How to watch the Women’s ODI World Cup live and free in Australia

Posted: 4 March 2022 12:10 pm
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Australia will be hunting their seventh Women's World Cup crown when the tournament gets underway in New Zealand this week.

SUMMARY: The Women's ODI World Cup is on Fox Sports. If you are already a Foxtel customer, you are all set. If not, your best option is to watch live on Kayo Sports. You can watch for free using this 14-day trial.

Despite Australia's dominance of women's cricket, they haven't lifted the 50-over World Cup crown since 2013 and will be keen to change that when the tournament gets underway this week.

With COVID interruptions already a factor for a number of teams, it is going to be fascinating to see who holds it together well enough to win the pinnacle event in women's cricket.

Here is how you can catch all the action.

When is the Women's ODI World Cup?

Australia's first match is against England and it gets underway at 12pm AEDT on Saturday 5 March at Hamilton in New Zealand.

Tournament schedule

DateTime (AEDT)MatchVenue
Friday, March 412:00 PMNew Zealand vs West IndiesMount Maunganui
Saturday, March 509:00 AMBangladesh vs South AfricaDunedin
Saturday, March 512:00 PMAustralia vs EnglandHamilton
Sunday, March 612:00 PMPakistan vs IndiaTauranga
Monday, March 709:00 AMNew Zealand vs BangladeshDunedin
Tuesday, March 812:00 PMAustralia vs PakistanMount Maunganui
Wednesday, March 909:00 AMWest Indies vs EnglandDunedin
Thursday, March 1012:00 PMIndia vs New ZealandHamilton
Friday, March 1112:00 PMPakistan vs South AfricaMount Maunganui
Saturday, March 1212:00 PMIndia vs West IndiesHamilton
Sunday, March 1309:00 AMNew Zealand vs AustraliaWellington
Monday, March 1412:00 PMSouth Africa vs EnglandMount Maunganui
Monday, March 1409:00 AMPakistan vs BangladeshHamilton
Tuesday, March 1509:00 AMAustralia vs West IndiesMount Maunganui
Wednesday, March 1612:00 PMIndia vs EnglandWellington
Thursday, March 1712:00 PMNew Zealand vs South AfricaHamilton;
Friday, March 1809:00 AMBangladesh vs West IndiesMount Maunganui
Saturday, March 1912:00 PMIndia vs AustraliaAuckland
Sunday, March 2009:00 AMNew Zealand vs EnglandAuckland
Monday, March 2112:00 PMWest Indies vs PakistanHamilton
Tuesday, March 2212:00 PMIndia vs BangladeshHamilton
Thursday, March 2409:00 AMSouth Africa vs West IndiesWellington
Thursday, March 2412:00 PMEngland vs PakistanWellington
Friday, March 2509:00 AMBangladesh vs AustraliaChristchurch
Saturday, March 2609:00 AMNew Zealand vs PakistanWellington
Sunday, March 2709:00 AMEngland vs BangladeshChristchurch
Sunday, March 2712:00 PMIndia vs South AfricaWellington
Wednesday, March 3009:00 AMSemi-Final 1Christchurch
Thursday, March 3112:00 PMSemi-Final 2Wellington
Sunday, April 311:00 AM (AEST)FinalChristchurch

How to watch the Women's ODI World Cup?

The rights to stream the World Cup rest with Fox Cricket. Foxtel iQ, Foxtel Now and Kayo Sports have the rights to the tournament courtesy of Fox Cricket.

Live stream every Women's ODI World Cup match on Kayo: Start your 14-day FREE trial now

Stream the Women's ODI World Cup on Kayo Sports

You can also catch every match of the World Cup and a heap of unique special features live on Kayo Sports. New customers can use this 14-day free trial and test it all out.

Kayo is compatible with iOS, Android, Apple TV, PS4, PS5, Telstra TV, Samsung TV (2017 or later), LG TV and Android TV in browsers as well as Chromecast.

Subscriptions to Kayo start from $25 per month and let you watch on 2 devices at once. If you're after a third simultaneous stream then you can upgrade to the Premium subscription which is $35 per month.

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 plus 15,000+ hours of on-demand archives.

Watch Women's ODI World Cup on Foxtel iQ

You can also catch the cricket on Foxtel iQ or stream it on Foxtel Now. For Foxtel iQ, you need to combine the Sports HD pack ($25 per month) with the Foxtel Plus package ($49 per month). This blows the total monthly bill out to $74 per month.

Foxtel iQ is the only broadcaster in Australia that currently offers users access to 4K sports content, which is a bonus. You may also find that you're up for some potential installation costs, although Foxtel iQ deals are also regularly available.

Foxtel Now is another alternative for streaming sport via the Internet. To set it up, you must have the Essentials pack for $25 per month and the Sport pack for an additional $29 per month. So for $54 per month, you can watch this match-up with Foxtel Now. Or you could take up a current special that gives you all of Foxtel Now for $25 per month.

You can stream Foxtel Now from the Foxtel Now box, PCs, Macs, iOS and Android devices, Chromecast, Apple TV, PS4 and Telstra TV. Your subscription also allows you to stream via the Foxtel GO app and there's a 10-day free trial for new customers.

History of the Women's ODI World Cup

The Women's 50-over World Cup has been held 11 times since its inception in 1973. Just 3 nations have won the tournament, with Australia the most successful with 6 titles.

England have won 4 and are also the current champions having lifted the trophy in 2017. New Zealand are the only other nation to win the tournament with success back in 2000.

Who will win the Women's ODI World Cup?

Women's ODI cricket history

Australia have been the dominant force in women's cricket over the last 5 years, but this is 1 trophy they don't currently hold. With star power right through their ranks they will certainly be the team to beat.

Led by Meg Lanning, Alyssa Healy, Elyse Perry, Ash Gardner, Beth Mooney and a host of others, the team that wins this tournament will have to go through Australia to do it.

India have been one of the game's emerging forces in recent years so they are one to watch, while New Zealand's blistering lead-up form puts them right in the mix as the host nation.

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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