Live stream Australia vs England Cricket World Cup semi-final online

Posted: 11 July 2019 1:57 pm News

Australia vs England semi-final Lead

In the biggest match of the Cricket World Cup yet, it's Australia vs England in the 2019 CWC semi-final. Here's how you can live stream Australia vs England for free.

Is there an older rivalry in world cricket than Australia vs England? The two teams will meet in the semi-final of the 2019 Cricket World Cup in a winner-takes-all shot at a final berth against New Zealand. It's going to be some cricket match!

During the group stage Australia vs England match, it was the Aussies who came out on top by a comfortable 64 runs. But it was an unlikely victory. England, playing at home and the number one ranked side in the world, are still the favourites. Injury concerns have hit the Aussie team, with Usman Khawaja and Shaun Marsh both out injured. As such, Peter Handscomb will make his World Cup debut. You can see how well these players have been going in our Cricket World Cup statistics page.

The good news is, you can live stream Australia vs England for free online and not miss a ball of the Cricket World Cup semi-final. Here's how:

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Australia vs England semi-final start time at Cricket World Cup

The Cricket World Cup semi-final between Australia and England begins at 7.30pm AEST (Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra, Hobart) on 11 July 2019. That's 7pm ACST (Adelaide, Darwin) and 5.30pm AWST (Perth) elsewhere around the country. The match should finish before 3am AEST on the morning of 12 July.

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Live stream Australia vs England online for free

Every single match of the Cricket World Cup has been broadcast through Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports. These two services show near-identical sports content, with over 50 sports live and on demand. This includes all of the cricket you could possibly want from across the world, including The Ashes, Big Bash, IPL and more.

The two do vary in what they offer. Foxtel Now is primarily an entertainment live streaming service, with all the Foxtel programming such as HBO, Lifestyle, Kids and Fox in the base package. So, to access sport on this service it costs an additional $29 per month, for a minimum total of $54 per month.

Kayo Sports, on the other hand, is focused solely on sport. As such, it's only $25 per month. In addition, it provides a host of fantastic and unique viewing features just for sports fans. This includes SplitView (four channels at once), picture-in-picture mode, key moments timeline, gameday hub pages, instant replays, interactive stats and more. You can read up on everything it has to offer in our Kayo review.

So, how can you live stream Australia vs England online for free? Both these services offer instantly accessible free trials. Kayo Sports offers a 14-day free trial, whereas Foxtel offers a 10-day free trial . Which, the mathematicians among you would have already established, also means you can stream the Cricket World Cup final for free, too.

Here's hoping the final is Australia vs New Zealand!

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