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Where to watch T20 World Cup cricket live streams from anywhere online

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Liam Livingstone of England celebrates the wicket of Glenn Phillips of New Zealand during the ICC Men's T20 World Cup semi-final matchLiam Livingstone of England celebrates the wicket of Glenn Phillips of New Zealand during the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup semi-final match

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The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup is underway, bringing a month of the world’s best cricket to the United States and West Indies co-hosts. There are a few easy ways to live stream the matches, which we’ve laid out below. Keep reading to learn how to watch the T20 World Cup from anywhere.

The tournament began on June 1 with a match between the US and Canada. From there, one to three matches are held daily in the initial group stage, which runs until June 17. The Super Eight starts on June 19, the Semi-finals on June 26, and the Final takes place on June 29. England is the returning champion following 2022’s defeat of Pakistan.

India’s cricket team has generated lots of interest, with all eyes on the much-anticipated India vs. Pakistan game on June 9, which saw India win by six runs. India has two remaining group stage match-ups: India vs. USA on June 12 and India vs. Canada on June 15.

Whether you’re a longtime cricket fan or looking to explore the sport for the first time, we’ve got you covered. Below, we’ve highlighted some of the best ways to tune in to every match.

Where to watch T20 World Cup: quick links

Where to watch T20 World Cup in the US

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will be available to stream through Willow TV in the US. Sling TV and Fubo both carry Willow through their respective plans. Sling’s Desi Binge plan carries Willow and starts at just $15 a month, with the first month currently going for just $10. At $79.99 a month, Fubo is the more expensive option here, but it comes with a lot more channel variety and a one-week free trial, so this might be the way to go if you’re looking for a comprehensive cable alternative.

Where to watch T20 World Cup in the UK

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will stream through Sky Sports in the UK. Prices vary depending on your plan. This is also where you can catch several other ongoing sporting events, including the spring and summer’s major golf tournaments.

If you don’t want to sign up for a full-size TV deal like that, though, you can try Sky’s Now TV service, which mainly operates on one-month rolling contracts and is streaming only (no hardware installations required). Prices start at just £14.99. This is a decent option to pair with a VPN if you’re not in the UK right now.

Where to watch T20 World Cup in Australia

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will stream through Prime Video in Australia. Subscriptions start at $9.99 a month and come with a 30-day free trial.

It doesn’t appear that, even with a VPN, UK/US Prime subscriptions can cash in on this. You can log in with your account, but Australian Prime appears to be a separate membership – unlike when we’ve bounced around between UK and US Prime Video collections in the past via a VPN. So if you do want to access Prime Video in Australia with a VPN, it looks like you’ll have to pay for it on its own.

Where to watch India vs. Pakistan in India

The ICC Men’s T20 World Cup will stream for free through Disney+ Hotstar in India. This differs from regular Disney+ and requires an Indian phone number to sign up, so people from other countries with Disney+ accounts won’t be able to use this.

How to watch T20 World Cup from anywhere

If you’ll be traveling away from home during any part of the competition, you can keep up with your subscriptions using a VPN. Short for virtual private networks, VPNs allow you to change the virtual location on your electronic devices. In addition to boosting your online privacy, this enables you to keep up with your usual websites and apps from anywhere. This option will work best for people who are simply traveling abroad and hoping to access their existing subscriptions since the services we’ve outlined today require country-specific forms of payment.

If this sounds like something that might be a good fit for you, we recommend trying out ExpressVPN. It’s a straightforward VPN with a 30-day money-back guarantee. Our official ExpressVPN review has all of the details.

Note: The use of VPNs is illegal in certain countries, and using VPNs to access region-locked streaming content might constitute a breach of the terms of use for certain services. Insider does not endorse or condone the illegal use of VPNs.

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