Australia have a second consecutive Women’s World T20 title in their sights. All they need to do now is defeat group-stage conquerors India in the Final on Sunday, March 8, and championship number five will be theirs.
Keen on watching the big match? Here is The Roar’s guide to live streaming the Women’s T20 World Cup Final, or watching every ball on your TV.
The Final will be played at the mighty MCG on Sunday, March 8. Barring a rain delay, the first ball will be bowled at 6pm (AEDT).
The Aussies progressed to their sixth straight World T20 Final via a thrilling 5-run win over South Africa in the semi-final at the SCG. Earlier, rain in Sydney meant that the scheduled semi-final between India and England was washed out, with India’s higher group stage position seeing them through to the final two.
As with every match of the World Cup so far, Fox Cricket and Channel 9 will be simulcasting the Final, giving you two options to watch the match live on your TV.
Both will show every ball live, with Fox Cricket (channel 501) ad-free between overs.
To watch on the latter, you’ll need a valid Foxtel TV subscription.
If you don’t have this, then 9GEM is for you. Nine’s secondary channel (92) will be showing every ball live, while also broadcasting in High Definition on Channel 95 in HD-accessible areas.
Just like for TV viewers, live streamers will need to rely on Fox or Nine to watch every ball from your preferred device.
For holders of a valid Kayo Sports subscription, all you need to do is head to the website (or app depending on your device), click on the World T20 Final stream, and start watching. If you miss a ball or two, or even the full match, Kayo will also let you catch up spoiler-free.
A Kayo subscription costs $25 a month, but you might be eligible for a free trial if you’ve never used the service before. To sign up, follow the link above.
If you have a Foxtel subscription instead of Kayo, simply use the Foxtel GO app, which is included in your subscription.
The Final will also be available to stream on 9Now. Simply log in or sign up for a free account, and you’re set.
If you can’t make it to a screen to watch the big game, we’ll be covering the match here on The Roar with our live blog.