MBN

NEWS

Australia vs England: Where to watch Australia vs. England- Live stream T20 ...

Kevin Costner: Movies | Talking to Kevin Costner about ‘Ho...
Published Time: 08.06.2024 - 18:13:22 Modified Time: 08.06.2024 - 18:13:22

For just the essentials without any extra fluff, Sling TV is the streaming service you're looking for. It's more customizable than other plans, with three options you can choose from, so you pay for only what you need. New members get their first month for $20 off. Australia vs England


When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission.

Australia and England's national cricket teams face off today as part of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup. We've put together everything you need to know where to watch Australia vs. England, including live streaming options that should work for the duration of the tournament. This way, you'll be able to follow your favorite team in one spot as the month goes on.

Whether you're watching from Australia or England (or somewhere else entirely), we've identified some of the best watch options for you. Keep reading to learn how to stream Australia vs. England. Also, it's not too late to grab India vs. Pakistan tickets if you fancy checking out the biggest rivalry in cricket in person.

The Australia vs. England match will be available to live stream via Willow TV in the US on Saturday at 1 p.m. ET. Willow is available through several live TV packages, including Sling TV and Fubo. Sling's Desi Binge plan starts at $15 a month, and you can get just your first month for $10. Fubo is another solid option. Subscriptions cost $79.99 a month, but new users can get a one-week free trial. While it's more expensive than Sling, it comes with many more channels, so it's a good pick if you're looking for a wide-spanning cable alternative beyond just the ICC Men's T20 World Cup.

For just the essentials without any extra fluff, Sling TV is the streaming service you're looking for. It's more customizable than other plans, with three options you can choose from, so you pay for only what you need. New members get their first month for $20 off.

Fubo is the streaming service for sports fans. Its huge library of channels includes regional and international sports leagues, setting it apart from the competition. You can also tack on additional programming to your plan, but it'll cost you extra.

For UK viewers, the Australia vs. England match will stream through Sky Sports. Fans can try out Sky's Now TV service, which offers a few plans, including a single-day pass for just £14.99. If you're not in the UK right now, this is also a solid option to pair with a VPN.

Australian cricket fans can catch the Australia vs. England game through Prime Video, where subscriptions start at $9.99 a month. The service also comes with a 30-day free trial, so new users can try it out for a full month after the game. 

The Australia vs. England game will be available to live stream through Disney+ Hotstar in India, along with the rest of the ICC Men's T20 World Cup. This free option is different than regular Disney+ and requires an Indian phone number to sign up, so from other countries with Disney+ accounts won't be able to use this.

If you'll be traveling away from home during the Australia vs. England game and still want to watch it live, you can keep up with your subscriptions using a VPN (virtual private network). VPNs allow to temporarily change their location so that they can use their usual websites and apps from anywhere. Plus, they're solid ways to increase your online privacy. Today's option will work best for who are simply traveling outside their home country and looking to use their existing subscriptions since the services we've recommended require country-specific forms of payment.

We recommend giving ExpressVPN a go, since it's easy-to-use and comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee. You can find all the details in our official ExpressVPN review.

You can purchase logo and accolade licensing to this story here.Disclosure: Written and researched by the Insider Reviews team. We highlight products and services you might find interesting. If you buy them, we may get a small share of the revenue from the sale from our partners. We may receive products free of charge from manufacturers to test. This does not drive our decision as to whether or not a product is featured or recommended. We operate independently from our advertising team. We welcome your feedback. Email us at reviews@insider.com.

NEWS