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Cricket World Cup Australian TV and broadcast guide 2023

Steve Smith. (AAP Image/Dan Peled)

In Australia, every single match of the 2023 Cricket World Cup, which gets underway on October 5 and runs for over a month in India, will be broadcast on TV and available to stream online.

The tournament will feature 48 games including two semi-finals and a final, with the ten teams to face off in a round-robin across England over a month and a half.

The final will be played on Sunday, November 19.

How to watch the tournament on TV

Under a deal with the International Cricket Council, Fox Sports will have the rights to every game of the tournament.

As they did in 2019, Channel 9 will broadcast all Australian games as well as major matches, including the tournament opener, semi-finals and final, live and free, though some games may be on secondary channel 9Gem.

To tune into the Fox Sports coverage, you will need to make sure you have a valid Foxtel TV subscription, complete with the sports package.


How to live stream the tournament online

There will be multiple ways to stream the 2023 Cricket World Cup online, on any device you may own.

If you are looking to stream every game of the tournament online, then you will need to be following, and have access to, the Fox Sports coverage.

The best way to do this is to sign up to Kayo Sports, which will set you back $25 per month and is the platform to stream all of the Foxtel sports channels.

You will also be able to use Foxtel Now, or the Foxtel App, which is the way to go if you already have a TV subscription, however, both of these require the sports pack of channels.

If you are only looking to stream the games on Nine, then you will be able to do so for free through 9 Now, which you need to sign up for with a valid email address and password.


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