ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 guide

Get prepped for some late-night excitement with the Cricket World Cup 2023 teeing off in India throughout October and November.

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Nathan Lawrence
Sep 22, 2023
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2023 has been a year of world cups. We’ve already had the FIFA Women’s World Cup for soccer and the FIBA World Cup for basketball. The latter part of 2023 is dovetailed by the Rugby World Cup and, while that’s still going, the International Cricket Council (ICC) Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023. Here’s everything you need to know about watching the One Day International (ODI) Cricket World Cup from Australia.

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Where to stream the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023

If you want to stream every ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 game, you’ll either need a subscription to Kayo Sports or Foxtel Now (with the Sports add-on). For free streaming, check 9Now but bear in mind that’ll be restricted to the Australian matches, semifinals and the grand final. Coverage for matches should start around half an hour before the first ball is bowled.

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pro Fantastic streaming apps
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Additional channel packs cost between $10 and $29 extra each month. The premium All Packs plan costs $104 per month.

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ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 Australia matches and times

You’ll want to prep for some late nights if you’re keen to watch most Australian matches live. Pretty much every ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 matches start at 7:30pm AEDT, with a couple on at 4:00pm AEDT on dual-match days. That means most of Australia’s matches start at 7:30pm and—rain delays, super overs or faster innings notwithstanding—should wrap up at around 3:30am the following day.

Here’s a look at every preliminary match for Australia (alongside the ODI team rankings at the time of writing):

  • Australia (2) vs India (3): Sunday 8 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs South Africa (6): Thursday 12 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs Sri Lanka (8): Monday 16 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs Pakistan (1): Friday 20 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs Netherlands (14): Wednesday 25 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs New Zealand (5): Saturday 28 October at 4:00pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs England (4): Saturday 4 November at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs Afghanistan (9): Tuesday 7 November at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Australia (2) vs Bangladesh (7): Saturday 11 November at 4:00pm AEDT

If you go by team rankings alone, Australia should win every match in the round-robin stage except for the one against Pakistan. But expect all subcontinent teams to perform well in India (especially with turning tracks), plus plenty of fight from old rivals England and New Zealand.

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 warm-up matches

No word on whether (or where) they’ll be televised, but every team has two warm-up matches against another World Cup team. Keep an eye on the ICC website, which may also feature warm-up match streams. Matches won’t count towards official global rankings as teams are able to use everybody in their respective 15-player squads instead of the typical 11-player outfit. Here’s a look at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 warm-up matches:

  • Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka: Friday 29 September at 6:30pm AEDT
  • South Africa vs Afghanistan: Friday 29 September at 6:30pm AEDT
  • New Zealand vs Pakistan: Friday 29 September at 6:30pm AEDT
  • India vs England: Saturday 30 September at 6:30pm AEDT
  • Australia vs Netherlands: Saturday 30 September at 6:30pm AEDT
  • England vs Bangladesh: Monday 2 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • New Zealand vs South Africa: Monday 2 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Afghanistan vs Sri Lanka: Tuesday 3 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • Pakistan vs Australia: Tuesday 3 October at 7:30pm AEDT
  • India vs Netherlands: Tuesday 3 October at 7:30pm AEDT

Every ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 match and times

If you want to see the dates, times and teams for every ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 match, check out the table below.

Team 1
Team 2
Date (Australia)
1EnglandNew ZealandThursday 5 October7:30pm AEDT
2PakistanNetherlandsFriday 6 October7:30pm AEDT
3BangladeshAfghanistanSaturday 7 October4:00pm AEDT
4South AfricaSri LankaSaturday 7 October7:30pm AEDT
5IndiaAustraliaSunday 8 October7:30pm AEDT
6New ZealandNetherlandsMonday 9 October7:30pm AEDT
7EnglandBangladeshTuesday 10 October4:00pm AEDT
8PakistanSri LankaTuesday 10 October7:30pm AEDT
9IndiaAfghanistanWednesday 11 October7:30pm AEDT
10AustraliaSouth AfricaThursday 12 October7:30pm AEDT
11New ZealandBangladeshFriday 13 October7:30pm AEDT
12IndiaPakistanSaturday 14 October7:30pm AEDT
13EnglandAfghanistanSunday 15 October7:30pm AEDT
14AustraliaSri LankaMonday 16 October7:30pm AEDT
15South AfricaNetherlandsTuesday 17 October7:30pm AEDT
16New ZealandAfghanistanWednesday 18 October7:30pm AEDT
17IndiaBangladeshThursday 19 October7:30pm AEDT
18AustraliaPakistanFriday 20 October7:30pm AEDT
19NetherlandsSri LankaSaturday 21 October4:00pm AEDT
20EnglandSouth AfricaSaturday 21 October7:30pm AEDT
21IndiaNew ZealandSunday 22 October7:30pm AEDT
22PakistanAfghanistanMonday 23 October7:30pm AEDT
23South AfricaBangladeshTuesday 24 October7:30pm AEDT
24AustraliaNetherlandsWednesday 25 October7:30pm AEDT
25EnglandSri LankaThursday 26 October7:30pm AEDT
26PakistanSouth AfricaFriday 27 October7:30pm AEDT
27AustraliaNew ZealandSaturday 28 October4:00pm AEDT
28NetherlandsBangladeshSaturday 28 October7:30pm AEDT
29IndiaEnglandSunday 29 October7:30pm AEDT
30AfghanistanSri LankaMonday 30 October7:30pm AEDT
31PakistanBangladeshTuesday 31 October7:30pm AEDT
32New ZealandSouth AfricaWednesday 1 November7:30pm AEDT
33IndiaSri LankaThursday 2 November7:30pm AEDT
34NetherlandsAfghanistanFriday 3 November7:30pm AEDT
35New ZealandPakistanSaturday 4 November4:00pm AEDT
36EnglandAustraliaSaturday 4 November7:30pm AEDT
37IndiaSouth AfricaSunday 5 November7:30pm AEDT
38BangladeshSri LankaMonday 6 November7:30pm AEDT
39AustraliaAfghanistanTuesday 7 November7:30pm AEDT
40EnglandNetherlandsWednesday 8 November7:30pm AEDT
41New ZealandSri LankaThursday 9 November7:30pm AEDT
42South AfricaAfghanistanFriday 10 November7:30pm AEDT
43AustraliaBangladeshSaturday 11 November4:00pm AEDT
44EnglandPakistanSaturday 11 November7:30pm AEDT
45IndiaNetherlandsSunday 12 November7:30pm AEDT
SF11st place4th placeWednesday 15 November7:30pm AEDT
SF22nd place3rd placeThursday 16 November7:30pm AEDT
FinalSemifinal 1 winnerSemifinal 2 winnerSunday 19 November7:30pm AEDT

ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 frequently asked questions

The Cricket World Cup 2023 is being exclusively hosted in India. To watch from Australia, tune in from 7:00pm AEDT for pre-match coverage from 5 October 2023.
The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup is the biggest cricket tournament in the world, taking place every four years in the One Day International format.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) Men’s Cricket World Cup 2023 is a global One Day International cricket tournament that takes place every four years. Competing teams play a round-robin format, with the top four teams competing in the semifinals. The winners of the semifinals face off in the grand final.
Nathan Lawrence
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Nathan Lawrence
Nathan Lawrence has been banging out passionate tech and gaming words for more than 11 years. These days, you can find his work on outlets like IGN, STACK, Fandom, Red Bull and AusGamers. Nathan adores PC gaming and the proof of his first-person-shooter prowess is at the top of a Battlefield V scoreboard.

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