International cricket finally resumes, with Australia travelling to England for a limited overs tour comprising three T20s and three ODIs. This is The Roar’s guide to live streaming the series online, or watching it on TV.
The first T20 gets underway at 3am (AEST) on Saturday, November 5. You can check out the full schedule below.
Australia limited overs tour of England
Sat Sep 5
Sun Sep 6
Wed Sep 9
Fri Sep 11
Sun Sep 13
Wed Sep 16
How to watch the series on TV in Australia
As with all overseas tours, the only way to watch this series on TV will be through Fox Cricket.
Fox Cricket is available on channel 501 through Foxtel, or channel 255 in HD. Their coverage of the first T20 begins at 2:30am, with coverage of subsequent matches typically beginning half an hour before first ball.
Channel 7’s coverage of Australian cricket does not include limited overs matches or overseas tours. You will not be able to watch this series on free-to-air.
How to live stream the series online in Australia
There are a few options available for live streaming.
The best option is Kayo Sports, who have live coverage and on-demand replays of every international cricket match featuring Australia. You may be eligible for a two-week free trial if you’ve never used the service before.
If you’d like to stream more than just Foxtel’s sporting content, you may find a subscription to Foxtel Now more useful.
If you’ve already got a Foxtel subscription, just use Foxtel GO to get a stream of Fox Cricket’s coverage – it’s included in your plan.
As always, The Roar will have the series covered with ball-by-ball commentary, video highlights, analysis and opinion from fans like you.