For Aussie cricket fans, 2019 is going to be a defining year. Steve Smith looks set to return to lead the charge in the northern hemisphere as Australia takes on England and the rest of the world in the ICC Cricket World Cup, before both the Australian men and women’s teams face the old enemy again in the latest installment of The Ashes. Then later in the year, the action returns Down Under for the Australian summer of cricket. But how are you going to watch it all? Canstar Blue explains your options.
How to watch the Cricket World Cup in Australia?
The Holy Grail of ODIs, the ICC Cricket World Cup is back in 2019, with Australia looking to defend its title against stiff competition. Coming around every four years, the World Cup will this year be hosted in England and Wales. To catch the action, you’ll have the choice between Kayo, Foxtel and Channel Nine.
Cricket World Cup on Kayo
With live coverage and on-demand replays available for every match of the World Cup, you can tune into Kayo regardless of who you support. With the full coverage, you’ll be able to watch every delivery, shot and catch to keep you going until the next World Cup.
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Cricket World Cup on Foxtel
Similar to Kayo, Foxtel will also offer full coverage – live and replays – of the ICC Cricket World Cup, with every game available for viewing. Foxtel coverage additionally offers commentary and analysis while the tournament progresses, meaning you can get the lowdown before the next game is played.
Cricket World Cup on Nine
For those only interested in catching the Aussies in action (as well as the finals), Channel Nine has got the free-to-air rights for all Australian games for the Cricket World Cup. Coverage will depend on your local TV station, so be sure to check your TV guide.
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