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The Australian one-day domestic cricket schedule kicks off September 21st with the newly named Marsh Cup. Complete with a revamped fixture, the 50-over competition is set to take place over three blocks of matches that will allow more of Australia’s international players take part.
The opening block features a match almost every day from September 21st through October 2nd. This page contains all the information on how to live stream all of these one-dayers as well as watch them on TV.
How to live stream the Marsh Cup
The opening batch of Marsh Cup matches will be available for live stream on either the Cricket Network, Kayo, or Foxtel. Half of these matches can be live-streamed for free via cricket.com.au and the Cricket Australia Live app.
To live-stream the rest of the matches on your preferred mobile device you will require either a Kayo or Foxtel subscription.
Kayo is a relatively new service that allows you to stream any Foxtel sporting content on your mobile or tablet. A subscription to Kayo costs $25 a month, which is less than what it would cost you to subscribe to Foxtel and pick up the sports package.
Alternatively, if you are interested in streaming from Foxtel you may want to subscribe to Foxtel Now – a streaming-only variant of the pay-TV service. If you are already subscribed to Foxtel on TV, you can simply use the Foxtel App, which is already included as part of your package.
TV rights for the 2019 Marsh Cup mimic the live stream rights above.
Fox Sports will show half of the domestic one-dayers live while the rest will be only available online via the Cricket Network. Fox’s match coverage will also have no ad breaks during play.
To watch their coverage, you will need a valid Foxtel TV subscription.
Check out the full domestic cricket TV guide to see exactly which matches will be available on each platform.