How to watch a free Australia vs England live stream: 2019 Cricket World Cup
It's Australia's biggest match of the 2019 Cricket World Cup so far! This is how you can find a free live stream of Australia vs England online.
We're still a few months away from The Ashes, but cricket's fiercest rivalry is getting a dress rehearsal on 25 June in the Cricket World Cup group stage. Australia vs England is always cause to pause what you're doing, sit down and cheer on the green and gold. Thankfully, you're flush with options when it comes to finding a free Australia vs England live stream online.
Australia vs England Cricket World Cup preview
What an intriguing match-up Match 32 of the Cricket World Cup has in store for fans. Ahead of the tournament, England would have been clear favourites for the match, ranked number one in the world and playing at home. However, losses to Sri Lanka and Pakistan in the tournament have given the side the wobbles.
Australia, on the other hand, have looked solid without ever really getting out of first gear. When we look at the World Cup stats, we can see that David Warner is the second highest run scorer in the tournament thus far, with Finch and Smith also in the top 10. Mitchell Starc is tied as top wicket taker, too, with Cummins also in the top 10.
No Australia vs England cricket contest unfolds without drama, ensuring the match on 25 June at Lord's is a must-watch event.
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When does the Australia vs England Cricket World Cup match start?
Arguably the most famous cricket ground in the world, Lord's in London will play host to England vs Australia on 25 June at the 2019 Cricket World Cup. Rain is expected through the morning and there's even threat of some thunderstorms around the time play is expected to start, so fingers crossed we don't get a weather delay. However, if all goes well, England vs Australia will begin at 7:30pm AEST.
|Match 32||Venue||Start time AEST||Start time ACST||Start time AWST||Start time NZST||Where to watch|
|Australia vs England||Lord's||7:30pm||7:00pm||5:30pm||9:30pm||Kayo Sports, Foxtel, 9Gem|
How to live stream Australia vs England Cricket World Cup for free
As you'll read below, 9Gem is broadcasting the England vs Australia World Cup cricket match on TV, but it isn't being streamed on the 9Now app. The exclusive rights to live stream every one of the 48 matches at the Cricket World Cup lie with the FOX CRICKET channel. This channel can be steamed through Kayo Sports or Foxtel Now.
Free Australia vs England live stream on Kayo Sports
Kayo Sports is Australia's newest live sports streaming service and it's rather excellent. It takes the 14 best channels from Foxtel's premium Sport Pack and places them, and over 50 sports live and on demand, in its own unique sport-focused service. It's available as an app on iOS and Android, via browsers on PC or Mac, and on your TV through Chromecast (here's a guide), Android TV, Apple TV or Telstra TV.
The Kayo Sports experience is unlike any you would have enjoyed before. It offers a Netflix-style user interface that doesn't present sport in channels, but as individual hubs with live content, highlights, historical matches, chat shows, interviews, pre-match coverage and more all in one spot. On top of that you have a host of unique viewing features, like SplitView (four channels at once), picture-in-picture mode, hide scores, Key Moments timeline and more.
It's the future of watching sport in Australia.
The service itself does cost $25 per month for two simultaneous streams (or $35 for three), but thanks to a 14-day free trial , you can instantly sign up now and watch England vs Australia for free. Plus, looking at the schedule, you'd also get to see Australia vs New Zealand, Australia vs South Africa, England vs India and England vs New Zealand in that free trial period.
Free Australia vs England live stream on Foxtel Now
Using a similar method to the above process with Kayo Sports, you can also use the 10-day Foxtel Now free trial to access England vs Australia on FOX CRICKET without cost. Where Foxtel Now differs is that it doesn't offer the same sport-specific viewing features or the modern user interface of Kayo, plus if you continue with the service it jumps to $54 per month.
The benefit of Foxtel Now is that as part of the trial and the ongoing cost you do get access to non-sports channels. This includes FOX8, Lifestyle and Showcase (which has all the HBO content like Game of Thrones, Westworld and True Detective). Foxtel Now is available on Xbox and some smart TVs in addition to the other devices.
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How to watch Australia vs England Cricket World Cup match on TV
There are three ways you can watch the England vs Australia cricket match on your TV:
The first and most obvious is 9Gem. It will show the entire match, starting at 7:30pm on 25 June and ending at 3:30am on 26 June. 9Gem is a digital channel accessed via a terrestrial TV antenna and while free, you will need to suffer through ads.
If you have a Foxtel IQ subscription and the set-top box installed, you can add on the premium Sport Pack and watch the entire England vs Australia match live on Fox Sports 501, also known as the FOX CRICKET channel. You'll likely also want to add the HD pack if you haven't already got that included. This will bring the total cost of you subscription for the month to a minimum of $68. However, you'll also be able to watch the rest of the Cricket World Cup.
The third option is to sign up to the Kayo Sports 14-day free trial or the Foxtel Now 10-day free trial, both of which grant instant access. You can then use Chromecast to cast the live stream to your TV if you have the right equipment.
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