Andy Murray
Andy Murray has made it to four Australian Open finals Getty

Andy Murray will take on Milos Raonic in the men's singles semi-final clash of the 2016 Australian Open on 29 January, Friday.

Where to Watch Live

The match starts at 9:30am GMT. Live coverage will be available on Eurosport 1, Eurosport 1 HD, Eurosport 2 and Eurosport HD. Live scores and real-time internet updates are available on the Australian Open's official website.

Overview

In the last six years, Murray has made it to the final on four occasions, missing out only in 2012 and 2014. The British star has yet to win the Australian Open. He lost all four finals – to Novak Djokovic on three occasions and to Roger Federer in 2010.

Murray has won only two Grand Slams in his career. He is now two wins away from winning his first Australian Open and the third Grand Slam of his career. He faces Raonic in the last four of the tournament and is now the favourite to progress to the final.

In the quarter-final, the 28-year-old defeated David Ferrer in four sets. After winning the first set, he lost the second set to the Spaniard, only to bounce back in the third and the fourth set to clinch the match. The final scoreline was 6-3, 6-7, 6-2, 6-3.

Milos Raonic
Milos Raonic reacts after winning the quarter-final of the 2016 Australian Open against Gael MonfilsGetty

On the other hand, Raonic emerged as a challenger for the first Grand Slam after defeating Gael Monfils in the quarter-final and Stan Wawrinka in the fourth round. The last match ended in the fourth set against the Frenchman, with Raonic dropping the second set to Monfils.

Raonic has never made it to the final of any Grand Slam. The 25-year-old Canadian has a chance to make it to his first career final, should he manage to defeat Murray on Friday.

Betting Odds (888Sport.com)

  • Andy Murray to win: 6/17
  • Milos Raonic to win: 23/10

Head-To-Head

Murray and Raonic have faced each other six times so far, and tied with three wins apiece. The duo played each other in one Grand Slam, with the British star winning in straight sets in the fourth round of the 2012 US Open. In the last five meetings, Murray has a 3-2 lead over Raonic

Australian Open history

Murray and Raonic have never faced each other in the Australian Open.