For Aussie cricket fans, the action never stops. Fresh off retaining the Ashes, the Aussies are staring down the barrel of the 2023 ODI World Cup, and are looking to make good on a somewhat disappointing 2019 appearance. But for all the action that’s no doubt going to happen on the pitch, where can you catch it all? Find out how to watch the Cricket World Cup with this Canstar Blue guide.
How to watch the Cricket World Cup
The 2023 Cricket World Cup is available to watch via Kayo, Foxtel and Channel 9, with Kayo and Foxtel offering live and on-demand coverage throughout the tournament, while Channel 9 and its suite of channels will showcase the Australian matches and select finals matches.
Watch 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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Watch 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.
Watch 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.
When is the Cricket World Cup?
The 2023 Cricket World Cup kicks off on October 5, 2023, and will run through to November 19, 2023. Set every four years, the tournament will see 10 nations playing 48 matches to see who is the king of the white ball.
Who is playing in the Cricket World Cup?
The Cricket World Cup sees 10 nations take the field, with the following countries qualifying for the 2023 edition:
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- Sri Lanka
Cricket World Cup Fixtures
The Cricket World Cup will see 48 matches be played throughout the entirety of the tournament, with the upcoming fixtures listed below:
- England Vs. New Zealand – 6:30pm (AEST) Thursday, October 5
- Pakistan Vs. Netherlands – 6:30pm (AEST) Friday, October 6
- Bangladesh Vs. Afghanistan – 3:00pm (AEST) Saturday, October 7
- South Africa Vs. Sri Lanka – 6:30pm (AEST) Saturday, October 7
- India Vs. Australia – 6:30pm (AEST) Sunday, October 8
- New Zealand Vs. Netherlands – 6:30pm (AEST) Monday, October 9
- England Vs. Bangladesh – 3:00pm (AEST) Tuesday, October 10
- Pakistan Vs. Sri Lanka – 6:30pm (AEST) Tuesday, October 10
- India Vs. Afghanistan – 6:30pm (AEST) Wednesday, October 11
- Australia Vs. South Africa – 6:30pm (AEST) Thursday, October 12
- New Zealand Vs. Bangladesh – 6:30pm (AEST) Friday, October 13
- India Vs. Pakistan – 6:30pm (AEST) Saturday, October 14
- England Vs. Afghanistan – 6:30pm (AEST) Sunday, October 15
When is the Cricket World Cup Final?
The Final of the 2023 Cricket World Cup will be played on November 19, 2023, with the match to be played at the Narendra Modi Stadium in Ahmedabad.
Where is the Cricket World Cup being played?
The 2023 Cricket World Cup will be played in India, with matches to be played at stadiums around the country, including Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Kolkata and Mumbai.