The A-League Grand Final pushed SBS to a 10.1% share, with 254,000 on VICELAND possibly its best figure so far for the multichannel.
But the main event on Sunday was the close tussle between Nine and Seven.
The Voice was down but it won its timeslot with 1.08m viewers. House Rules had its best figure since launch and managed second in its timeslot with 799,000 leaving Masterchef third at 767,000, its lowest so far.
There also wasn’t much change between 60 Minutes and Sunday Night, with Nine winning that battle too. Seven News won at 6pm.
While Nine edged ahead in primary channel figures, Seven’s multichannels helped to lift it to a network tie with both on 28.9%, followed by TEN 17.5% ABC 14.6% and SBS 10.1%.
The Voice led for Nine with 1.08m viewers then Nine News (1.06m), 60 Minutes (715,000) and The Boy with No Brain (366,000).
Seven News was #1 with 1.18m viewers then House Rules (799,000), Sunday Night (659,000) and The Suspects (461,000).
MasterChef Australia (767,000), Bull (384,000), TEN Eyewitness News (315,000), Modern Family (274,000), Family Feud (227,000) and NCIS: New Orleans (225,000) comprised TEN’s night.
On ABC it was ABC News (658,000), Grantchester (624,000), Doctor Who (417,000) and DCI Banks (316,000).
Secrets of the Lost Graveyard (230,000) topped SBS then Walt Disney (210,000) and SBS World News (173,000.