How to watch Australia vs New Zealand T20 World Cup live online in Australia

Posted: 14 November 2021 1:52 pm
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Can New Zealand win their first silverware or will Australia bury the T20 demons of the past? Don't miss this World Cup final.

SUMMARY: Australia vs New Zealand is on Fox Cricket. Unless you're already a Foxtel customer, your best option is to watch live on Kayo Sports. You can watch for free using this 14-day free trial

Both Australia and New Zealand have reached the final after stunning run chases in their most recent matches. New Zealand, chasing 167 against England in the semi-final found themselves 4/110 off 16 overs needing 57 off 24 balls.

Daryl Mitchell and James Neesham saw them get home with 6 balls to spare with some remarkable hitting.

Australia were 5/96 off 12.2 overs chasing 177 to win against Pakistan in their semi-final. Matthew Wade and Marcus Stoinis put on 81 runs off just 40 balls to guide Australia to victory, also with 6 balls to spare. It sets up an enthralling decider.

When is Australia vs New Zealand?

The T20 World Cup final is scheduled to begin at 1am AEDT on Monday 15 November at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.

How to watch Australia vs New Zealand

In Australia the T20 World Cup is being televised by Fox Cricket. That means Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports are all options for catching this match-up. We have a complete viewing guide to the T20 World Cup.

With the length of its free trial, its special features and its price, we think Kayo Sports is the way to go.

Stream Kayo Sports for 14 days FREE and no lock-in contract

Take Kayo Sports' Basic or Premium plan for a spin and stream over 50 sports live completely free for 14 days.

10-day free trial of Foxtel Now

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Watch Australia vs New Zealand on Kayo Sports

There have been a total of 45 matches in this year's event and you could catch them all, live and on demand, on Kayo Sports. If you are yet to try it, Kayo has a 14-day free trial.

Once you have completed the trial, subscriptions for Kayo are $25 per month for the Basic option, where you can watch games on 2 screens or devices. The Premium option is $10 more per month and gives you 3 screens.

On top of the men's T20 World Cup, Kayo has every Australian Test match, all of the WBBL live and a host of ODI and T20I competitions. And it's not just cricket, Kayo also has access to more than 50 sports.

Kayo has a number of special features, such as Kayo Minis, which will be available throughout the tournament. Shortly after matches have completed, you can watch a short version. Other features include SplitView, Interactive Stats and a Key Moments Timeline. We have a full review of Kayo Sports for you.

Kayo is compatible with Android, iOS, Apple TV, Telstra TV, Android TV and Samsung TV (2017 or later), Sony Bravia TVs, Mac and PC as well as Chromecast or AirPlay.

Who will win Australia vs New Zealand?

New Zealand lost their opening match of the T20 World Cup to Pakistan but have won every game since, including victories against tournament favourites India and England.

Australia have also only lost the 1 match, which was in the group stages when they were flogged by England.

Across 50-over and 20-over World Cups, Australia and New Zealand have met 12 times with Australia holding an 8-4 advantage. Only 1 of those meetings has been in the T20 format though, with New Zealand winning that clash in 2016.

The batting power of Daryl Mitchell, Martin Guptill, Kane Williamson and James Neesham facing off against the strength of David Warner, Aaron Finch, Glenn Maxwell, Marcus Stoinis and Matthew Wade means this should be an electric contest.

Adam Zampa could hold the key, with 13 wickets and an economy rate of just 5.49 he has been consistent and damaging right throughout the tournament.

Both sides have the firepower, the class and the experience to handle the occasion. For New Zealand it is a chance for the first piece of silverware after years of toil that has included 10 semi-finals and now 3 finals.

We think it might be their day.

Keen to know about more sports streaming? Check out our full guide here. If you're not sure who to stream with, we've got a Foxtel vs Kayo comparison so you can decide which one suits you best.

Image source: Kayo Sports website

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