  11. NCIS Ten 0.802m
  12. Hot Seat Nine 0.777m
  13. World Cup Qualifying SBS 0.761m
  14. Ten News Ten 0.716m
  15. Masterchef Ten 0.715m

Tuesday’s share:

  • Seven: 22.1%
  • Nine: 20.0%
  • Ten: 14.7%
  • ABC1: 11.0%
  • SBS1: 9.8%
  • 7TWO: 3.9%
  • GO!: 3.5%
  • Gem: 2.7%
  • Eleven: 2.7%
  • ABC2: 2.5%
  • 7mate: 2.5%
  • One: 2.1%
  • ABC News 24: 1.0%
  • ABC3: 0.8%
  • SBS2: 0.7%
  • NITV: 0.1%

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